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Acer blue screen and says try to change video adapter error (0c0000007E)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: blue screen of death
Not exactly sure, but it seems that you should uninstall and reinstall you sound drivers. They may have become corrupt or it may point to hardware failure.
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
Not a lot of help here, other than to suggest it's caused by some hardware or driver conflict, but see this ms article. You could try then, this link to stop error codes, and these MS links here and here
I suggest you google "0X0000007E + pci.sys" and read the forums to see if someone out there has a solution...
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Posted on May 04, 2009
check your hardware settings it could be the codes for the hardware that cannot recognize of your systems. it could be change with the wrong specs. if you cannor configure it out. you better set the bios configuration to default setting and try to repair the system using your operating system cd installer. thanks
Posted on May 11, 2009
Have you tried to boot in Safe mode? Well if not then press F8 as the PC starts and select safe mode. If it works, then select the 'system restore' option which will appear and restore the system to as far back as it worked very well. Your files will be intact. Well if safe mode those not work, then since you cannot change your boot order to boot from CD/DVD, then you would have to take out your hard drive and connect it to another PC and follow this tip of mine: http://www.fixya.com/support/r3766678-booting_bootable_windows_cd_dvd_fresh
All the best.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
I have had this problem and had to reset the CMOS. Simply removing the CMOS battery is not always enough. Shut off your computer and disconnect the power. Then find the CMOS jumper, usually near the battery, and remove it, taking careful note of the pins it connected. Move it to the far pins and wait a few minutes. Then move it back to its original position, plug your computer back in and restart it. You may need your Windows disk to get everything working properly again.
Posted on Feb 18, 2011
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