Problems with fresh install of W7:Ult

OK so I'm trying to go a fresh install on my workstation (info below). I was able to boot to the DVD and the installation seemed to go fine (on the sata drive, for some reason the computer doesn't detect the scsi drive). But when windows tries to boot for the first time the computer restarts after the "setup is preparing your computer for the first time" screen. Then upon reboot the computer displays the "hey the computer obviously didnt shut down properly don't you wanna try safe mode ect." Tried safe mode and failed...(seemed to hang up at the agp440 driver) also tried last known good config and no success. The hard drive is fine, I have xp running on another partition, and data stored on a 3rd. Any ideas???

HP Workstation xw6000

  • 2 Intel Xeon processors at 2.4, GHz with 512 KB L2 cache
Front Side Bus 533 MHz

Chipset Intel E7505

Memory Up to 8 GB of Registered ECC PC2100 DDR-266 memory (4 DIMMs in 2 pairs, dual-channel architecture)

Drive controllers
  • Integrated dual-channel Ultra320 SCSI controller and integrated Ultra ATA/100
  • Optional Ultra160 or dual-channel Ultra320 SCSI controllers
  • Optional Ultra320 single-channel RAID controller
  • Optional SATA RAID PCI controller
Hard drive(s)
  • 36GB (10K rpm) Ultra320 SCSI drive
  • 80 GB (7200 rpm)
Removable media DVD+RW
Expansion slots 5 slots:

  • 1 AGP 8X Pro 50
  • 4 full-length 32-bit 33 MHz PCI
  • NVIDIA Quadro4 380 XGL
  • AC’97/16-bit stereo full-duplex; OR
I/O ports and connectors
  • 4 USB 2.0 ports (2 rear, 2 front)
  • one 25-pin parallel port (rear)
  • two 9-pin DIN serial (rear)
  • 3 optional IEEE 1394 (1 front, 2 rear)
  • 1 RJ-45 port (rear)
  • 1 Ultra320 SCSI 168-pin connector (rear)
  • Integrated Broadcom Gigabit LAN 10/100/1000
Power 460 watts output

Also I've been getting this BSOD message.


device driver stuck in infinite loop


Essential Member
Unplug those drives an leave in the one you want to install Windows 7 on,

already tried installing it with just the sata drive success


Essential Member
What;s the error message?

Id this a purchased disk with both OS's on it?


This device driver got stuck in an infinite loop, this usually indicates a problem with the driver itself or with the device driver programing hardware incorrectly

*** STOP: 0x000000EA (0x8619FA58,oxB62DA108,0xB62DF6c00x00000001)

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