sysaudio.sys error after instal ServicePack2 in WindowsXP Professi


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Hi all! I had installed Windows XP Profesional in my PC and I used to work
normally during almost 4 years, I had never done an update to my windows
until now, however, yesterday I updated my Windows with the Service Pack 2
and the first time it restarted itself, the PC now shows the next blue screen
error:

***STOP: 0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0xFBD1BA03, 0xFC9039CC, 0xFC9036C8)
***sysaudio.sys - Address FBD1BA03 base at FBD15000, DateStamp 41107f1a

I restarted many times but it appears again the screen.

Please, could your guide me? I'll appreciate too much your help!

Regards,

FELIX
 
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FELIX said:
Hi all! I had installed Windows XP Profesional in my PC and I used to work
normally during almost 4 years, I had never done an update to my windows
until now, however, yesterday I updated my Windows with the Service Pack 2
and the first time it restarted itself, the PC now shows the next blue screen
error:

***STOP: 0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0xFBD1BA03, 0xFC9039CC, 0xFC9036C8)
***sysaudio.sys - Address FBD1BA03 base at FBD15000, DateStamp 41107f1a

I restarted many times but it appears again the screen.

Please, could your guide me? I'll appreciate too much your help!

Regards,

FELIX

It is your system sound malfunction, did you update the your sound card from
the sound card manufacturer or downloaded the updates from windows updates?.
"STOP 0x0000007E" error message after you upgrade to Windows XP
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=330182

http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms808396.aspx
Right click " My Computer" select properties, then click Hardware tab, click
Device Manager scroll down to
[-]sound, video and game controller
[^]Audio Codecs
[^]Legacy Audio capture
.....
[^] SoundMax Integrated Digital Audio

Does any of those have a Yellow exclamation mark or Red (X) mark on it.
HTH.
nass
 

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