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

    Hope someone can help.

    I installed a new mobo (gigabyte GA-EP43-UD3L) Systems starts and installs window XP, but window will not start. System shuts down with a Stop error 0x0000007B. advise to remove new HD or HD controllers, and to verify HD is properly configured.
    I have a bootable Windows XP disk, SP1.

    I started the computer with no HD connected and got the same result.

    I purchased a new HD - WD 500GB - SATA and have the same problem.


    Any advise in helping me locate the problem would be appreciated.

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

    Please give us more computer information of hardware you are using? What type of harddrive? Also how much memory are you using? Any and all information will be helpful to assist you.
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    Default Re: windows shuts down, will not boot, stop error 0x0000007b

    http://forums.tweaktown.com/gigabyte...ench-test.html
    http://www.gigabyte-usa.com/FileList...ios_qflash.pdf
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    Default Re: windows shuts down, will not boot, stop error 0x0000007b

    Haven't read it but I hope it'll be for a help,
    Advanced troubleshooting for "Stop 0x0000007B" errors in Windows XP
    Have you connected the L of SATA cable to the HD?
    Have you loaded BIOS optimized defults?
    Did Windows installation complete or did it stop after the reboot?
    What Windows XP installation CD you have? (SP1/SP2/SP3, or no service pack?)
    Are both HDs that you had the problem with SATA or was the first one IDE?

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

    Thanks for the reply.

    The Mobo is a gigabyte GA-EP43-UD3L Inte P43 Socket 775
    The HD id WD 500GB SATA
    Windows XP SP1
    4096 Corsair DDR2 800 MHZ
    Intel core 2 duo E7400 2.8Hz 3mb 1066 FSB CPU


    Thanks for the link on Stop error, i think I already tried that but I will review and try again.

    Thanks

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

    Its probably your RAM or Settings. The First thing you need to do is download Memtest 86+ V2.11 and burn the Bootable ISO to a CD and boot that CD. Run Memtest for at least several Passes on your ram. That will determine if your Memory is setup and ok.
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    Default Re: windows shuts down, will not boot, stop error 0x0000007b

    You haven't said if it failed during installation or after installation completed.
    If Installationm fails, then you probably need what to follow the instructions under Device Driver Issues in that link.

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

    RichUD3L Windows XP SP1 will not install with 4GB of memory you must install it with 2GB and after running windows update in Windows to SP3 you then can reinstall the other 2GB. You may want to download and install your motherboard updated drivers from here----> http://www.gigabyte.com.tw/Support/M...t=xp#anchor_os
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    Default Re: windows shuts down, will not boot, stop error 0x0000007b

    Thats a good point artdrivers. Even vista before sp1 be it 64bit or what not didnt like 4+gb of ram during install.
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    Default Re: windows shuts down, will not boot, stop error 0x0000007b

    If that's the issue tyou're experiencing, you can create an XP install CD that has your choice of service pack integrated into it (Slipstreamed). This envolves applying the service pcak to the setup files, which will then give a complete SP2/3 install when run.

    Instructions on how are here: Slipstreaming Windows XP Service Pack 3 and Create Bootable CD - HelpWithWindows.com

    Note that making a copy of your install CD is perfectly legal. The thing you've bought from Microsoft is the right to use the Product Key, nothing more. OFC hang on to your original CD and your COA, but using the slipstreamed disc is fine. I say this because I've had loads of people who don't understand this accuse me of piracy. Not so much on the net, but IRL.
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