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    Quote Originally Posted by NooNoo
    Welcome to Windrivers akshay

    Have you tested your ram as suggested in the post above yours?
    Ram tested the tests were negative so i guess my RAM is fine

    What baffles me more is the fact that the last time my system showed the "page fault in non_paged area" error windows was just starting. Isnt that error related to virtual memory ??

    @OMGmissinglink
    yea i guess i do have the option of running on single processor
    i will check that out
    the pci.sys error occcurs once i try to repair my windows
    i guess the XP CD i have is XP Pro without SP2

    i have asked my frnd for the XP SP2 CD untill then i am trying to solve my other two problems
    any insights on that my frnds ??

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    OK, I would start looking at the hard disk - full diagnostics available from the manufacturer and replace the cables to the hard drive and the cd/dvd drive.

    You said every executable was corrupt, how about say a video file?
    Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly."

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    Quote Originally Posted by NooNoo
    OK, I would start looking at the hard disk - full diagnostics available from the manufacturer and replace the cables to the hard drive and the cd/dvd drive.

    You said every executable was corrupt, how about say a video file?
    video file is fine

    I downloaded Vmware recently and the installer got corrupt
    then i tried to download VLC Media Player and some Messenger
    both gave me a weird NSIS error

    i downloaded something frm windows site .... it works fine

    i am confused

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    So did you run the disk diagnostics yet?

    Are your windows updates all done?
    Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly."

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    I need a solution

    Hi, I'm the newest victim of the blue screen error:
    0x0000007e (0xC0000005, 0xf748e0bf, 0xf78da208, 0xf78d9f08) pci.sys

    I have a Dell XPS
    Core 2 Duo 2.33 Ghz
    2 Ghz (667) RAM
    160 GB SATA 7200 RPM HD Western Digital

    Now, I've been threw the full diagnostic. My RAM is good, I've disabled
    the Core 2 Duo to a single, I've tried to intall Win XP Pro and Win XP Pro SP1
    and still have the blue screen.

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    Welcome to Windrivers Bnada

    Did the Dell XPS originally come with Vista?

    You need to install XP SP2 - you can slipstream SP2 into your XP disc using the instructions here

    You will need the SATA drivers on a floppy disk or learn how to add them to your XP disk.
    Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly."

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    Thumbs up Thank NooNoo

    Coincidentally, I found a website talking about slipstreaming about 35 minutes
    after I posted my problem. The directions that the site gave me were some-
    what confusing considering the instructions stopped in the middle and I had
    to guess my way threw the rest. But, I guessed right. I just wanted to thank
    you for responding so soon.

    B

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    Glad it's sorted.
    Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly."

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    Folks, just use another WIN XP media...it works!!!

    haVE A NICE DAY.

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    stop message pci.sys 0x000007e

    I have hppavilion dv2700 with vista home premium. but i like to downgrade winxpprofessional. when I try to install winxp following this error appeared on the screen." stop: 0x000007E PCI.SYS" plese can you give me any instant answer step by step?

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    Welcome to Windrivers Sulaiman Kader

    Exactly which version of XP are you using. If it's XP with Service Pack 1 or just XP, you will have to create an XP SP2 cd.
    Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly."

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    I just finished putting brand new hardware in my mother's work computer (old 2.2Ghz P4 we built 7 years ago), and I was very surprised to find the same error pop up on my screen as the OP.

    *** STOP: 0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0xF748E0BF, 0xF78DA208, 0xF78D9F08)
    *** pci.sys - Address F748E0BF base at F7487000, DateStamp 3b7b855c

    The desktop I have now I built a year after we built my mother's system, and the OEM XP Pro disc I got for it is exactly the same as hers (except for the CD key), but I've reformatted and replaced hard drives in my system numerous times and not once have I seen this error appear until just now. I slipstreamed SP2 and tried it again, but the same error came up; I've been through the BIOS and everything looks good, and I even removed all the extra PCI cards just to see if that was triggering it but came up with squat. If we didn't have her origional hard drive with her origional data and windows parody this would be a major issue, but thankfully I can just plug her old drive in and she can survive for now.

    Is there anything else I need to be looking at to solve this issue? I saw you recommend a few others in this thread to check their memory and video, but they had a different error code than I did so I didn't know if I should as well. Thanks for the input in advance!!

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    Hello Mobious: have you looked through this routine yet?:

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/330182

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    Did you resolve this yet Mobious?
    Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly."

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    Angry help!

    I just rebuilt my PC using all new hardware.

    Biostar g31-m7 te motherboard
    4gb ram
    wd 500 gb hd
    and purchased an OEM WinXP Pro SP2 disk. (lost my original XP Pro disk)

    I have not formatted the hd yet, but I tried to install and keep getting the stop error you all are talking about. How do I fix this problem?

    The PC is completely new with no software installed. Do I need to format my HD first or simply get the xp disk to install?

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