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    Bsod

    0x0000007E (0xC0000005, 0x00040001, 0xB95DBAC, 0xB959D8A8)

    On Shutdown, Windows XP sp3.

    Thanks.

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    Make sure Bios is updated - slap windows XP disk in, run the normal chkdsk functions - if this doesn't solve it, try a repair install - if still no go check the hard drive for failure which you should be listening for any odd sounds up till now anyway, and back whatever up and format the sucker!

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    A quicker thing to test would be to do the following:

    Start, Run, type msconfig. Hit enter. Choose Startup tab and disable everything, but your AV. Make sure you record what you disabled. It's possible an application that is running is leading to the shutdown BSOD.

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    Could it have anything to do with the Processor?

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    ACPI or APIC mode in the BIOS?
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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat View Post
    ACPI or APIC mode in the BIOS?
    Not sure. Will check as soon as I can.

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    More than likely it will be the HDD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CableDude View Post
    Could it have anything to do with the Processor?
    Kind of doubt it. 7e is usually kernel mode. Typically a conflict with a service, or system driver. Sometimes faulty hardware and/or the related driver (can even be incorrect driver) as devices are powered down.

    Since you get this on power down..I'm suspecting power management related or device driver related.

    Could start with downloading all the latest drivers for video, sound, NIC (probably included in motherboard INFs)...and motherboard INFs.
    Uninstall all existing drivers, reboot....install latest drivers starting with motherboard drivers first.
    Agree in BIOS flash....get latest BIOS and flash the system.
    The motherboard INF bundle usually deals with power management too.
    And assuming you are running Windows 2000 or newer....if your BIOS (assuming it's an older motherboard) has a choice between ACPI or APIC mode...have it on APIC.
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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat View Post
    ACPI or APIC mode in the BIOS?
    Only thing I see remotely close to what you mention is:

    ACPI Suspend type: S1 (PowerOn Suspend)

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