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How to fix STOP error 0x0000007B?
05-29-2014, 01:14 PM
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How to fix STOP error 0x0000007B?
Hi there!

So I recently built a new desktop computer and had everything up and running last night, and it was beautiful. However this morning I woke up and found my computer in an endless cycle of trying to reboot itself over and over again, with a STOP Error of 0x0000007B. I finally got my computer to stop auto rebooting so I could read the BSOD, and that's what it's telling me. I believe that after my computer installed 74 freaking updates (I have a semi-bootlegged version of Windows Vista x64, because I have the disc but lost my product key, so I found one that worked on the Internets) I think something went awry. I recently installed a new driver for my video card because it's quite the dinosaur, and I feel like that might be the problem.
My computer will not start in safe mode or any other mode, and it just sends me to the BSOD with the same stop error every time. How can I fix this without booting up my OS? I was thinking system repair but I can't get my optical drive to open to put the disc in.

Any help is certainly appreciated, and if you need more information I will oblige!

Thanks,
Britney

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05-29-2014, 01:19 PM
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buy a valid copy, then come talk to us.
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05-29-2014, 01:34 PM
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Yes you are right the new video card diver can cause this kind of problem, try to boot your computer in safe mode, also uninstall the video card driver once and check if it fixes stop problem then you need to update the device driver for video card. also disable all the startup programs.
Go to start type msconfig and go to startup and disable all startup programs.

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05-29-2014, 01:49 PM
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could be the driver's not compatible, or something in the updates isn't.

that's one reason I set updates to "check w/ me before downloading updates."

From an other pc, you may be able to d/L a poss fix onto a usb drive:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/922976
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05-29-2014, 02:05 PM
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it seems the only way to solve it would be to try to delete the drivers or restore to factory settings.

btw, are you british ?
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