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Stop error 0x0000007B on replacement Motherboard.

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This is my first post, so sorry in advance for any protocol mistakes,
Here's how it started... My computer was in the process of restarting, it had not gotten to the windows start up screen when I turn the power off to stop the restart. 20 min later I turned on the power and pushed the start button... nothing happened? cut to the case I replaced power supply, computer will still not start, called Asus they said the motherboard flaked out ( Asus - P5gd2 ) I replaced it with a P5w DH Deluxe. I plugged all the old components back in. Asus tech state the OS should boot with out issue. Computer POST fine see all the drives... gets to the windows did not start successfully...
I choose "Safe Mode". Windows loads up to ...drivers\MUP.sys then
Blue screen
stop 0x0000007B ( 0xF78A6524, 0xC0000034, 0x000000000, 0x00000000)
I've tried every thing in this post.
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Operating_Systems/WinXP/Q_20925749.html?query=0x000007B+Blue+Screen+Error&clearTAFilter=true
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sorry, read here, may it helps.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324103
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Thanks, I had read that article and it didn't helping.
When I did my first chkdsk /p it found two issue, but I still get the errors.
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You most likely need to repair install XP

Replace Motherboard on a Windows XP System
http://www.theeldergeek.com/replace_motherboard.htm

How to replace the motherboard on a computer that is running Windows Server 2003, Windows XP, or Windows 2000
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/824125
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Well here's where I stand...
I gave in and chose "To repair the selected Windows installation".
I no longer get the blue screen. I just get the windows start up splash screen. It will not get past that.
Any ideas?
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by:zehren
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Hey, hey, hey!
Hold the phone... upon a forced restore it appears to be going through the windows installation.
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sweeeet.....

*crossing fingers*
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by:zehren
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As my good friend Sponge Bob says,
I'm a Very Happy Sponge!!!
It worked... It took 3X long on all the steps, so I had to be patient. NO forced restart!
See as my computer is at the login prompt will log off this one and try using my own.
Thank you very much!
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