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23-Nov-2009, 06:36 AM #1
Angry BSOD 0x000007b
Hi I'm getting problems regarding a BSOD "CHKDSK, Check for virus's etc" after running ComboFix for the thread here:http://forums.techguy.org/malware-re...rx-troajn.html
I really need to access the computer soon, any quick fix?
I've got the Windows Recovery Console up and I don't know what to do next
Here's the Stop error:
0x0000007B (0xba4c3524) (0xc00000034)
I've tried :
removing all peripherals
removing extra ram
starting in safe mode (BSOD still)
changing Bios boot settings F2, F12 etc
rebooting alot :\
chkdsk /r /p (both complete successfully)
bootcfg, and that other boot partitioning command

None of these has helped. Anyone kind enough to lend me a hand?
Thanks in advance.
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23-Nov-2009, 10:19 AM #2
hello,gip213, please visit http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324103 for troubleshooting 0x0000007B errors in Windows XP, and this web have a list about 0x0000007B errors:http://www.windowsxpregistrycleaner....rror-code.html ,hope it can help you
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23-Nov-2009, 03:56 PM #3
You might try using your Windows Install CD to repair the installation. Run the install and choose the Second Repair option that comes up on the screen where you choose the partition to install Windows to. It should detect that there is already a Windows installation on that partition and give you the option to repair it or over write the current installation.
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25-Nov-2009, 03:54 AM #4
Hi guys thanks for the quick replies. The articles don't tell me anything new, and I'm not receiving an INCCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE. i'll try hillsgroup's idea now. Thanks againn,
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29-Nov-2009, 04:12 AM #5
Ok I ran a repair finally and the BSOD is gone but when the Blue Repair Screen comes up (With the Step 1 etc and Ads on the right) i get lsass.exe Invalid Paremeters passed etc etc,? Any help on that please? I guess I won't need to reformat which i am reallllly glad about
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29-Nov-2009, 08:18 AM #6
duplicated in many places - closing this post

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