First crcdisk,now disk.sys causes 0x07B error, cannot boot

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Installation' started by Silentblade®, May 3, 2007.

  1. Hello everyone,
    I had Windows Vista Ultimate installed, it worked fine for me for 1
    month, I used it and it was good O/S but I have a crappy SiS661FX IGP so
    I got a Nvidia GeForce 256 from a friend, I installed it in the
    motherboard but it didnt work well(it was installing drivers and the
    screen froze and the fan stopped spinning) so I shut down the pc with
    the power cord and pulled the GPU out and my system got stuck at
    crcdisk.sys, so i decided to install from dvd (reinstall) but the mouse
    and keyboard driver didnt load so i installed XP and i used isobuster to
    get all files and corrupted files from DVD to HD and i installed it from
    HD(i also did it when it was the first time I installed Vista) but now
    it keeps stuck at disk.sys and now i have XP again...Help me please....
    I have my system specs included if you need it to solve the problem.

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    Silentblade®, May 3, 2007
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  2. Silentblade®

    Kerry Brown Guest

    It sounds like when installing then removing the video card something went
    wrong with the hardware. Make sure the RAM and any cards are secure in the
    sockets. Make sure all cables (e.g. hard drive cables) are secure in the
    sockets. It is very common to knock something loose when working inside a
    Kerry Brown, May 3, 2007
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  3. Thanks for your reply,
    I have checked the computer and everything is secure in the socket
    but whats strange is that XP still works now but vista keeps stuck at
    and its not faulty HD i did the diagnostic for my HD and all test were
    Silentblade®, May 3, 2007
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