Stop 0x0000007b Error With New Hardware

The Problem You move a hard drive from one computer to another but receive a blue screen with a stop 0x0000007b error on boot up. At this point usually your best option is to re-install the OS. Most people however, would prefer not to. This article will show you the various methods I tried including the ones that failed. If you wish to jump straight to the solution read Method 6 but note it requires a Hyper-V server. For the rest of you that STILL think there are other alternatives there aren’t! Still not convinced? Then read on and you will see why…