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When you get a Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD) on your computer this can be very frustrating.Below is the info you need to get from a BSOD because the way that Microsoft words the message a lot of people miss the real important parts. With the right information this will helps tech support help you address your problem quickly.
The first thing to look at is the error message.A lot of times you will get a message like the one below that states "PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA".In the case of this BSOD the error screen the error code is a generic one of 0x00000050 so we have to rely on message that tells us that the problem was with the memory or the page file.
The next thing to look at is the error code.Note you really do not need the info between the parentheses for standard trouble shooting.
So with both pieces info this will help tech support figure out where the issue is at and where to troubleshoot.
Note the file name that the BSOD list normally is not important in troubleshooting the in most cases it just point to the point where Windows had the problem.
This error refers to an inaccessable boot device. I typically will fix this error by booting the PC from another form of boot media (Example: Linux Ubuntu) to access the files. But to make it simple for any user, you will want to buy a replacement hard drive, that your system can support.
Cut power to the PC. Physically remove the damaged drive. Install the new replacement drive, and install your recovery CD to this drive. Once the system is back online from Recovery, you can re-connect the damaged drive, as a slave, to retrieve the data.
Most new systems will allow both drive to detect in the system if you set the jumper on the end to Cable Select (CS). If you have SATA drives, Master/Slave doesn't apply.
Beyond this point, if the drive will not allow access to the files, you will have to follow the same method, but try installing some free File Recovery Tools to scan the damaged drive with, like PCI File Recovery.
Contact me if you would like more detailed instructions sent to your email. You will have to send me a make and model of the PC though.
Stop: 0x0000007B error code refers to memory issues You need make some changes in your computer before installing XP
1. On start up, press F2 to enter BIOS
2. Expand the "Drives" section
3. Go to "SATA Operation"
4. Change this from "RAID Auto/AHCI" to "RAID Auto/ATA"
You will be able to install XP now
The most popular Blue Screen of Death error in Windows is the STOP
0x0000007B error, sometimes called the 0x7b error or the "INACCESSIBLE
BOOT DEVICE" BSOD.
This BSOD (which is actually the common name for a STOP Error)
could mean that there's a serious hardware problem with a hard drive
controller, a driver issue, or even a boot sector virus. In your case though, this is most likely one of 4 capacitors that are known to blow out on any SX270. Slide the bar at the back of your PC to the remove cover side and look inside for swollen caps. Remove the fans and cpu cover as well and check around there. Replace any bad ones you can find with old caps borrowed from an old motherboard if you have one, or new ones from any decent electronics parts warehouse. This fix has worked for me on every SX270 I have ever had.
(1)When you power up the computer press F8 key thne if you are able to see safe mode and other menu then enter in safe mode.Then go to start menu->run type in run "chkdsk /r" thne press "y" then scan your computer with antivirus. uninstall that antivirus because sometimes it conflict to windows. then restart computer thne wait untill it check disk and fix errors. Then you can see desktop screen. (2)But if you are not able to enter in safe mode then you need windows disk or recovery disk. Then boot computer with that disk. For that when you power up the computer press F1 or F2 or "del" key to enter in bios . Then go to boot option and set frist boot device as your cd or dvd drive. Then save and exit settings. Then insert disk in rom then it boot with that disk. then follow the procedure and enter in recovery console . Type in console prompt "chkdsk /r" the press "y" then it fix error on disk. Then check in normal mode if still not load windows then follow above procedure again but this time select repair previous windows option so it repairs old windows and you get your old windows . Let me know if you need further assistance., Thanks
as you boot the computer, start tapping the F8 keys
From the boot menu, select Safe Mode
If this seems to work, you can try restoring the computer to an earlier point from Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > System Restore.
If Safe Mode also fails to load, you would have to check your disk for errors or you may have to install XP all over again.
Please get back, if you need any further help.
The message 'Diskette drive 0 seek failure.' is saying that there is any error trying to read 'drive 0'. As you can see from the list, drive 0 is 'ST3250820AS . 3 . ANG'. That is your hard drive that stores all of your information. Your other drive that's coming up is 'drive 1' or 'SATA 1' and that is your DVD/CD-RW. So basically your hard drive can't be read and therefore the PC can't be started. If there is data that you need on the PC I would advise contacting either a local PC shop to try and get your data recovered and put onto a new hard drive if they find that the drive is faulty. If you don't have any data on there that is essential, try reinstalling the operating system by starting up the PC with your recovery disk or operating system disk and following the directions. Make sure you read the instructions properly to insure that you install properly.