The 'normal' cause of BSOD 7B is HDD drivers
at boot time, that is for a HDD boot, not
a USB boot. So is it the USB drivers that are causing the problem? PE boots fine from an
IDE CDROM, so I think it is either:
1) USB driver problem at boot.
2) The Flash drive is locked to the 1st set of hardware it is booted to.
I would love to solve this, as it has happened every time I have tried to create
an XP/PE bootable flash drive, no matter how
it is ceated.
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