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    Default Re: windows shuts down, will not boot, stop error 0x0000007b

    I removed 2gb of ram and now have only 2gb installed, same problem
    After review my Xp version is SP0.
    In the Bios set up, the HD is listed @ IDE channel 0 Master

    Any Suggestions?

    Thanks

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    Default Re: windows shuts down, will not boot, stop error 0x0000007b

    My guess it is a driver problem, your XP is old, from what 2002?
    So either you install it during Windows installation (I don't know exactly how it's done,) or create yourself SP3 Installation disk as Psycho101 suggested, or find someone that has it and just use your own serial number.
    Or you can download Windows 7 RC1 which will function untill June next year I think.

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    Default Re: windows shuts down, will not boot, stop error 0x0000007b

    You must run Windows Setup again with 2GB of Memory.
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    Default Re: windows shuts down, will not boot, stop error 0x0000007b

    Thinking you will need a newer version of XP (or create the slipstreamed version as suggested). XP SP0 does not have support for PCI-E video interface.
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    Default Re: windows shuts down, will not boot, stop error 0x0000007b

    Quote Originally Posted by RichUD3L View Post
    0x0000007B.
    Ahh, the dreaded 7B stop error.

    Sorry I can't be of advice, but I can't install XP SP3 either with my 3ware raid card. I created a nlite slipstream install with my 3ware drivers slipstreamed into the cd, and Windows XP blue screens with this error.

    Very frustrating, as I was hoping to dual boot XP / 7.

    If you figure it out, let us know how ... thanks.

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    Default Re: windows shuts down, will not boot, stop error 0x0000007b

    Yes, you will need at least a XP with SP1 or later on it. If you need some guides on how to slipstream let us know and we can provide you some links.

    Or you can also use Nlite, which there is guides on doing just this at the download site.

    Good luck, but I do believe this is the issue at hand

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