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I have taken an image of a 2003 dc and restored it to a server with different hardware. The os boots but after the windows 2003 splash screen I get stop error 0X0000007B (0XF789EA94, 0XC0000034, 0X00000000, OX00000000)
I do get prompted for inf files for stoage controller when I was restoring but I thought I should still be able to restore without this?
When I go to the dell website for  destination server (poweredge t110)  I don't have sub category for storage controllers I have option for sas drives, sas non raid controller, sas raid controller, sata drives, scsi non raid controllers. I'm not sure which ones I need! if any?
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If you are doing a P2P conversion, you'll will need to supply the correct storage driver for the server you are migrating to.

Check the original machine, and find out what storage driver is required?

It could use any of the following storage controllers

PERC H200 (6Gb/s)
SAS 6/iR
PERC S100 (software based)
PERC S300 (software based)
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by:Luciano Patrão
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Hi

Besides hanccocka answer, are you restoring a DC into a new domain or test domain?

Is this the only DC in that domain?

Because restoring DC images into a domain will bring many issues into that AD.

Jail
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yes I am restoring a dc, this is complete test environment so I'm not concerned about making changes as I can just reload if there is a problem
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by:Sid_F
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How would I know what drivers are required as under each of those headings I have a further 26 drivers!
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by:colditzz
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When you boot the server, you should be able to access the RAID card, this will tell you the version of the card you have installed.
Alternatively, if you have access to the original order for the server, it should state on there what hardware configuration was ordered.  If not, you should be able to use the service tag on the server to contact Dell and they can tell you the exact configuration.  In addition, be aware that not all of the downloads listed are drivers, generally there are some firmware updates listed too...
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I should have the solution to this today
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Issue closed. Unfortunately I did not get to look at this again for the complete solution. Storage craft will look at the issue as they sent a technician to our site to look at the problem.
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