I can't start windows normally or in safe mode. I can't fix with the cd.

It shows me the following error * STOP: oxoooooo7B (0xF78DA63C, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) and she advised me to check a lot of different things, but since I can't boot into windows I can't do. Can someone help me, please?

  • You have problems with programs: windows xp sp3
  • Error messages: * STOP: oxoooooo7B (0xF78DA63C, 0xC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
  • Recent changes made to your computer: no
  • What you have already tried to solve the problem: fix with the windows cd

You have indicated that you have not changed anything on your machine recently. Not auto-updates, no software, no hardware changes?

If nothing changed, it's most likely a problem with your hard drive. If there is data that you need to retrieve the disk, you will need to connect it to another computer (which starts from another drive), and then see if it goes up the player and lets get down your data. If you do not have another machine available to connect the reader to draw your data you can buy a new drive and installs windows on it then connect the wrong disc and remove the data. Once you have the data off you can reformat the hard disk and reinstall windows and then copy your data on it. If this does not work, you can have a bad drive. If it is still under warranty, you can check with the manufacturer to determine what are the RMA procedures.

If it is not under warranty, or if you do not want to disturb the repairs, and you can't make it work with the operating system you can still be able to use it as a data drive but do not depend on it too strongly because it most likely just eventually come out completely.

IF you couldn't get your data, and it is absolutely essential for you to have, you may need to contact a company specialized in data recovery. They are usually pretty good at it but make sure you use a good knowledge/reputable company.

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    Windows Vista 32-bit

    Intel core 2 duo T5450 processor

    1.66 GHz

    disk SATA 250 GB hard drive

    17 '' display, mobile intel graphics X 3100 accl with 64 MB - 251 MB dynamically allocated shared graphics memory

    Hello

    Method 1:

    Access the link below and try to perform a startup repair, which could help us solve the problem.
    http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/925810

    Method 2:

    If the problem persists after you complete the Startup Repair, try to perform a system restore.

    un) Insert the installation disc.

    Note

    The computer must be configured to start from a CD or a DVD. For more information on the configuration of the computer to start from a CD or a DVD, see the documentation provided with your computer.

    (b) restart the computer. To do this, click Start, click the arrow next to the button lock and then click on restart.

    Note

    If you cannot restart the computer by using this method, use the power button to turn off the computer. Then, turn the computer back on.

    (c) set your preferred language and then click Next.

    Note

    In most cases, the Startup Repair process starts automatically, and you do not have to select in the System Recovery Options menu.

    (d) click on repair your computer.

    (e) in the System Recovery Options dialog box, click the operating system you want to repair, and then click Next.

    (f) in the System Recovery Options menu, click System Restore.

    (g) in the System Restore dialog box, click on choose a different restore point and then click Next

    (h) in the list of restore points, click a restore point created before you started having the problem, and then click Next.

    (i) click Finish.

    The computer restarts and system files and settings are back to the State they were in when the restore point was created.

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