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STOP Error 0x0000007B on imaged hard drive

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I have 2 new HP desktop machines with the identical hardware specifications (listed below).  The machine I generated the image from has Windows 7 Enterprise 32 bit OS.  The second machine had Windows 7 Enterprise 64 bit OS and I need the configs on each machine to match.  I used the image acquired from the 1st machine running Win7 32 bit to re-image the 2nd machine that had Win7 64 bit.  I imaged both System Reserved and main NTFS partitions.  

HP Compaq Elite 8300 CMT
Windows 7 Enterprise, 32 Bit
Intel Core i5-3470
4GB RAM
Intel HD Graphics
Intel Integrated 82579 GigE adapter
250GB SATA Hard Drive

Imaging software:  Macrium Reflect 32 Bit Windows PE (free edition)
SW version 5.1, Build No. 5299

When I restore the image to the 2nd computer, it completes successfully.  After reboot, it  generates the following Blue Screen:

STOP:  0x0000007B (0x80786A50, 0xC0000034, 0x0000000, 0x0000000)

Please advise with any recommended steps to resolve this.

Thanks,

Dan
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Well, technically this violates MSFT licensing, so we experts are obliged NOT to help.
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I have a valid license key that I will apply to the machine once is it back on-line.
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BIOS was set to AHCI, so I set it to IDE and it produced the same blue screen STOP error.  I also switched it back from IDE to AHCI after re-boot and got the same result.
Hmm, well, if you know you have a good backup of the first drive, you can try taking the drive out of the first PC and then try sticking it into the one that isn't booting.  If it boots, then it's likely that the backup software isn't backing it up correctly.  If it doesn't boot, then that would point to it being a driver issue or possibly some type of hardware issue on the 2nd PC.
If it is the same hardware and SAME BIOS settings, then it will work .. unless you made a bad copy.   I suggest re-imaging after verifying all of the BIOS settings
You should also check all the firmware on peripheral cards and motherboard.
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As it turns out, the BIOS in the working computer was set to RAID, the other AHCI.  I set the BIOS in the non-working computer to RAID and the imaged drive came right up.