STOP: 0x0000007B (0xF789E528, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)


M

Mark

I lost power and now am getting the Blue Screen of Death with th above error
code. Is there ANY way to revocer without Reburning the harddrive?

Thank You,

Mark
 
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John John (MVP)

Boot to the Recovery Console and issue the following commands:

chkdsk /r
fixboot

Please be aware that running chkdsk /r may take a long time, do not
interrupt chkdsk while it is running! Also be aware that there is
always a risk of data loss when chkdsk is run.

John
 
M

Mark

Thank you for the information.

I rebooted using the resource disk and went to the DOS prompt, i entered the
cmd
CHKDSK /R and got the following:

Invalid Switch

Try using SCANDISK.

Ran SCANDISK and it found no errors, issued FIXBOOT and it said it was
invalid?
 
J

John John (MVP)

You need to use a real Windows XP CD to boot to the Recovery Console,
these commands do not run from DOS or from other diagnostic utilities.
If you do not have a real Windows XP CD you can use the Setup floppy
diskette set to boot to the Recovery Console:

How to obtain Windows XP Setup disks for a floppy boot installation
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/310994

John
 
J

Jim

Mark said:
Thank you for the information.

I rebooted using the resource disk and went to the DOS prompt, i entered
the
cmd
CHKDSK /R and got the following:

Invalid Switch

Try using SCANDISK.

Ran SCANDISK and it found no errors, issued FIXBOOT and it said it was
invalid?
Quit using pronouns. The meaning of this sentence is unclear:
"issued FIXBOOT, and it said it was invalid?"
So, did Fixboot say it was invalid (meaning the MBR)
Or, did the command processor say that the command Fixboot is invalid?
Jim
 
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M

Mark

John,

Thank You for the help. It appears that some how when I lost power my SATA
setting were reset back to factory default. I was only able to find that when
I used the Windows XP CD.

Thank You,

Mark
 
J

John John (MVP)

You're welcome.

John
John,

Thank You for the help. It appears that some how when I lost power my SATA
setting were reset back to factory default. I was only able to find that when
I used the Windows XP CD.

Thank You,

Mark

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Unfortunately it did not work… but you are correct with the rest… i am looking for hours and nothing seems to help and then I found this
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