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    pci.sys- 0X07E stop screen on XP install

    Hi. This is my first post here, but I've got a tricky problem installing XP Pro SP1 on a new system and need some help...

    supermicro X6DA8-G2
    3.2GHz 800fsb nocona xeons
    2GB kingston DDR2-400 (1024 x 2)
    3 seagate 15k U320 cheetahs
    pny quadro fx 3400 PCi-E
    (all other pci cards and non-vital peripherals have been removed)

    At the beginning of the install, right after installing my 3rd party adaptec scsi drivers, the install status bar says "starting windows" and, boom, blue screen of death:

    A problem has been detected blah blah blah...

    STOP: 0X0000007E (0XC0000005, 0XF748E0BF, 0XF78DA208, 0XF78D9F08)

    pci.sys - Address F748E0BF base at F7487000, Datestamp 3b7d855c

    I have tried disabling everything possible in BIOS (I believe...) and have flashed the most current BIOS version as well. Everything in the system has been triple checked for proper placement.
    At first I thought this might be a graphics card problem, but it seems to be working perfectly... I say that because after trying two separate genuine full version win xp pro disks, I tried installing an old copy win 2000 pro and everything worked flawlessly!! ...went through with win 2k and added all other hardware and updated drivers with no problems at all.

    Anybody have an idea why XP pro is throwing this stop screen?
    Could it still be bad hardware when, with Win 2k, the system works no problem?

    Thanks!

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    using an xp pro sp1 disk made it work... before i was using just xp pro no sp1... tricky

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    Welcome to Windrivers hughesga

    Yes, slipstreamed sp1 or sp2 often solves odd problems
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    Thanks for this thread.

    I too have been having this problem with a similar setup:
    2 x 3.0ghz Xeons.
    X6DA8-G2.
    2 x 512meg Crucial memory.

    Stopped on the same driver, but at a differn't memory location.

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    luckily microsoft has made slipstreaming winxp or 2000 and service packs an easy way to solve these problems... and save some time with installs as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheAnimus
    Thanks for this thread.

    I too have been having this problem with a similar setup:
    2 x 3.0ghz Xeons.
    X6DA8-G2.
    2 x 512meg Crucial memory.

    Stopped on the same driver, but at a differn't memory location.
    Welcome to Windrivers TheAnimus

    What isn't clear from your post is whether you have got it fixed or if you still need some help?
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    WinXP Pro pre SP1 Install

    I am having the pci.sys error with XP pro install. I have a pre SP1 WIn XP Pro install disk. Could anyone tell me if I can make an XPpro CD with SP1 added to the install disk?

    Thanks for any help!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mvonbrock
    I am having the pci.sys error with XP pro install. I have a pre SP1 WIn XP Pro install disk. Could anyone tell me if I can make an XPpro CD with SP1 added to the install disk?

    Thanks for any help!!
    You can go to this link for easy directions on making an slipstream disk:

    http://www.msfn.org/articles.php?act...showarticle=49

    and you can go to this site to download sp2
    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en
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    Please Help!

    So I did what was posted here. I created a XP Pro SP2 disk and all using nlite. That part worked flawlessly.

    However here is the problem: Even though I get past the "blue screen of death" which occured after Windows tried "Starting Windows" , for some reason Windows is telling me that I CAN NOT install XP to a disk that is connected to a PC card.

    Is anyone else having this problem?

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    cant install XP pro

    hi i have the same blue screen of death error...

    i just bought a new PC:
    P4 3.0ghz (800 fsb) em64, HT
    intel sorento board
    1gig DDR2 ram
    80gig Maxtor Hdd
    writer etc

    removed all extra companents ....

    when installing XP i get the blue screen of death error pci.sys and a date stamp - 3b78d55c

    i have removed unused bios for a clean install tried everything but ive been stuck like this for a week now when installing Linux Mandriva it works fine any help...

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    Hello...

    This morning I arrived and had the same problem!!!!!

    Blue Screen on both restarting windows (after flag entrance, crashed)...

    Tried using the Windows XP SP2 cd and it crashed while loading windows... Same memory address and the pci.sys indication...

    I have a
    - DUal Core Intel on a Dell with
    - 2GB of memory...
    - DVD-RW
    - CD-RW

    I'm going to try removing one by one...

    Marcello Sales

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    pci.sys - Address F75750BF

    I had built my first PC. when I tried to install Windos XP i got the blue screen with the error below. I tried to load the slipstream SP1 SP2 then run. Still got the same error. I tried to look this up on Microsoft support but they had nothing. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thanks...

    STOP: 0X0000007E (0XC0000005, 0XF75750BF, 0XF798520C, 0XF7984F0C)

    pci.sys - Address F75750BF base at F756E000, Datestamp 3b7d855c
    Last edited by exnavyus; July 22nd, 2007 at 01:35 AM. Reason: forgot to add information.

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    Welcome to Windrivers exanvyus

    you need to read this and carry out the checks listed. You can test your ram with a downloadable, bootable iso from memtest86+
    Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly."

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    sorry to bump this thread but i have a similar problem

    i have a intel core 2 duo (D945GCcr)
    1GB RAM
    260 GB HDD
    DVD RW
    CD RW

    ok the thing is apart from the pci sys error i have two more complications

    first is i occasionally get a BSOD stating a page fault in non_paged area

    secondly all the executable files am downloading get corrupt once downloaded
    i have scanned my PC for viruses,Adware,Trojans,SPyware no avail

    can all these problems be related ??

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    Welcome to Windrivers akshay

    Have you tested your ram as suggested in the post above yours?
    Never, ever approach a computer saying or even thinking "I will just do this quickly."

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