STOP: 0x0000007e. pci.sys - Address F76130BF base at F760C000, Datestamp 3b7d855c

Laptop

Laptop
Laptop computer Forums (Audio, General Hardware, Video)

STOP: 0x0000007e. pci.sys - Address F76130BF base at F760C000, Datestamp 3b7d855c

  • Hi Techs!
     
    I have a Dell Latitude D620 laptop on which I am trying to install Windows XP Pro. The files are copied over to the harddisk without any problem and then comes the STOP error:
     
    STOP: 0x0000007e.  pci.sys - Address F76130BF base at F760C000, Datestamp 3b7d855c.
     
    No new hardware has been added to the system. Diagnostics have been run without any errors.
     
    What could be the reason behind this problem?
     
    Best regards,
     
    Aguambo
     
     
  • Thanks. The solution was too create a slip stream installation of XP that includes SP2. Everything works fine now.

     

    N.

  • I am getting this exact same error when trying to perform a RIS installation of a D620 image and I can't seem to get past it.

    EDIT:  I should probably be a little more clear.

    I've gotten past the NIC issue and am able to connect to the RIS server, it starts to copy the setup files for the image and gets to the point where it says "setup is starting Windows" but then pops to the blue screen with the error.

    Any suggestions would be welcome.

    dph

    Message Edited by dhahnbgrdc on 09-07-200601:23 PM

  • Is your image updated with the latest drivers and Windows Updates?

    My Video Blog on PC Repair http://jasonthepcmd.blogspot.com

    My Youtube Channel http://www.youtube.com/jasonthepcmd

  • My laptop "image" is before I riprep and send it to the server, but the original CD used for the RIS setup was XP SP1 and I'm not seeing a way to upgrade it, nor do I have a VL CD with SP2, just the upgrade CD's and it won't let me use an upgrade CD.

    I fear I may be hosed for now, but if you have ideas please share.

    Thanks,

    dph

  • Cant you slipstream the disc and remaster it?

    My Video Blog on PC Repair http://jasonthepcmd.blogspot.com

    My Youtube Channel http://www.youtube.com/jasonthepcmd

  • I'm not sure how to do that, but will look it up.

    Thank you for your help.

    dph