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BSOD 0x7A, 0x77


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dieranierdie

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Hi there, I'm justa new guy here... I have a problem on my comp. I always got a 0x7A and 0x77 stop error, I sometimes got a disk read error, I cant format my HD, only quick format. I always got the BSOD when installing large softwares like MS Student and CS3.
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Your problem is almost always software and/or driver errors.

Microsoft fixes:

for the 77 kernal stack inpage error

http://support.micro...=315266&sd=RMVP

http://support.micro...=228753&sd=RMVP

Heres a long article on the 7A data inpage error. This is for NT4 but is the same for XP. Read it carefully as it does have some fixes to try buried in it.

http://support.micro...=228753&sd=RMVP

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Thanks for the reply, I'll try it. BTW, here is the full details of what is happening on my PC.

My box is just about 1 month and about 2 weeks old, assembled at the shop but I'm the one who chose the parts. 2 weeks after I bought it my box goes into BSOD twice while playing soulstorm but I didn't mind it, I just pressed the reset button. After a week (3 weeks after I bought it), my box was infected by two viruses (Jay.exe and Bar11.exe). To easily remove the viruses, I decided to reformat my box. After that, my PC goes into blue screen more often, about 3 out of 10 each time I reboot. after a week it becam worse, sometime I dont even get into the log-in screen. My PC always goes into BSOD (0x77 & 0x7A) while I'm installing large softwares like Adobe CS3 and MS Student with Encarta and MS Office. I also tried running chkdsk to see if there are bad sectors on my drive that might cause the problem but I always stuck at stage 4. I tried other disk scanners but it always stuck at while scanning around 6 - 13 clusters. I also used the WD Diagnostic tool, my HD passed the quick test but It can't complete the Extended test, Imy PC hangs at around 2 mins of scanning and it turns into BSOD (0xF4). Sometimes my PC cant even reach the log-in screen, it goes into BSOD that I didnt know because it only shows for asplit second then my PC restarts. I also got a disk read error sometime, it happened trice. I also encounter 2 BSOD but it just says "Unknown Error"Here are the details of the errors and their screen shots(I just used the cam on my phone)

0xF4: http://img71.imagesh...707/0xf4nj9.jpg
0x77(Kernel_Stack_Inpage_Error): http://img111.images...281/0x77sd4.jpg
0x7A(Kernel_Data_Inpage_Error): http://img167.images...014/0x7auj1.jpg
Unknown Error(the other one is ending with 128, I dont have an SC of it): http://img501.images...846/uknwsy1.jpg

My Specs are:
Processor: Intel Core2 duo 2.2ghz
MB: Asus P5VD2-VM SE
HDD: Western Digital Caviar SE 320gb SATA
GFX Card: Inno 3D GeForce 8500 GT 512 mb
RAM: Transcend 1024mb x1 DDR2
OS: Windows XP SP2

Edited by dieranierdie, 02 June 2008 - 07:22 AM.

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