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    Grandad Guest

    Stop error 0x0000007a

    I am getting the above stop error and can only find a reference to XP can
    anyone help with a solution for Vista please?


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    Rick Rogers Guest

    Re: Stop error 0x0000007a


    The causes of a 0x7a error are the same regardless of the operating system.
    Generally these include bad controller drivers, loose cabling, bad block on
    the hard drive, or memory errors. Solutions would include:

    - reinstalling or updating controller drivers
    - running the memory diagnostic tool
    - running a drive integrity check tool from the manufacturer
    - reseating the power and data cable for the drive (both ends)

    It's also possible that there is a hardware issue with the socket on the
    motherboard, in which case it would need to be replaced.

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    M. Rivera Guest

    RE: Stop error 0x0000007a

    I'm getting the same error when I'm trying to connect to a share printer on
    an XP machine from a Vista machine.
    I have been able to connect to the share printer from another XP machine. So
    far I haven't been able to find the solution. Any help would be appreciated.

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    M. Rivera Guest

    RE: Stop error 0x0000007a

    OK, this is how I got to fix my problem.
    I had to add the printer as a local port on the win vista machine. All I had
    to do is grab the related information about the share PC and share printer
    and I use it when I got to create the local printer.

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