Posted 26 February 2008 - 07:59 PM
Most likely this is an issue with your hard drive - the STOP 0x24 error relates to the NTFS file system that's on your hard disk. The STOP 0x7e errors generally relate to hardware compatibility/failure issues - either with the hardware itself or the drivers.
I'd suggest, as the first step, that you run a bootable hard drive diagnostic utility from the website of the manufacturer of your hard drive.
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