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Crazy_Hobo

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I'm sorry if I put this in the wrong fourm. Well I have no idea what the problem is, I have a XP laptop and when I turn it on, after I login it kicks me out and gives me a Error in the the BIOS sreen,,, Anyways, the Error code is "Stop: 0x0000007e (0xc0000005, 0x00000000, 0xf79817c8, 0xf79814c4)"

Please help, i'll give you info on whatever I can get,

Thank you.
 
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Hm. Do you have plenty of hard disk space? It appears that this error is sometimes caused by insufficient hard disk space. If you don't have much space, try booting into safe mode and remove some stuff. The official Microsoft help support article can be found here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/330182
A quick google search of "Stop: 0x07E" brought up plenty more results. :)
 

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Well i'm not ally sure, but i'll look in on that. Also, it kicks me out in Safe Mode too. (After about 30 seconds)
 
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A lot of times when you see '0xc0000005' it is caused by a faulty device driver. Look at the BSOD and see if it lists PCI.sys, USBHUB.sys, Kbdclass.sys or anything to that effect.
 

Crazy_Hobo

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Well it runs disk Check when it restarts it says "winsever.log not valid"

Dose that help?

How do I look at the BSOD to see that type of info?
 

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I tryed working on it some more, and I was in safe mode an such...

So I got a new error massage...

*** STOP: 0X0000007E (0XC0000005, 0X00000000, 0XF7ABD7C8, 0XF7ABD4C4)
 
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