I've been using Windows 7 Pro x64 without any issue for awhile, yet I have recently run into a befuddling problem. I have a Mac whose hard drive I'm going to be upgrading. So I've decided to clone the old drive to the newer, replacement drive.
To that end, I've installed the drive in my PC, and used MacDrive to format the drive as a GUID partition scheme with a single HFS+ partition. I then attached the two computers - Mac and PC - directly with an Ethernet cable, since I know Gigabit Ethernet transfers are going to be MUCH faster in this case. Once I had both computers on the same ad-hoc LAN, I mounted the drive on my Mac, and then ran Carbon Copy Cloner to clone to the drive. After about 30-40 minutes, I find that my PC crashes and then reboots. I repeated the issue twice just to be sure that it wasn't a glitch or a fluke.
I used BlueScreenView to review the error logs, and apparently the Windows NT kernel is causing the problem:
I also have a copy from the actual Windows error report at boot time:
I've checked that there are no attached peripheral devices or active background programs at either computer that might interfere with the data transfer. I've also checked my primary Windows drive, the Mac drive, and the drive I'm cloning to, and they all check out as healthy and problem-free. I also checked my RAM to ensure that this wasn't an issue.
I'm not sure what else to do, but I must create this backup, or I will not be able to upgrade my current Mac drive!