Posted 10 December 2007 - 04:10 PM
So I am about to reformat my computer, and I have encountered a problem I never have before.
As I put the disk in to install windows, and it boots up and loads the files, as soon as it says About to load windows I get a blue screen and it reads this error:
Stop: 0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0xF76440BF, 0xF7A90208, 0xF7A8FF08)
pci.sys - address F76440BF base at F763D000, datestamp 3b7d8557.
It tells me to make sure the HD has adequate space (which I formatted the HD from another computer), it tells me to make sure my video card adapters are correct settings (took out my PCIE video card and is now plugged into the onboard Video, and also set in the BIOS to onboard.)
I am running out of ideas what the problem could be?
Could it be a bad Windows Disk (Thought to be unlikely, because I've used this disk many times before.)
I keep trying to install windows, and thats when the BSOD comes up.
It will start loading files, then it says "Loading Windows Setup", then the BSOD comes up.
Thanks for any help in advance.