Question about Motherboards
I just got a PCChips P53G Motherboard with a Pentium dual core processor, when I try to install XP Home I got an error that stops the installation before it can display any options with the next technical information: Stop: 0x000007E (0xC0000005, oxF75AB0BF, OxF79F7208, 0xF79F6F08)
pci.sys Address F75AB0BF base at F75A4000, Datestamp 3c0bfadb
The problem is caused by drivers, rather a lack of drivers. The windows XP disc you are using is not equipped with correct drivers. You have to use XP service pack 3, because it has updated drivers. Service pack 3 has the latest drivers to support SATA and pci and cpu processes that were not in existence in 2001, when XP rolled out in its original form. The bad news is, you'll have to locate a windows XP sp3 disc, buy it, and use it. There could be a less expensive alternative though. If you have your original product key, you may be able to locate a copy of XP with SP3, then simply apply your key whrn prompted. (just do not mismatch the PRO with HOME, or you will be stuck). Good Luck
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
Don't think XP Home supports multiple processor cores.....
Posted on Jul 05, 2009
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