Stop 77 and 7A errors

By nuggs187 ·
I just built this PC around October of last year. About about a month after it was built I started getting these errors,
STOP: 0x00000077 and 7A, which would sometimes, but not always, say; mountmgr.sys F7611000 7760c000 41107b05, or; ntfs.sys F73a40b7 Base @F7376000 Datestamp @41107eea.

The HD I bought also was junk. It was supposed to be 320gb and was only reading as 130gb or so. I was also running a hacked copy of XP. to date though, I have replaced the HD (same one, works this time) and a new, and legal copy of XP. I thought doing these ^ would fix the problem, but no, started crashing again a few days later (4-5 weeks ago).

I wish I could give you guys more info on the crashes but I cant seem to find out where to get the Error Reports.
So here is links my pc specs

Any help would be greatly appretiated. and, if there is anything else you need to know, please lemme know.

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by w2ktechman In reply to Stop 77 and 7A errors -- look up stop errors here. Use the search with differant parts of your stop message.

A BSOD as more than just a stop error acode, it also usually has more to it.

77 and 7A appear to be a bad HDD, cable, or interface.
Since it happens on 2 drives, I would replace the cable first, if not that, run diags on the MB.
Also try a known good HDD.

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Thanks to w2k.

by nuggs187 In reply to A link and advice

yea i replaced the HD once already, and I read alot of reviews most of which were good on this exact HD. thanks though, will have to run a diag on my MB.

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