STOP 0x0000007E after upgrading RAM

0x0000007E occurs when Windows crashes to prevent serious damage to your computer. Blue Screens are a sign of a critical system problem that may result in system corruption or even data loss. That is why 0x0000007E should be resolved as soon as possible.

If you are not a computer expert use the following first-aid solution:
Blue screen error codes like STOP 0x0000007E after upgrading RAM throw up only with a grave reason for it. In case your machine cannot disroot all such plagues it should throw up a blue screen. Paying attention this type of issues promptly boosts the possibility of efficacious Windows restoring.

STOP 0x0000007E after upgrading RAM: Currently In Review

User Name: Gerald | Added On: 1.14.12 | Urgency Level: low
Problem: Troubleshooting Stop error messages that may occur when you try ...
Case Summary:
Hey, my boyfriend just got a new motherboard/CPU, video card, and some RAM, and after installing them, he keeps getting an error. Continue..>>
Expert Comments Name: Williams
System Restore tool, and Last Known Good Configuration, could be made use of.
User Name: Stella | Added On: 11.24.9 | Urgency Level: low
Problem: RAM Failure -
Case Summary:
STOP 0x0000007E often occurs when you install more than 2 RAM modules on a computer with a 64 bit Vista. First of all, make sure the motherboard supports that memory size. STOP 0x0000007E after Windows XP Upgrade. Continue..>>
Expert Comments Name: Julius
Provided that BIOS is not just a scary notion to you, you may try turning off memory functions such as shadowing and caching in the BIOS

Critical Windows error STOP 0x0000007E - What Users Answer
  • Provided that you got the system boot disk in supply you might nail the problematic drivers even in the event the laptop is unable to start because of a problem of STOP 0x7E variety , and make an attempt to drive out this type of crash.
  • please give a couple of minutes to our main page for more samples of critical error message of 0x0000007E class
  • to knock-up, start with deleting faulty drivers in Safe Mode provided that you have no possibility to start your laptop in usual mode.
  • was there someting like the name pci.sys in the kernel error text STOP 0x00000050? that will be your case if that is true.
  • rid of keyloggers or viruses aka malicious software!
  • did you set up memory correctly?
  • in the event the OS will start up, resort to System Restore backoff, in the event you don't have the possibility to start run Last Known Good Configuration backoff.
  • Enter BIOS settings so as to try unchecking memory shadowing and\or caching in BIOS

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Repaired by Moses On 1\17\13
What Windows Owners Want To Be Assured Of
Details: Jun 19, 2011 ... Windows 7 BSOD on boot after windows update. No problem. ... STOP: 0x0000007E (0xFFFFFFFFC0000005 ... 12 GB of RAM at 1333 MHz Continue...>>
Rated: very difficult medium popularity Voters: Nelson, Elton, Teddy, More Voters...>>
Repaired by Christian On 12\23\14
In What Manner Can I Trace Down The Issue?
Details: You may receive any of the following Stop error messages when you install Windows Vista. .... Run a memory diagnostics test. ... A "Stop: 0x0000007E" error message or a "Stop: 0x0000008E" error message typically means that a kernel mode ... Continue...>>
Rated: relatively easy moderate popularity Voters: Richard, Winston, Charlie, More Voters...>>

0x0000007E Help

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0X0000007e pci.sys message on blue screen - TechSpot Forums Dec 19, 2012 ... The other BSOD I get has no error code but is related to ACPI.sys 0x0000007E. I did remove the 256MB DDR 400 module and I still got the blue screens, ... I didn't think of running the BIOS memory test until I had stopped recording ... the first part of the RAM again after it ran a full test and it told me it'd failed.
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