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This list describes these messages and helps you understand and interpret them.This list is NOT exhaustive or meant to resolve EVERY error.With all these Stop messages, you can pretty much assume someone else has encountered the problem before you.This list of messages is a guide to individual messages and their possible causes and resolutions...Having a basic understanding of these error messages enables you to communicate with your technical support professional more effectively too.The symptoms fitted everything on Knowledge Base Article 888372 but it seemed their solution didn't work. I don't mind if you put disclaimers stating that this fix might stain your washing blue or kill your puppies and that it wasn't Microsoft's fault in the first place that some 13 year installed your PC while playing with his whatevers...

Another solution has cropped up which I'm actually little annoyed I didn't think of.So if you have an AMD processor and you think you could suffer from this problem (particularly if it is a HP PC! At the command prompt type:- Kudos to Jesper Johansson's blog for that little gem, and he seems to be keeping close tabs on the situation and has comprehensive page regarding this issue - I recommended a visit if you are suffering from the Windows XP SP3 0x0000007E blues(creen).Hilarious, almost two years to the day (May 16 2006-May 6 2008) after Microsoft removed the solution from Knowledge Base Article 888372, the resolution is now back! I'm guessing they couldn't deal with the potential fallout of n thousand people complaining that their computers won't boot/endlessly rebooting. When Windows XP detects a problem from which it cannot recover, it displays Stop messages.These are text-mode error messages that report information about the condition.

Another solution has cropped up which I'm actually little annoyed I didn't think of.

So if you have an AMD processor and you think you could suffer from this problem (particularly if it is a HP PC! At the command prompt type:- Kudos to Jesper Johansson's blog for that little gem, and he seems to be keeping close tabs on the situation and has comprehensive page regarding this issue - I recommended a visit if you are suffering from the Windows XP SP3 0x0000007E blues(creen).

Hilarious, almost two years to the day (May 16 2006-May 6 2008) after Microsoft removed the solution from Knowledge Base Article 888372, the resolution is now back! I'm guessing they couldn't deal with the potential fallout of n thousand people complaining that their computers won't boot/endlessly rebooting.

When Windows XP detects a problem from which it cannot recover, it displays Stop messages.

These are text-mode error messages that report information about the condition.

Stop messages, sometimes referred to as blue screens (BSo D), contain specific information that can help you diagnose and possibly resolve the problem detected by the Windows kernel.