*** STOP: 0x0000007B(0XF7B80524, 0xC0000034,0x00000000,0x00000000)
I tried going into 'Last Known Good Configuration'... and got the BSOD. I then tried Safe Mode and also got the BSOD. So I figured it was hardware failure. I've run some tests using the hardware diagnostics Dell has on the utility partition, but all tests came back good. (now that I think of it I hadn't ran a full scan in the diagnostics, I had used the 'symptom tree' and ran some obvious ones like for BSOD and had been meaning to do a full scan just haven't yet)
So I then tried an in place upgrade of Windows XP, hoping I'd be able to recover some files off this system.
After doing the in place upgrade though I get a different BSOD at startup with the error message being:
FLTMGR.sys - address F738B2B2 at F7373000, Datestamp 408025lda
I hope this is right, sorry I am at another computer in another location posting what I wrote. Anyone have some suggestions? I've tried searching the site, but hadn't found any solutions, my apologies if this has already been dealt with!
Edited by Sheldy, 08 September 2010 - 10:59 PM.