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I want to create a Windows XP universal image to image our computers using FOG server. The FOG server part is running fine, however when creating a Windows XP universal image, it keeps crashing (BSOD) with the 0x000007b error.

I believe this has todo with the Mass Storage drivers, I followed many tutorials, but each of them crashes with the 0x000007b error. FYI, I followed this tutorial (but couldn't download the files, the host is down).

I was wondering if any of you had experience with this and knows how to solve my problem?

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I solved it by setting the hard drives into IDE (legacy mode) through the BIOS.

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