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Friday, April 2, 2010

How to STOP 0x0000007F error with Windows OS

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If you are facing problems with your computer error unexpected kernel mode trap. This post provide computer repair tips to fix your this issue.

Additional Information
This error may be or resemble any of the below error messages.
STOP 0x0000007F (0x000000XX, 0x00000000, 0x00000000, 0x00000000) UNEXPECTED_KERNEL_MODE_TRAP
*XX in the above example could be any two-digit number.
STOP 0x0000007F (UNEXPECTED_KERNEL_MODE_TRAP)

Reboot the Computer

This error can be caused by various types driver related issue and other software glitches that can often be resolved by simply rebooting the computer. If this is your first time encountering the error first try resolving it by rebooting the computer.

If this fixes the issue we suggest you refer to the below 'Update drivers and windows' section if the issue is encountered again in the future.

Close other applications and background programs

This error can be encountered because of conflicts between one or more open programs running on your computer. If you're encountering this error in a software program make sure to close all other programs and background programs (TSRs) and run the program again to see if this error is encountered. Additional information and help with doing this can be found Computer Support.

If this resolves your issue try to determine what other program is causing this issue by rebooting and repeating the above steps one program at a time. Second, make sure the program generating the error and the program causing the errors has no software updates available for it. Finally, if this resolves your issue we also suggest that you update your drivers and Windows as mentioned below.

Update drivers and Windows

Driver related issues could also cause this issue. Make sure you have no driver related issues by checking Device Manager for errors and conflicts.

If no errors are found in Device Manager we suggest updating drivers for any hardware related to the program you're running. For example if this error is being encountered while burning a CD make sure you have the latest drivers for your CD burner. If no hardware is associated with the program generating this error we suggest updating you video drivers. For Additonal Help and Support go to Microsoft Support

Finally, make sure you have all the latest Windows updates and service packs.
Malfunctioning or bad computer memory
This issue can also be caused by bad memory.

Other hardware related issues

If all of the above recommendations do not help locate or resolve this issue you may have another hardware related or serious software issue. To help determine if this is a hardware issue our next recommendation for this error would be to erase the hard disk drive and reinstall Windows.

Comments 3 comments
petersteel said...

Well that was really nice to read that.. it seems Self computer repair is one of the fastest growing topics lately d0 to the economy

computer repair said...

I use to get this problem on my computer sometimes but updating the drivers to latest version solved this problem. This problem was with my old computer which is the reason of this error occurring due to old drivers.

IT Support North Hollywood said...

Computers have a mind of their own. The intel processor that's inside of your laptop at times thinks that it's smarter than you. You're starting to believe that it actually is. Dealing with technical issues at work can consumer large amounts of time and make you lose money fast.

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