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Blue screen my brother in laws computer when started goes to blu screen and won't come off come up with this error Stop 0x0000007B 90x820BB850,0xc0000032,0x00000000/0x00000000) Inacessable error the system nu is p6317A serial number MX20303930 hp pv or pv 5065-8640 hwBom 101 SW Bom NA 25 hp pavilion 500

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  • Beth Ann Bell
    Beth Ann Bell Dec 16, 2008

    ty you for all the help what did you change sata and how do you do it

  • Beth Ann Bell
    Beth Ann Bell Dec 16, 2008

    how can I do that when I can't get anywhere except blue screen don't know how to restore it and I can get in bios thats it

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I've seen this error before. Change the SATA mode in the BIOS.

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  • Curtis Richner Dec 16, 2008

    Try hitting F1 while booting and look for the ATA or AHCI mode and just change it from one to the other.

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Thats called the blue screen of death and occurs for 1 out of 3 reasons. The least likely being the processor is damaged and needs replacing, the other least likely is the rams are damaged and needs replacing. The most likely is that the hard drive crashed and needs reformatting or replacing.

Here are the steps to format your hard drive, if the instillation fails you will need to change the hard drive NB. ALL DATA WILL BE LOST>!!

http://www.pctipsbox.com/how-to-install-a-fresh-copy-of-windows-xp/

follow the instructions there, google anything you are having problems with or post it here and we will help.

Nb. the instructions are for windows xp but the method and principle are the same no matter which version of windows you are using.

Posted on Dec 16, 2008

  • Rishi Roshan Ali Dec 19, 2008

    You need to boot the system from the windows xp cd!!!!! booting from the hd will result in the blue screen!!!! you need to set the first boot device to cd rom and it will boot from the cd.. this setting is located in the bios..

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