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Bsod during windows installation

Tried reformatingg and reloading hdd after getting various bsod with error messages like stop 0X0000007A(0xE103BC34,0XC000000E,###########) --WIN32K.SYS address BF800000 DATE STAMP 3F73195D
or another time --stop 0x0000007 (0xc03e161c,0xc000000e,########) --MountMgr.sys address f85878b2 base at F8583000.BSOD came up during reloading.Tried replacing ram didn't work. Before I reformated I ran a quick hdd test using PCDoctor -he didn't find anything.

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Try doing this as suugested, you might not need reformatting.

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