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I am trying to boot up my pc and I just received STOP: 0X0000007E (0XC0000005, 0X82E89963, 0XF8AEF8B4, 0XF8AEF5B0

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Hello.

The most common reasons for these errors are memory and hard drive problems.

To determine further, run the diagnostics for your computer. It varies from computer to computer, but try pressing F12 when booting.. It may be different for your computer.

If no diagnostics results available, try your memory, first. Remove all memory and place one at a time and boot your computer to test. If no difference, your hard drive is probably failing.

If the hard drive is bad and you want to try to retrieve your files, set your hard drive as a slave and install in another computer. You may need on-site assistance with this.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 01, 2010

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