Bios error 0x0000007B

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Hello,
I tried to downgrade my o/s from VISTA to XP on my notebook Pavilion DV4 1135ei, but when i'm trying to do the same i'm getting the below error, I had checked with HP total care they are not giving me a proper solution,
Also in BIOS option SATA native is not appearing. Can any one help me in this regards
"A PROBLEM HAS BEEN DETECTED AND WINDOWS HAS BEEN SUT DOWN TO PREVENT
DAMAGE TO YOUR COMPUTER
IF THIS IS THE FIRST TIME YOU'VE SEEN THIS ERROR SCREEN RESTART YOUR
COMPUTER. IF THIS SCREEN APPEARS AGAIN FOLLOW THESE STEPS:
CHECK FOR VIRUSES ON YOUR COMPUTER. REMOVE ANY NEWLY INSTALLED HARD
DRIVES OR HARD DRIVE CONTROLLERS. CHECK YOUR HARD DRIVE TO MAKES SURE IT
IS PROPERLY CONFIGURED AND TERMINATED.
RUN CHKDISK /F TO CHECK FOR HARDDRIVE CORRUPTION, AND THEN RESTART YOUR
COMPUTER.
***STOP: 0x0000007B (0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0X00000000) "
Please help me..

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Dear Manu,

Did you run chkdisk ? And ?

What method have you used to downgrade ?

Here are the two possible ways including with SATA is not recognized.

https://ccm.net/faq/s/operating-systems-4/downgrade%20vista%20to%20xp

Good luck
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Hi Ambucias and Manu,

Let me throw my two cents if you permit.

If the BIOS have not a option to change the SATA function to IDE, your only option is to modify the Windows XP install CD with updated SATA drivers that work with your motherboard.

You can find these kind of Windows Installation CD which include all your SATA drivers for your disk in a computer shop.

Regards!
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Hi! Change Mode of Sata to IDE in Bios. I think that should solve your problem.