Fix hard disk controller

When inside a computer, ensure you are familiar with ESD and take the necessary steps to help prevent it.

Hard drive not connected properly

Verify that the cables are connected correctly to the back of the hard drive. All hard drives have at least two cables connected to the back of the drive. Verify that the power cable and well as the data cable are connected.

The interface cable must also connect in the correct direction. For users who have IDE/EIDE hard drives, pin one (red or blue edge of the cable) points towards the power connection.

Next, verify that the interface cable connects to the interface card or motherboard.

If the cables are connected, consider disconnecting and then reconnecting the cables to ensure they are firmly connected.

Hard drive not set up properly

If a new IDE or EIDE device was connected to the computer, ensure that the jumpers are set properly.

Verify that the computer hard drive is detected and set up in CMOS setup. If your CMOS supports "Auto," we recommend it be used. Note: if the hard drive is not detected by the CMOS, you have one of the problems below.

A bad hard drive cable

If the recommendations above are attempted, and you are still encountering the same issue, the cable connecting the hard drive may be bad. Replace this cable with a known good cable.

Bad hard drive

If you continue to experience the same issues, the hard drive may be bad. We recommend the drive be replaced. If the computer or hard drive is still under warranty, we recommend you contact the computer manufacturer or hard drive manufacturer for additional recommendations or replacement.

Bad interface board or motherboard

Finally, if none of the recommendations above resolve your issue, the interface board the hard drive connects to or the motherboard is likely bad. We recommend these components be replaced or that the computer be serviced.

If the computer or the motherboard is still under warranty, it can likely be repaired or replaced. We strongly recommended that you contact the hardware manufacturer for additional information.

Извините, но вы ищете что-то, чего здесь нет.

В этом вашем интернете масса ссылок на то, как избавиться от BSOD с кодом ошибки 0x0000007B, который появляется, когда вы поменяли материнскую плату под рабочей Windows 7.

Причина ошибки — несоответствие моделей контроллеров IDE/AHCI на старой и новой материнской плате и, как следствие, отсутствие в вашей Windows 7 нужных драйверов.

Ссылок, повторяю, масса, рецептов почти столько же, сколько ссылок. И почти ноль пользы от них, хотя идеи высказываются верные и даже какие-то шаги описаны.

Единственное, что гарантированно может помочь оживить Windows — это командный файл fix_hdc.cmd из комплекта Hiren Boot CD версии что-нибудь после 11. В старых версиях этого файла нет.

Командный файл запускается через HBDC Menu — Programs — Registry — Fix hard disk controller.

I already tried several versions of Hiren’s Boot from 10-15 series. There is nothing like fix hdc in Mini XP. There should be a small icon next to the clock to reach it, but there is no icon. (My mainboard was changed, Win7 cannot start, therefore I need fix hdc). Can it be because I use SATA?

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This is what I could come up with, once you have HBCD loaded up do to the following:

1. Select the second option down, “Mini Windows XP” from the menu and load Mini XP.

2. Click on the Hiren menu icon in the system tray and go to Registry -> “Fix hard disk controller (fix_hdc.cmd)”

The site I pulled this information gives a few different ways to accomplish the task that Fix HDC is made to perform, however, if you really want to use Fix HDC and you still cannot find it the site mentions that another Live CD, UBCD4Win, has Fix HDC pre-loaded on it as well.

(Look for the section labeled "Using Hiren’s Boot CD")

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I already tried several versions of Hiren’s Boot from 10-15 series. There is nothing like fix hdc in Mini XP. There should be a small icon next to the clock to reach it, but there is no icon. (My mainboard was changed, Win7 cannot start, therefore I need fix hdc). Can it be because I use SATA?

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