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Hp530 software from vista to xp

Vista was preloaded, I want to install xp error message
*** stop: 0x0000007E (0X0000005, 0XF75DD0BF, OXF7A292208, 0XF7A28F08)
*** PCI.SYS - address F75DD0BF base at F75D6000, DATESTAMP 3b7d855c

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Hi there,

it seems that this particular message can be related to problems with drivers being loaded. so i guest is u are using a xp cd with SP1 try a copy of XP Pro SP2 included .... also check out the ram on your system... ddat could be a bit of a problem also....and last ... in Bios change hdd from AHCI to IDE mode ... xp has a bit of a trouble seeing sata drive

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