+ 0 Votes Enter your BIOS & disable auto restart on system failure OldER Mycroft 6 years ago Power down, switch on and immediately after the initial splash screen/POST screen tap whatever key accesses your BIOS. Your computer screen should tell you the correct key in the bottom left hand corner on power-up. Navigate to the BIOS option for 'Auto restart on system failure' and uncheck it. Navigate to 'Save & Exit'. The next time the BSOD occurs it will stop and you can read the details of your error. + 0 Votes Thanks your the best! a.stray 6 years ago Thanks for all the help! Followed your advice and I'm back up and running, even fixed a couple other problems in the process! Thanks again! Ann + 0 Votes If problem presist ..... internetspider 6 years ago if your hdd is bad you will face this problem, if your ram is bad also, also if there is problem in mother board., But delete and re part your HDD and install fresh windows, if you have two slots of RAM i mean two RAMs, remove one of them and check, if same remove other then check. thanks + 0 Votes RE: Stop Error 0x0000007E Jacky Howe 6 years ago Here is a link that explains the problem. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/330182 In your last post you mention reformatting and Ghost. Are you using an image on the emachine? If so was the image created on the emachine? If not that is the problem.