Windows Bluescreen: 0x0000007B INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE

Sven Bachmann
After my yesterdays blog entry Edit Windows Registry from Linux I could see the error windows showed me in a bluescreen: 0x0000007B INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE. This was after I changed the motherboard and the CPU. My first thought was ‘Oh no, I’ll have to reinstall it’ - but it went all good. .notice{padding:18px;line-height:24px;margin-bottom:24px;border-radius:4px;color:#444;background:#e7f2fa}.notice p:last-child{margin-bottom:0}.notice-title{margin:-18px -18px 12px;padding:4px 18px;border-radius:4px 4px 0 0;font-weight:700;color:#fff;background:#6ab0de}.notice.warning .notice-title{background:rgba(217,83,79,.9)}.notice.warning{background:#fae2e2} .notice-title{background:#f0b37e}{background:#fff2db}.notice.note .notice-title{background:#6ab0de}.notice.note{background:#e7f2fA}.notice.tip .notice-title{background:rgba(92,184,92,.8)}.notice.tip{background:#e6f9e6}.icon-notice{display:inline-flex;align-self:center;margin-right:8px}.icon-notice img,.icon-notice svg{height:1em;width:1em;fill:currentColor}.icon-notice img,.icon-notice.baseline svg{top:0.125em;position:relative} Anmerkung If you do the things described here you are at your own risk - it could damage your system permanently.

Edit Windows Registry from Linux

Sven Bachmann
Its a pity when Windows just does one thing: reboot. You have the chance to see the bluescreen for just some milliseconds but not more - but how disabling the autoreboot when Windows doesn’t let you edit the settings? There is help with Linux and the tool chntpw… Mount the Windows device in Linux and do the following commands (this is for disabling auto-reboot, you can also edit all other registry values!