Learn About The Windows Error Code 0x0000007b And Its Troubleshooting Techniques.

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Hi. When I was working on my PC, I suddenly encountered the Windows error code 0x0000007b. Can you list out a few troubleshooting techniques?

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Learn About The Windows Error Code 0x0000007b And Its Troubleshooting Techniques.

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Hi. The Windows error code 0x0000007b tells about the failure error codes related to drivers. When this error is encountering, you cannot access to your device. It becomes an inaccessible device. It can be resolved by a few techniques. Some of them are by configuring the windows with a good configuration, which is done from the advanced boot options, by removing the viruses from boot sector which can be done by scanning, followed by booting by using the feature of start up repair and much more.

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Learn About The Windows Error Code 0x0000007b And Its Troubleshooting Techniques.

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Error “0x0000007B” is technically related to the access of the operating system to the system partition or system drive during startup which can only happen on a fully operational operating system. This error code is displayed when you encounter BSOD or blue screen of death. The full error reads, “STOP: 0x0000007B”, which appears in BSOD.

This code means Microsoft Windows has lost access or cannot access the system partition during startup. The system partition is the partition or drive where Windows is installed, usually drive C. Aside from the “0x0000007B” code, you may also see “INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE” on the blue screen error. If you encounter this error, the first thing you should do is restart your computer because the error is probably just a glitch.

If the error appears again, restart your computer using the “Last Known Good Configuration” setting. Restart your computer then press F8 before the Windows logo appears. In “Advanced Options Menu”, select “Last Known Good Configuration” then press Enter twice to boot your system with this setting. See if this fixes the problem. Also, make sure your hard drive is installed properly.

Check the cables connected at the back of your hard drive inside the CPU. Try disconnecting the ribbon cable and the power cable and then connect them back. But before doing this make sure your computer is turned off and unplugged from the power outlet.

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