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    yadayada May 11, 2010

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Error 0X0000007A (0XC07C1AB0, 0XC000000E, 0XF8356642, 0X0A1F0860) When i switch on my PC i get this blue screen error report. i don't know what this error is. please give me the recovery suggestion. Thanks...


How To Fix This Error

Error Message:
Stop Error 0x0000007A (Kernel data inpage error) Translation:
This occurs due to a memory error from a faulty hardware device or virus. Solution:
If your system freezes during Operating System installation, make a note where the installation stopped. Often, you can narrow down your problem by knowing when the freeze occurs.

Frequently, installation freezes are caused by incorrect settings in the CMOS (complimentary metal-oxide semiconductor). The CMOS stores special configuration settings for your computer’s hardware and is used by the BIOS (Basic Input/Output System) when your machine boots. Your motherboard or system should have come with a manual that describes the CMOS settings. If you don’t have a manual, download one from your manufacturer’s Web page. To change the CMOS settings, press the keys as shown in your manual or on your PC’s startup screen (often DELETE, ESC, CTRL-ESC, or CTRL-ALT-ESC) immediately after you boot your computer. If you change any of the CMOS settings, write down your changes and keep them in a safe place. Then you can refer to the settings if you need to change them back or redo them if you reinstall or upgrade to a new version of Windows later on.

Incorrect CMOS settings for system cache memory and RAM may confuse the Windows installer and freeze the system. If your system freezes during setup, try disabling the system cache memory. If you are able to install the system after your CMOS changes, then you fixed the problem. If this doesn’t work, then try adding a wait state to (or slowing down the timing on) your RAM. (Wait states are periods where the CPU pauses while waiting for data from slower components.) Adding a wait state causes the computer to address the memory less quickly and often fixes unexpected freezing problems, black screens, or unprovoked reboots. After Windows is fully installed, use the new system for a while to make sure it is stable. Then, restart the system and change the CMOS settings back. If the system remains stable, keep the settings; otherwise return to the stable settings permanently.

Bad RAM chips or a boot sector virus can cause inexplicable freezes during installation. If you suspect your memory might be the trouble and you have extra RAM chips around, try the installation with the other chips instead. If you think you have a boot sector virus on your hard drive, then use a bootable CD-ROM or diskette to check and clean your hard drive using programs such as Norton AntiVirus (http://www.symantec.com) or McAfee VirusScan (http://www.mcafee.com).

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Unfortunately the screen you are seeing has a name for it "the BSOD" or blue screen of death (click here for more info). by your description of the clicking sounds id say that it is an intermediate to serious hardware problem, but there are so many reasons for the BSOD that its hard to nail it down to just one.
That said the BSOD can happen because of conflicting software and/or hardware failures. Think back a bit and try to remember if you put any new software on the pc before this started happening. If you did, try uninstalling that software.

If the answer is no then:

If it were my PC as soon as i see the BSOD I would replace the RAM memory and wait to see if it happens again. You can find the RAM just inside the CPU its an easy job (couple of screws and your done) and i can walk you through it if you like.
If it did happen again I would reformat the hard drive and again wait to see if the BSOD shows its ugly head.
If you follow the two steps above and you still get the BSOD then you know that its a more serious hardware problem and needs some hands on maintenance by a professional.


If you choose to reformat and want to do it yourself please click on my profile and ask me How do i reformat.

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try to change it.
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Kernel data inpage error


It is best practice with a used computer to completely format and
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http://michaelstevenstech.com/cleanxpinstall.html
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