Stop error 0x7E

By cecilled
Oct 15, 2008
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  1. Managing PC that recieve stop error 0x0000007E (0xC0000005,0x806EE753,0xF96BDC28,0xF96BD924) happen times two about month apart run sfc and chkdisk no errors noted. As noted through guide need to run memtest and will do so this afternoon but since I already have the debuglog from minidump of 09/09 and 10/10 I thought I would post to see if guru might see something obvious in debuglog. I noted many references to fltmgr but my research seems to indicate that this is problably due to a driver type error that I am not able to recognize.

    Please advise
    All help much appreciated
  2. cecilled

    cecilled Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Dummy me

    Forgot to include zip files

    Too excited about first post

    Thanks again
  3. cecilled

    cecilled Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    memtest

    I did complete memtest passes last night 500 passes no errors. Any ideas suggestions appreciated
  4. kimsland

    kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 18,353

    Well it can be software as well
    Especially software like daemon tools or Norton Antivirus
    If you have these type of software packages (actually I think you have AVG) please uninstall them (Even AVG)

    Confirm all your Drivers (from your Manufacture's support page, are up to date
    Including Service Packs for Windows

    If all this has been done, but you still receive Stop errors, go back and run Memtest again
  5. cecilled

    cecilled Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    Since this error is spaced so far apart is it advisable to uninstall my AVG antivirus, or is this to be an uninstall then reinstall. I will check all driver updates and ensure that WIN XP pro is up to date. I can live with intermittent crashes as long as the hardware is not endangered of failing this PC has some rather sensitive data. I am backing up documents regular but am uneasy related to the system crashing and data being unavailable.
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