Posted 19 April 2014 - 08:35 PM
The driver in the BSOD is old - timestamp = 4c0a7c3a; translated = Sat Jun 5 16:32:58 2010
iastor.sys is contained on the Windows installation DVD. There should not be a need to install it.
Have you tried another HDD just to see if BIOS sees it?
Same with cable.
I think this is a hardware issue, not software at this time based on the info we have.
The bugcheck is interesting - 0x7e (0xc0000005,,,)
0x7e = thread threw an exception; the exception = 0xc5 = memory access violation / access denied
Regards. . .
Microsoft MVP 2009-2015
Microsoft Windows Insider MVP 2018 - Present