Yesterday I bought a CPU built of Core I5 6400 2.70GHz processor, Gigabyte GA-H110M DDR4 motherboard, Corsair 8GB ram, and WD 2TB harddisk. I bought the harddisk from a different computer store today, so I couldn't get the Windows Setup from the stores.
So at home, not much other options left, I tried to install Windows XP from a CD that I had for some time now. After it booted up from DVD-Writer, if finished loading up the cd files and suddenly stopped by a blue screen error containing this error code 0x0000007B.
I searched on net for this error code, found out it could happen due to boot sector virus, or malfunctioned boot drive or lack of proper drivers.
I am seeking help due to this problem. Please Help. Thanks in Advance.
[ The CD I am using, is a genuine one and I've used it to install XP to my previous PC. I've tried connecting my old harddisk [which has Xp installed] to my new system, It still results in the same blue screen error. I know the XP is obsolete now, but I'm just trying it before taking it to the professionals. ]
Edited by hamluis, 25 October 2016 - 11:19 AM.
Moved from System Building to XP - Hamluis.