Continously rebooting BSOD 0X0000007_

October 26, 2011 at 09:20:43
Specs: Windows XP, 2 GB
Check out this and please help me if you can, have in mind that I also do tech support so some of the basic steps have been done already.

I have 2 exact desktops (HP Pro 3000 MT), 1 of them have been with this issue with almost a week, it would continously reboot, so I used the option of disabling the rebooting, I don't remember the exact error code but it was full of 0's and ending with a 7 (something like 0X0000007_) and suggesting the usual (check for virus, run chkdsk /r, unplugging newly connected devices, etc) done all of those, since both of the computers are the same, I decided to connect the HD to the one that was working fine, and guess what, it was working perfectly, so I discarded a HD issue (before that I ran a chkdsk /r /f) so I plugged it back on the problematic Desktop, it wouldn't work, so I decided to install the updates, plugged it back and it didn't work also, then I decided to check piece by piece disconnecting from the Desktop that was working fine and using it on the other one (proc, memory modules, disconnected a PCI Wireless NIC and a Printer port) nothing worked, I even used the same HD of the good Desktop on the damaged one and it happened just the same.

So here I am now, running out of ideas (everything on the BIOS is set as usual the default options, it was kind of dusty but not that much and it is now clean), I didn't want to try the recovery console, it hasn't been of much help for me but I guess I'll try that, other than that if you have any ideas I would like to test them and would appreciate any of them.

Thanks in advance!!


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#1
October 26, 2011 at 13:33:24
I don't remember the exact error code but it was full of 0's and ending with a 7 (something like 0X0000007_) That's just not specific enough for a meaningful diagnosis.

Go here http://www.geekstogo.com/forum/topi... to view the number of stop codes ending 7 something.


Please come back & tell us if your problem is resolved.


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#2
October 27, 2011 at 14:24:14
*** STOP: 0X0000007B (0XBA4C3524, 0X0000034, 0X000000, 0X000000)

check this image it is in Spanish but I guess you will understand what is important.

Thanks for the reply


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#3
October 27, 2011 at 17:50:27
I messed up twice, and twice I had to reinstall my Windows Xp. The first time, I overwrote the os on the same partition, the second time I installed on the same partition anyway,on both occasions after the installation was complete, it would automatically restart....but instead of loading and going to my desk top, it would keep installing over and over again continuously and kept atomatically restarting and reinstalling and would not let me remove the disk!!! Anyway, I got mad and came up with a way to solve the problem, and it worked!!! Without having to go into my BIOS.
As to what I just described: "Is this what you mean by rebooting over and over??"
Because if it is what you mean, then I can tell you what I did....it,s pretty funny, but IT WORKED!!!!!


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#4
October 27, 2011 at 20:15:50
Only bit of info missing is whether the problem is with Pata or Sata drives. I'll assume that when you swapped the suspect drive into the 'good' pc you were able to boot from the suspect.

Seems that you have done just about every check required for that particular Stop code, the only other thing I would attempt is to re-install the mobo drivers as the error could be caused by a hdd controller.


Please come back & tell us if your problem is resolved.


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#5
October 31, 2011 at 08:07:00
That is the same thinking I have come accross all this (that it could be caused by a bad driver), but it is pretty weird that even using the other HD is having the same exact issue.

As it is the same configuration for the desktops both of The HD are SATA, as additional information I did a firmware update but it didn't work either, so I guess I'll try that (altough I haven't tried with a live cd, perhaps it happens the same) and keep on thinking.

Thanks!!


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#6
October 31, 2011 at 08:09:06
I don't think that is my particular case, but it would be useful if you post it, I could try it and also maybe someone else could take advantage of it.

Thanks


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#7
October 31, 2011 at 15:17:57
"check this image it is in Spanish but I guess you will understand what is important"
This is the important part.
STOP: 0X0000007B (0XBA4C3524
http://is.gd/nRWkiQ

Or, use this.

WhoCrashed
http://www.softpedia.com/get/System...
http://www.softpedia.com/progScreen...
http://www.resplendence.com/main


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