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    STOP: 0x00000007

    I have a Laptop that gives STOP: 0x00000007 error in pci.sys when booting from a Windows XP CD!

    Is it fscked?

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    try another cd?

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    Tried an external CDROM?
    Memory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by somabc View Post
    I have a Laptop that gives STOP: 0x00000007 error in pci.sys when booting from a Windows XP CD!

    Is it fscked?

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    how about entering the stop code into here www.microsoft.com/support

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    The CD is fine, I was going to reinstall Windows on it as it had been restarting probably with the same error. I think there is a hardware problem? The Laptop is less than a year old, Memory is being checked now but appears fine. Sigh another Warranty return.

    0x00000007: INVALID_SOFTWARE_INTERRUPT
    It indicates a level not within the software range

    ????
    Last edited by somabc; 14th October 2008 at 01:22 PM.

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    I would say Hard Drive is an easy place to start, just try one from a different laptop.

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    SATA hard drive?

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    Washing Detergent ?

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    Its a Toshiba Satellite Pro A100 PSAPPE with an IDE HD

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    Try disabling AHCI in BIOS.

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    Is it at least an SP2 integrated CD?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeterW View Post
    Is it at least an SP2 integrated CD?
    Ah, no ....

    No Service Packs at all!

    Time to slipstream some service packs?
    Last edited by somabc; 14th October 2008 at 02:42 PM.

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    Ahh try with one that has SP2 integrated I'm sure that will sort you out.

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    Can you integrate SP3 into Vanilla or do you have to integrate SP2, then SP3?

    Edit nevermind just did SP2, then SP3 seems to have worked alright.
    Last edited by somabc; 14th October 2008 at 02:47 PM.

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    Its cumulative so you could go straight to SP3 if you wanted.

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