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Getting BSOD booting either way after running SafeModeRepairKey program

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#1 GretaLovejoy


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Posted 07 February 2010 - 03:31 AM

Hi there,

Help!!! Getting BSOD booting both in Safe Mode and Normal now after running Safe Mode Repair Key program:

stop error 0x0000007E(0xC0000005)

Is there any way I can remedy this problem?

One time when my friend was booting...he told me on the phone that while he was booting that a pop up about the monitor came up giving him several choices like:

Check computer press-G

check monitor press-F

something like that.

See, the PC was only getting the BSOD booting in safe mode...

I am beginning to wonder if maybe its video card driver may be corrupted after getting the monitor pop up window above...

Any ideas how to fix this? Is there Anyway I can do a system restore...

or update the video card driver...when Xp not booting?

Really need this PC working...

Thank you in advance for your help,


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#2 hamluis



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Posted 07 February 2010 - 10:27 AM

I guess that I have to ask...if you wanted to attempt a System Restore operations...why did you not do that when the system booted into normal mode?

What made you decide to attempt the SafeModeRepairKey program, rathe than SR?

STOP 7E errors, see left column at http://www.aumha.org/a/stop.htm.

Based on the info provided thus far, it would sheer speculation to guess at what is going on

System manufacturer and model?


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