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BSOD

By Zimm7
Apr 22, 2014
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  1. 0x0000007B (0xF78D2524, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)

    This only happened because I didn't realize my computer went into hibernation and I was trying to turn it on then this happens and it just keep rebooting
     
  2. Trillionsin

    Trillionsin TS Evangelist Posts: 1,324   +137

    Your hard drive might be fried. :( This is in the worst of scenarios....

    How capable are you? Can you get into your PC and try to disconnect the main HDD that contains the OS? Probably the only hard drive in your PC. Unless you've added another, which then you should be aware of which is which.

    Try to disconnect the drive, and see if you can access the BIOS. You could try accessing the BIOS before you disconnect the drive, also. Look for the listing were it says SATA: (Lists the drive which you have)

    If it does not list any drives other than your optical drive, this may help verify that your hard drive has failed.

    Post back with anything you have tried.
     
  3. Zimm7

    Zimm7 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Sorry for the delay I have been very busy. But I forgot to mention that I got the blue screen because I was trying to see if I could fix it with my window xp 2000 cd because I thought it was a boot error. I didn't see anything that said to fix or recover. After that it started to load some stuff then when it finished I got the blue screen. So I was wounded if is it a boot error or it's my hardware because that sounds serious :(

    I need my pc
     
  4. Zimm7

    Zimm7 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I disconnected my hdd I don't know if I'm looking in the right area I went to devices and I see a section that says ATA drivers setup is that the right place?
     
  5. Trillionsin

    Trillionsin TS Evangelist Posts: 1,324   +137

    If you dont know if you are doing something right with the hardware, please dont. I do not recommend it if you are inexperienced. Reconnect whatever you disconnected. Go into the BIOS and see if your hard drive is listed under the PATA or SATA devices/drives. You should have looked before disconnecting, I mentioned this out of order, my bad.

    Your reply brings up a new point... Please list off the model and operating system of your PC. If you are talking about loading up a Windows 2000 (or XP, different operating system) CD on it to try to fix it, I'm wondering if this isnt just a sign you should upgrade, whether you are running 2000, or XP...
     
  6. Zimm7

    Zimm7 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Oh my bad I didn't explained what I meant. I took my hdd out then went into bios and wasn't sure if I was looking in the right place when I look In ATA Drives Setup. But I plugged back in my hdd and went back into bios and got this if it's any help.

    CPU Type Intel (R) Core (TM) 2 Duo CPU E8400 @ 3.00GHz
    CPU Speed 3.00 GHz
    CPU Bus Speed 1333 MHz
    CPU Core Count 2 of 2 Enabled
    Installed Memory 2048
    Memory Bus Speed 1067 MHz
    Active Video Intel (r) Eaglelake Graphic Chip Accelerated VGA BIOS
    Onboard Audio Enabled
    Onboard Ethernet Enabled
    Fan 1 Operating
    SATA Drive 0 250GB SATA1
    SATA Drive 1 Other ATAPI
    SATA Drive 3 None
     
  7. Trillionsin

    Trillionsin TS Evangelist Posts: 1,324   +137

    Oh good. Good news is that it looks as if your bios still reads your hard drive. 250gb?

    Next well need to know what operating system.
     
  8. Zimm7

    Zimm7 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    It's a Lenovo
     
  9. mailpup

    mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 6,980   +362

    Zimm7, an example of an operating system would be Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit.
     
  10. Zimm7

    Zimm7 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Oh I forgot to mention that. windows xp/2000 32-bit.
     
  11. mailpup

    mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 6,980   +362

    But which one? Windows XP or Windows 2000?
     
  12. Zimm7

    Zimm7 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Windows xp
     
  13. Trillionsin

    Trillionsin TS Evangelist Posts: 1,324   +137

    Thank you. This information is critical and in order to properly assist you in any troubleshooting we will need some of these details, and we'll need to know them for a fact. Unless you want to provide the rest of the requested information then I'm done. I appreciate your efforts mailpup, you've been doing this much longer than myself. lol.

    Zimm, it seems you have a good hard drive at this point. Your easiest route is to probably buy a new PC, because what you'd need to do to fix your PC may be beyond your abilities, and I really hope you dont take that personally and get offended, because I'm prematurely judging, and just being blunt so that nobody has to waste anymore time (you or myself.)

    (The other information requested was the model of your PC. "Lenovo" helps a little, but we need the full model number in some scenarios.)
     
  14. Zimm7

    Zimm7 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    6234A1U
     
  15. Trillionsin

    Trillionsin TS Evangelist Posts: 1,324   +137

    Reinstall Windows
     
  16. Zimm7

    Zimm7 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Ok but basically that's what I was trying to do. The blue screen was preventing me from doing so. Well thanks for the help anyway.
     
    Last edited: Apr 29, 2014
  17. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,244   +234

    This was most likely a hardware failure
     

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