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Windows 7: Blue screen while loading windows disk

20 Mar 2010   #1
Oliv3r90

Windows 7
 
 
Blue screen while loading windows disk

Hey guys,

I've been posting on another thread about some computer issues of mine. Now i am glad to announce you...... I HAVE ANOTHER ONE .

I Can't startup windows 7 becouse everytime the microsoft flag appears my computer reboots without any warning. I thought of trying system restore or startup repair but now the next thing shows up. Whenever i want to boot from my windows 7 disk, again when the microsoft flag should appear i get a blue screen this time. It is giving me the following error code:

0x0000007E (0xc0000005, 0x8bac2d82, 0x83b86a40, 0x83b86620)

I added a photo of the blue screen i'm having. (i should allso tell you that sometimes i get a message on the bottom of my blue screen that PSHED.DLL is corrupt but i don't get it all the time so i don't know wether it is important).

It means that even if a would want to install my windows new that this is impossible becouse it would not even start windows setup. I allready did some things:
1. I flashed the newest version of BIOS to my MOBO.
2. I changed video card as suggested in the blue screen

These actions didn't solve anything. My specs are:
MOBO: Foxconn N5M2AB
Processor: AMD 64 6000+
RAM: 2GB
Videocard: ASUS 8800 GS
Power supply: HKC 450W

I would very much appreciate your help. Thanks


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20 Mar 2010   #2
Capt.Jack Sparrow

Windows 7 Ultimate - 64-bit | Windows 8 Pro - 64-bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Oliv3r90 View Post
Hey guys,

I've been posting on another thread about some computer issues of mine. Now i am glad to announce you...... I HAVE ANOTHER ONE .

I Can't startup windows 7 becouse everytime the microsoft flag appears my computer reboots without any warning. I thought of trying system restore or startup repair but now the next thing shows up. Whenever i want to boot from my windows 7 disk, again when the microsoft flag should appear i get a blue screen this time. It is giving me the following error code:

0x0000007E (0xc0000005, 0x8bac2d82, 0x83b86a40, 0x83b86620)

I added a photo of the blue screen i'm having. (i should allso tell you that sometimes i get a message on the bottom of my blue screen that PSHED.DLL is corrupt but i don't get it all the time so i don't know wether it is important).

It means that even if a would want to install my windows new that this is impossible becouse it would not even start windows setup. I allready did some things:
1. I flashed the newest version of BIOS to my MOBO.
2. I changed video card as suggested in the blue screen

These actions didn't solve anything. My specs are:
MOBO: Foxconn N5M2AB
Processor: AMD 64 6000+
RAM: 2GB
Videocard: ASUS 8800 GS
Power supply: HKC 450W

I would very much appreciate your help. Thanks
Hello,

PSHED.DLL is Platform Specific Hardware Error Driver possibly one of your Hardware has the problem.
  • If you have any External drives or USB anything at all disconnect it and test it.
  • If your using a External Display card try swtiching to the On-board card.
  • Ensure that the machine is adequately cooled i.e. Open the side panel and point a mains fan squarely at the motherboard.
  • Remove the PCI cards and test whether that works like Sound card, T.V. Tuner card, Modem, NIC etc.
  • Try to boot with Windows 7 Disk follow this Tutorial System Recovery Options Try Start up Repair ( 4-5 times ).
  • Also Download MemTest86+ and run a Memory Diagnostic ( Atleast 5 passes )
Hope this helps,
Captain
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