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I uninstall antivirus from  my windows 2003 enterprise server, on restarting, it show error at the point keyboard blink. The error is  0x0000007e (0xc0000005, 0xf767a132, 0xF789A728, 0xF789A424)

How do I revive my server?
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Question by:Adabara2009
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by:Andre Thibodeau
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Try pressing F8 on boot and select last known good.

Here is a link that may help.

http://www.petri.co.il/last_known_good_in_windows_2000_xp_2003.htm#

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by:Adabara2009
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Last known good that works does not work, safe mode did not work, Repair installation will complete successfully and then crash during booting at the same point before the repair installation.
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Hi Adabara,

Sounds like you have a difficult issue.  Can you get the system running in any configuration?   Like Safe mode with command prompt?

To resolve your issue you may need additional onsite help from an IT Professional, or call up Microsoft.

Get yourself a diags boot cd and test your hardware.  Some servers will have these utilities built in.  Maybe you have a hardware issue.

Here is some links and ideas that will guide you on getting the system up.  These are for XP, however 2003 is similar.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/330182

You may want to look at loading up the recovery console from your CD so you can access the file system.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/314058/

Then you can try and recover the system config files.  
Make sure you back up your current config.  Also note, that if your installation is an OEM build take note of the warning in the document.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/307545

If still will not start, you can try a the repair process again using the boot CD, with the repaired config files.

What kind of AV software did you remove?  What roles is this server servicing in your environment? I can recall a similar situation we had with a client few years back when they uninstalled Symantec AV on there Exchange Server.  And it was a pain to get up and running.

When you see the stop error, is there any other information on the screen?  Is a dump or minidump file getting created?  Use the recovery console to look for the dump files.  There are tools available to read the dump files and may guide you in resolving the issue.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315263


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