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Old 18-06-2008
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BSOD with new PC

So I'm new to building PCs and I've had some help along the way. Everything else has gone smoothly until I attempted transferring hard drives over to the new system.

My Specs:
ABIT IP35-E motherboard
4 (2 x 2) Gigs OCZ Reaper memory
Q6600 2.4 GHz Core 2 Quad processor
600 Watt BFG PSU
160 Gig Maxtor HDD
Sony Optiarc 16x DVD-RW drive

I wiped the Maxtor of everything in the old computer using a Windows Vista disc, then proceeded to reinstall Vista with the same disc. I placed it in the new system with no changes after that. After attempting to boot from the Vista OS disc (and getting to the loading moving bar thingy) I get the blue screen of death and an error code with the following:

Stop C000021A { Fatal System Error}
The NT initial command process system process terminated unexpectedly with a status of 0xc0000001 (0x000000 0x000000)

I continued to curse at my monitor maniacally, and now am here seeking help.

NOTE: No drivers on the new system have been installed because I don't know what I'm doing. Or something.
Please help.
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HELP!!!!! Stop:c000021a

Do a search on the tags as well : http://forums.techarena.in/tags/index.php/c000021a/
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