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|21st January 2006, 13:38||#1|
0x0000007B error on XPS
had this error ever since I got my new XPS M170. I never got into windows, so I thought it might be a bad installation. I used the dell diagnostics cd, chkdisk, scandisk, fujitsi diagnostics and finally a fujisti low lvl format and then again a full system check. everything went without errors. then (after 6+ hours of wiping and testing) I was going to reinstall windows... yet again that error!! now while it is loading the hdd/raid drivers (after the 'press F6 to blabla' line).
I also searched on the net for a driver copy from the hdd, but didnt manage to find one. every source stated that winxp already had the driver.
any advice? seems like doa to me though.
|21st January 2006, 15:15||#3|
you probably already saw this one?
here somebody fixed the problem by using checkdsk /p
Normaly there shouldn't be problems, but try checking the BIOS (it can always happen, my dad ones received a server for review that had the L2 cache disabled in the BIOS )
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