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Balance - Blue Screen during shut down stop error 0X0000007E

I have a Balance computer - model CP2401 with an 845GV-M2 motherboard. When I'm shutting down my computer gives me a blue screen with a stop error: ***STOP:0X0000007E (0XC0000005, 0XF7A769AC, 0XF7B9D9B4,0XF7B9D6B0) The next line down says: ***kbdclass.sys - Address F7A769AC base at F7A76000, DateStamp 48025372 Can you tell me what this means and what I need to do to fix it?

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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

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