Stop error Ox0000007E received on blue screen


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Guest

Yesterday I begain receiving a Blue screen with the Stop error message
Ox0000007E (OxC0000005, OxF85EB9B9, OxF96D5538,OxF96D5234) A problem has been
detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer....

I can not find a discription of what these numbered message codes( ie:
OxF85EB9B9) refer to? Therefore I have no idea where to begin to look for the
problem or a solution?

After several hours in safe mode with NO success, I used the system restore
and reset my computer to last month. At this time I am no longer receiving
this stop error. The only change I have noticed is that now the version of
Window Defender (Beta 2) that I have is the older version.

When I open Windows Defender I have a message that a new version is
available for download.

Is it possible that the new version of Windows Defender I had downloaded
caused this fatal stop error?

If this is not possible can anyone point me to a data base which contains
the explainations of these error codes or provide any Help?

Thank you
 
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Guest

Engle thank you, I appreciate your response.

I guess I should have added I did google the error. Several pages which I
found includeing :
1) STOP 0x0000007E" error message after you upgrade to Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=330182
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2) This problem may occur if you are using a Creative Labs SoundBlaster 16
Joystick
http://support.microsoft.com/?id=321637
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3)when I add a new USB

and a few others I found do not apply to my situation.

They also do not give an explanation of what the error codes stand for? They
do not have the parameter messages I received but do give a general list of
possibilities? I tried looking into the general possibilities and I am
confused and do not see that they apply?

That was why I turned here, hoping someone might have a more specific idea.
 
G

Guest

Hi Alias,

Don't know the answer to your question, I'm getting also BSODs and I have 2
suspicious, one is my memory RAM, and the other is a Driver, but thisn is my
own problem ;-)

I suggest run CHKDSK /r

http://safety.live.com/site/en-US/default.htm
Look for the broom Clean up, also Tune Up..

Sorry Alias, but good luck with you.
 
J

JRosenfeld

Engel said:
Hi Alias,

Don't know the answer to your question, I'm getting also BSODs and I
have 2 suspicious, one is my memory RAM, and the other is a Driver,
but thisn is my own problem ;-)

I suggest run CHKDSK /r

http://safety.live.com/site/en-US/default.htm
Look for the broom Clean up, also Tune Up..

Sorry Alias, but good luck with you.
http://aumha.org/win5/kbestop.htm
click on 7E in the left column, this will bring up the relevant section in
the central frame.

The MSDN article explains the meaning of the parameters (the numbers in ()),
but unfortunately that link does not seem to be working (page cannot be
found), but this one works:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/DevTest_g/hh/DevTest_g/t05_bugs_60_299217d6-98d1-4d1d-8068-883e89933845.xml.asp
 
G

Guest

Hi JRosenfeld,

Thank you for the link, I can use it ;-)

Take care
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i have the same problem

my computer has the same problem, and it happened after upgrading to service pack 3. sombody plz help!
 

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