Given to nine Compaq 7700, BSoD, boot XP infinite loop, can't even get past the black screen to enter Windows. STOP: 0X0000007E (0XC0000005, 0XF773B15F, 0XF78D2520, 0XF78D221C)

Help.

I just got a refurbished Compaq 7700. It has Windows XP for drives of the refurbished computers.

I try to boot from the hard drive (HD) and infinite loops, it is never past the initial home screen (black with blue status bar).

I can't open the safe or the HD mode, it freezes at kmxstart.sys and then restarts again.

Original title: given to nine Compaq 7700, BSoD, boot XP infinite loop, can't even get past the black screen, to enter Windows.

I tried to boot from the disk and created Windows appears, then load the files, but then automatically tries to start Windows (without repair option). It then jumps to the BSoD with error code (after advice to verify sufficient disk space, to disable the driver identified, to change video cards, BIOS updates...)

STOP: 0X0000007E (0XC0000005, 0XF773B15F, 0XF78D2520, 0XF78D221C)

Usbccgp.sys - address F773B15F base at F7737000, DateStamp 480254d 2

Apparently, this driver is a printer driver? I don't have a printer, but do not know how to disable it without access to windows.

I got a new Philips 18.5 "monitor, an optical mouse and a keyboard with it.

My guess is that the screen is the problem, because it was full again when I received and therefore not tested with the system before shipping. Not sure about the mouse and the keyboard.

I tried a few options in the BIOS screen as well, but no dice.

Help! Before shipping the brand new...

I thank you and have a wonderful new year.

Craig.

Howdy Daavee and Shekhar,

I hope that your day is going well.

It turns out that it was the hard drive, it was defective. The new unit arrived and it works beautifully. Thank you very much for all you help. I wish you a happy new year.

Craig.

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