stop: 0x0000007B (0xF8B4E528, 0XC0000034, 0X00000000, 0X00000000)
Here is the Background behind the problem:
Buddy had a Gateway 510 Desktop with Windows XP MCE, Pentium 4 HT, 512 MB Ram, and thats about all I know of it. He came home from work one day and went to boot it up and found the BSD as mentioned above. He was unable to fix it and is loaded with money, so he just gave the PC to me (for my very own). I removed the 40GB hard drive that was in it and inserted my own 160GB seagate hard drive from my wifes ancient Computer(currently has Windows XP Pro SP2) (hoping to use this newer PC to upgrade her) and I received the BSD. I then repartioned and reformatted the Segate HD and reloaded windows XP. All went as normal until it came time to reboot at the end and then i receivved the same BSD at startup again and now that is as far as i can get. The only difference i can see between the 2 hard drives is that the original HD was connected via SATA and the one I am using is connected via IDE. I have tried changing the jumpers for the 1650 GB designating it as the Primary Master, Primary Slave, Secondary Master, Secondary Slave, and Cable select... all with the same BSD result. I have even tried using a different IDE slot as there are 4 of them... still with the same result.
I know the seagate 160 GB HD is good as it is what im using right now in my wifes old computer.
Can anyone offer anything here?
Changed out the Hard drive initially because I ran a CHKDSK /P from repair XP and it said the original HD had one or more unrecoverable errors.
Edited by SpaceCowboy706, 05 March 2006 - 11:19 AM.