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BSOD after Win7 SP1 update?
#1
I have successfully installed WintoUSB / Win 7 Ultimate on a WD Passport 1TB USB drive running off of a Dell Laptop (Latitude e6120 ?).  The laptop only has USB 2, no USB 3.0.  After many updates (no problems) and then the SP1 big update I get BSOD "Stop: 0x00000050" after the Win7 splash screen. There is no further info as to which file or driver is causing this. So then I found the Win 7 ISO with SP1 on it already.  This seemed to work as well, then after a couple of updates...BSOD!  It will boot in Safe Mode. There is no minidump file generated. I need to check if minidump is enabled. I have uninstalled the last 4 Windows updates, but one of them, KB2515325, keeps re-installing itself on reboot even though I have selected "No automatic install..."  This is suspicious.

I've seen lots of threads about BSOD from trying to boot WintoUSB/Win7 from USB 3.0 but nothing like I have described.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Todd K.
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(12-17-2015, 01:34 AM)toddk63 Wrote: I have successfully installed WintoUSB / Win 7 Ultimate on a WD Passport 1TB USB drive running off of a Dell Laptop (Latitude e6120 ?).  The laptop only has USB 2, no USB 3.0.  After many updates (no problems) and then the SP1 big update I get BSOD "Stop: 0x00000050" after the Win7 splash screen. There is no further info as to which file or driver is causing this. So then I found the Win 7 ISO with SP1 on it already.  This seemed to work as well, then after a couple of updates...BSOD!  It will boot in Safe Mode. There is no minidump file generated. I need to check if minidump is enabled. I have uninstalled the last 4 Windows updates, but one of them, KB2515325, keeps re-installing itself on reboot even though I have selected "No automatic install..."  This is suspicious.

I've seen lots of threads about BSOD from trying to boot WintoUSB/Win7 from USB 3.0 but nothing like I have described.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Todd K.

Does windows work correctly after uninstalling updates?
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#3
No.  Same BSOD after uninstalling 3 of the 4 updates.

Some more info I just remembered... I have been setting this up to work on two different laptops (Dell E6420 and Dell E6540).  I have read some where that Win7 WintoUSB doesn't do this very well as a proper Win8 WintoGo is supposed to.  I already gave up on getting it to also work on a Asus/AMD FX6300 homebuilt desktop. I am going to try it again on the primary laptop I want it to work on.  Marry it to that one and keep it on that one.  Is that all I can really expect from WintoUSB w/ Win7?
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#4
You're right, from user feedback, Windows 7 To Go compatibility is not very good, but we can't reproduce the problem in our test environment.
The "Windows To Go conversion" feature may be able to solve this problem, please try it: http://www.easyuefi.com/wintousb/faq/en_US/How-to-convert-Local-Disk-To-Windows-To-Go.html
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#5
Some days ago I faced ‘Inaccessible Boot Device’ error in my laptop. Then I was troubleshooting, following the bellow website then the error fixed that time.

http://www.toppctech.com/inaccessible-boot-device-error-fixed/

But today I face this ‘System Thread Exception Not Handled’ error. This is also a similar error, but I can’t fix it. So please someone help me. Now I am using my desktop but my important file has in my laptop. Please, it is urgent.  
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#6
rita2clark Wrote:So please someone help me. Now I am using my desktop but my important file has in my laptop. Please, it is urgent.  

You can access your files with a boot CD.

I use this one (no USB boot support):  http://www.ubcd4win.org

Here is another:  http://www.ultimatebootcd.com

Todd K.
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#7
(12-21-2015, 11:33 PM) pid=\913' Wrote:any new fix
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#8
SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED - deskdecode
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