It suggests a hardware failure. I have also seen (older) machines bluescreen if they were not shutdown properly, for example after a powercut.
General causes of "STOP 0x0000007F" errors
Any ideas why we're suddenly getting the above blue screen when certain machines are trying to load XP?
They were initially working fine and have Deep Freeze on them so it is unlikely the students could have buggered them up, running memory checks on them now but so far the memory seems to be fine.
Don't fancy having to image them if there is a deeper problem!
Every time I wander past a classroom I spot the odd machine doing this now!
It is concerning me quite a bit as surely random machines from random batches from random years can all have hardware failure at the same time?!
Is it Friday yet?!
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