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Hey guys,

I just got a new Aspire Dreamer II case and I just transplanted all my parts into it the other night. I tried booting up but received the cursed blue screen of death.

Here are the parameters:

STOP: 0X0000007B (0xF88B6640, oxC0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)

I tried a number of things including repairing the operating system by booting from the windows XP disc. I also tried completely rewiring everything... it's driving me crazy and Im stuck.

Here are the system Specs:

AMD Athlon 2600+ 333FSB
512mb PC3200
Soyo Dragon Ultra KT400
Maxtor 80gb (master)
Western Digital 40gb (slave)
DVD-RW (master)
16X DVD (slave)
GeForce 4 Ti4600
Soundblaster Live 5.1 X-Gamer

If you need any other information please ask!

Thank you,

Steve
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There wasn't any code or text afterwards. I checked out the first link and the only reply was to do a repair installation of windows XP which I've already tried. As for Microsofts links they suggest creating a new partition and reformatting. I just did that, and man is it a pain in the ass.
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With all the 0X0000007B error posts on the ms website, I was hoping you might be able to find something less painful than creating a new partition, OH WELLLLL -  typical Microsoft.  Good Luck.  Post if you need any more "HELP??"
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Thanks LeeTutor and Computer101
Why do I keep thinking your a bot? ha.
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