1. Posts : 1
    Windows 7 64bit


    I'm getting (STOP: 0x0000007E)


    This is driving me crazy, I cant even get it into safe mode.
    I got my PC as a custom build last year, don't know what all the components are, I'm uber new to soft/hardware and she was running windows 7.
    It was working fine when I moved out of my house, but trying to boot her up again isn't going anywhere. I have a laptop and so only used this for the Sims, didn't download anything besides Avast and just used an external to keep my stuff on.
    I opened her up to make sure nothing got loose and it doesn't seem so, I'd try to check the drivers as I've seen for BPH, but she goes BSOD right after a prompt or stays on the load windows screen.

    No back up or discs for this, rookie mistake that will never be done again.

    I have a secondary PC that works just fine, could I just take the BSOD hard drive and add it to my secondary or do I have to replace the secondary hd with my BSOD hd?
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    Posts : 35,373
    Microsoft Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview 64-bit
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