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0x0000007F BSOD on Boot

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by tallonx, Aug 6, 2006.

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  1. tallonx

    tallonx Thread Starter

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    Hey, i'm having a problem. Eeverytime I go to start windows, it does the little loady bar thing, then it just restarts... I turned off force - restart so I could see what error i was getting, and i was getting 0x0000007F (0x000000 etc..)

    So I was wondering if i could get your guys help >.< I attaced my dumps.

    By the way, I thought it was windows.. So i reinstalled, and it worked fine for a while, but after i installed a bunch of drivers + security update, it did it again.

    I am OC'n my cpu. (from 2.4 --> 2.6 ghz ) AMD Athlon 64 3700 San Diego.
    I'm on WIN XP Pro.
    2 Gig DDR400 (4x 512's)
     

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  2. Rollin' Rog

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    Remove and reinstall your ATI display drivers.

    They all come down to this:

    BugCheck 7F, {0, 0, 0, 0}


    Probably caused by : ati2mtag.sys ( ati2mtag+23411 )
     
  3. tallonx

    tallonx Thread Starter

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    thanks for your help, i reinstalled windows again. I havn't installed the ati drivers, maybe i'll try omega drivers or something. Really weird. But thanks, i'll post if anything pops up.
     
  4. tallonx

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    ok! So, i reinstalled windows, restarted after i installed everything. Everything worked... UNTIl I installed control cetner.. So i safe mode --> uninstalled. Booted ok! So, i try some modded drivers, and same results. Now, it will be very difficult for me to play my games w/o my video card drivers. any suggestions?
     
  5. Rollin' Rog

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    Did you uninstall the previous Control Center and Display drivers from Add/Remove programs before installing the new ones? They have to match up version wise or you get errors.

    You should stick to the standard drivers until this is worked out.

    In the Utilities section ATI has a Catalyst uninstaller -- you should probably try that before doing a new install:

    https://support.ati.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=894&task=knowledge&folderID=27
     
  6. Aus_Louie

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    Lol you wouldnt believe but i just got the same BSOD at bootup.... and i found out it was my hard drive that was mucking up... so i guess ill get a new one.
     
  7. tallonx

    tallonx Thread Starter

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    I did uninstall the catalyst's... BUT I have solved it. I poped in the driver CD that came w/ my video card and installed that... and it worked!!! it's CCC version 1.2 >.> so i don't know how that'll work in games.... lol, but atleast i got something going for me.
     
  8. tallonx

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    are you sure it's your HD? How do you know for sure..
     
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