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steakhousebobby
Journeyman III

BSOD: INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE

Hello!

I was trying to install the drivers from the link below. I downloaded the 'Windows 11 - 64 bit edition' StoreMi as I thought this would help update my drivers. However halfway throughout the process my computer crashed, and now whenever I boot I get the BSOD with the error 'INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE'. 

I've been trying to find a fix but nothing else has worked so far. I've tried Automatic Repair mode. When I go into repair mode I can see all my files still there, but I can just never seem to boot into Windows 11. I can access BIOS (Where I double checked to see if AHCI mode was on, it was, as could have been an issue).

Does anyone have any ideas? If I had to buy new parts would I have to buy a new CPU, motherboard, GPU, etc?

https://www.amd.com/en/support/cpu/amd-ryzen-processors/amd-ryzen-5-desktop-processors/amd-ryzen-5-2...

CPU: Ryzen 5 2600

GPU: RTX 2060

Motherboard: B450m

Ram: Corsair Vengeance 16gb

SSD: Samsung NVMe 512gb

HDD: Two 2TB HDDs

 

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Thanks! I've gotten up to the step where I can see the list of drivers. I see a few drivers with AMD, do you know which ones I should remove exactly?

 

Provider Name: Advanced Micro Devices 

Published Name: oem47.inf, Original File Name: amdtools.inf

Published Name: oem56.inf, Original File Name: rcbottom.inf

Published Name: oem58.inf, Original File Name: rcraid.inf

Published Name: oem59.inf, Original File Name: rccfg.inf

If I use the command below I can see the drivers that have the word StoreMi. Should I just remove all drivers that have this description? 

dism /image:e:\ /get-driverinfo /driver:oem1.inf

 

 

I do see drivers with Nvidia provider but I have a feeling its just an AMD problem because thats what I was installing

 

 

 

 

 

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vialli100
Miniboss

I know it's win 10, but maybe it will work for win 11 too..

How to uninstall driver from recovery environment on Windows 10 - Pureinfotech

 

AMD Ryzen 7 3700x, Asus Tuf Gaming RX 6700 XT, Asus TUF Gaming x570 Plus, 32gb Corsair Vengeance 3000mhz, Samsung 970 EVO Plus 1tb NVME, Samsung 960 EVO 500gb NVME, Lian Li Galahad AIO 240mm, Seasonic X850 PSU.
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Thanks! I've gotten up to the step where I can see the list of drivers. I see a few drivers with AMD, do you know which ones I should remove exactly?

 

Provider Name: Advanced Micro Devices 

Published Name: oem47.inf, Original File Name: amdtools.inf

Published Name: oem56.inf, Original File Name: rcbottom.inf

Published Name: oem58.inf, Original File Name: rcraid.inf

Published Name: oem59.inf, Original File Name: rccfg.inf

If I use the command below I can see the drivers that have the word StoreMi. Should I just remove all drivers that have this description? 

dism /image:e:\ /get-driverinfo /driver:oem1.inf

 

 

I do see drivers with Nvidia provider but I have a feeling its just an AMD problem because thats what I was installing

 

 

 

 

 

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I would think so..

I can't say for definite..

As long as you follow those instructions properly and change the drive and file name..

12: In the command, change the drive to c: for the drive of your Windows 10 installation, and change the oem1.inf for the name of the driver to remove.

13: Type the following command to remove the problematic driver and press Enter:

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