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SHIRISH PURANIK asked on March 2, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.

Blue Screen Stop Failure 0x0000007B

» I had a system failure that required a windows repair with the XP install disk. All went fine until I tried to install SP2 WindowsXP-KB835935-SP2-ENU. After the install, the PC would continuously reboot showing that error right after the windows logging in logo ( I had to video and freeze to view it) 0x0000007B (0Xba4c7524) 0x0000034.0x. 0x0000000.0x0000.

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» The STOP 0x0000007B error is themost popular Blue Screen of Death error in Windows, it is sometimes called the 0x7b error or the "INACCESSIBLE BOOT DEVICE" BSOD.

This BSOD (which is actually the common name for a STOP Error) could mean that there's a serious hardware problem with a hard drive controller, a driver issue, or even a boot sector virus(TrojanDownloader:Win32/Vundo.J).

whenever an exe file is initiated, it can call a DLL file to check whether the necessary space is available in your hard drive. It will also check if any similar code already exists in the system and then helps the exe file to only write the source code which is necessary in the system. An exe file issue can result from a windows DLL file error.

If you encounter an issue related to both exe file and dll file, normally it should be dealt with at the same time, and you can highly expect such a situation. That's why DLL Suite is invented. This suite has two built-in features of fixing exe virus infection and sys file problems, it works after removing the viruses with antivirus software.

Download DLL Suite, install and run > Click Dashboard menu and > Click Scan DLL Errors button > Click Fix DLL Errors button after the scan. And all the problems directly associated with BSOD are fixed.

ROGER BLANCHETTEP replied on March 7, 2013

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  1. KENNETH FAGAN replied on March 2, 2013: » Check for viruses on your computer. Remove any newly installed hard drives or hard drive controllers. Check your hard drive to make sure it's properly configured and terminated. Run chdsk /F to check for hard drive corruption the restart your computer.

  2. ESTA EDDY replied on March 2, 2013: » 1. Are you able to boot to the desktop as of now? I suggest you to refer the below article:

    Advanced troubleshooting for "Stop 0x0000007B" errors in Windows XP

  3. SHIRISH PURANIK replied on March 3, 2013: » Yes, I am able to boot and have a pretty well functioning system, but still have not installed SP2 again. I am trying to install some version of IE that will let me access the Microsoft Update website.

  4. STEPHEN ADAMO replied on March 3, 2013: » What is your system make and model?

    What two AV programs did you use?

    Do you know if you have any SATA drives installed?

  5. KENNETH WALLER replied on March 5, 2013: » When the system powers up, press whatever key you need to press (sometimes the Del key) to get into he BIOS. Find the SATA/IDE/AHCI options section (somewhere...) and make a note of what it is set to now and write it down because you are going to change it.

    If it is set to AHCI, set it to SATA and reboot. If it is set to SATA, change it to AHCI, or IDE, etc. You may have to go through them all, but it that doesn't fix it or things get worse, set it back the way it was.

    I would not ever run chkdsk /f unless you have a full backup of all your files (even Microsoft issues that warning).You can always run chkdsk /r from Recovery Console - that is safe even if it finds nothing to do.

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