Posted 16 December 2009 - 06:41 AM
I must apologise because I feel I am having to post one problem after another since installing Windows 7.
AMD 64 X2 4600+
AsusRock 939N68PV - GLAN board
2 Gb RAM
Nvidia 7950 512 Mb graphics card.
Windows 7 64 bit installed on one HDD with system partition and separate data partition
Windows XP 32 bit installed on other HDD
Windows 7 is the OS on my default boot drive.
I need XP for a few legacy programs, and access that OS using F11 at boot to select the XP HDD .
Having installed Windows 7 about a week ago, I have been getting occasional BSD errors 0x0000007F. However, they are becoming more frequent and this morning its happened 8 times in an hour. In fact, I'm posting this via my XP setup because Windows 7 is now unfit for purpose in my view.
A search suggested the 07F error is usually hardware or drivers. I have checked, hardware, updated drivers without any improvement. My XP system which is using the same hardware is absolutely stable, but Windows 7 is failing usually within 5 mins of start up. I am assuming, that if XP is stable, then surely my hardware is OK ie PSU, RAM, temperature etc etc ?
I installed the Nvidia 64 bit graphics drivers from the Nvidia site in my Windows 7 setup. However, I still get an error in Device Manager showing the "Coprocessor" driver is not installed if thats of any relevence.
Really at a loss with this.