Solving Bsod 07e Windows 7

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Hello, I was hoping someone could solve the problem with my Windows 7 64-bit problem. The new build kit looks like this. Asus P7H55-M professional card, xfx hd5670 graphics processor, Intel Core Seven 860 S1156 processor, 4 GB of RAM, 1 TB Seagate SATA drive. I especially have a BSOD when I start the computer. This usually means that the four segments of the Windows emblem are moving.

The PC can then enter a resuscitation loop to make repairs or start normally. Repair does not usually work permanently. The BSOD is displayed STOP: 0X0000007E (0XFFFFFFFFC0000005, 0XFFFFF80001EA3B74, 0XFFFFF88002316968, 0XFFFFF880023161C0) I’m pretty sure it’s a hardware issue, because I even reinstalled this notebook twice, every time the hard drive is reformatted and this problem continues to occur.

I even think I have the latest drivers for all the pieces. Incidentally, my Jewish calendar month is Trend Net Security 2010. I was able to create a DMP file, but I’m not smart enough to include it in the current message. Please help me fix bsod 07e Windows 7!

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Solving Bsod 07e Windows 7


To resolve this issue I performed these techniques:

1. In Safe Mode: Uninstall AHCI One.0 Serial ATA Daily Controller (or Intel Serial ATA Controller).

2. In traditional mode, install the latest driver for the SATA controller from the Intel website (my driver is a five-port, six-port Intel AHCI SATA controller)

3. Restart

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