Please !! - when you quote an error string, make sure you have typed it right!!
You have a capital letter o instead of zero at the beginning of each number string - FYI that's always zero, not the capital letter o.
There is a space after the commas.
The number strings after the first STOP error number string are within a pair of brackets - you didn't show those brackets.
So - you should have typed:
STOP: 0X0000007E (0XC0000005, 0X832E4113, 0XF8B1A7BO, 0XF8B1A4AC)
Sometimes there is also something on the same screen you can click on that has more info about what caused the error - sometimes that info specifies a file name. If you see info like that and it has a file name, tell us what that file name is - that can be, but isn't always, a good clue.
FYI usually only the first number string within those brackets is sometimes usefull when you search on the web - the other number strings after that first one are usually unique to your computer and useless for searching with.
So - you search using:
STOP: 0X0000007E (0XC0000005,
STOP: 0X0000007E 0XC0000005
Many STOP error codes have a corresponding text string with underlines between letters -
STOP: OX0000007E = SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
Apparently there are many causes of that error - some will also generate the 0XC0000005 code at the beginning of the ones listed in brackets.
You have not provided any background about anything that you or some software did just BEFORE you got this error. According to what I read in various "hits" it appears this error happens after you have attempted to do something, not spontaneously.
Click on 7E on the left side for info about various causes
Various causes listed on the Microsoft site
Are you able to get into Windows after you see this error message?
Are you able to get into Windows in Safe mode?