Have you been having errors on starting the Microsoft Windows XP-based backup computer after moving the system disk to another computer? This error occurs because of the drivers and registry entries that are not installed in Windows XP. Errors such as “STOP: 0x0000007B (0xC0000034, 0xF741B84C, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE” may occur upon moving the Microsoft Windows XP system disk to another computer.

The Problem

This is a common problem on Windows XP users who wishes to transfer their disk, but you need not to worry because a solution is available for this error, you can use the same hardware for the other computer by:

1. Reconfigure the components in the computer; make it verbatim to the components of the other computer as of the manufacturer. In the new computer, use a make and model of the same motherboard from the old computer.
2. If Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) disk is utilized for the system disk in your old computer, utilize the same make and model of Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) controller in the new computer.

For disks that use Small Computer System Interface-based or SCSI-based system, make sure that all the drivers that you wish to use are in the right place. In order to make sure that all drivers are in the right place, install the Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) controller; use the one that was used by the old computer before starting the transfer of the contents of the system disks. The critical registry entries and appropriate drivers will be set up and copied by the Windows XP PnP.

Only remove the alternate installer after you locate the Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) controller in the Device Manager on your new computer. To locate the Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) controller in the device manager, follow the following steps:

1. Click the Start Button, and then go to My Computer
2. Right Click on My Computer and Click Properties
3. Locate and Click on Device Manager
4. Locate and Select Disk Drivers
5. Locate the SCSI controller in the Disk Drivers

3. If IDE disk is utilized for the system disk, employ the identical motherboard to the new computer. Use a motherboard in the new computer that has the same PnP-ID and IDE chip set as the motherboard that the old computer is using.

This error occurs on instances of transferring disks but the data on the new computer does not meet the old computer. This error is all about incompatibilities in the configuration of the system and data of the computers which is very critical for the disk transfer to be successful.

The Solution

This error can be solved by simply reconfiguring the new computer to suit the preference of the disk you wish to transfer. You will have to mimic the computers data entries, system drivers, etc. from the old computer to have the disk running on the new computer. Just follow the steps and recheck both computers compatibilities and you will have the disk transfer successful and running in no time.