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Operating system impossible to install Microsoft Windows XP pro. Stops and gives blue screen STOP 0X0000007E (0XC0000005 0XF76B60BF 0XF7B0620 0XF7AC50C) PCI SYS ADDRESS F76B60BF BASE AT F76AF000 DATE STAMP 3B7D855C can you please help me? e-mail versympan@yahoo.com

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Hi Paul, please go to the hard drive's manufactures web site, example; Seagate, Western Digital, Maxtor ECT & download their software for a bootable floppy disk. Tools & utilities. Use this software to format the hard drive. You can also test the hard drive with the same software. If you still get a blue screen from windows (Which is unlikely). Back up & download, Darik's Boot and Nuke floppy disk software. Click on this link:
http://dban.sourceforge.net/ . There is plenty of readme.txt to help you understand what the software will do. Once finished run you're bootable software from the hard drive manufacture. Install you're windows XP software CD.

Good Luck!
Mike

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