Stop 0x0000000A or IRQ_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL
One of the kernel modes or a hardware driver attempted to access a memory location unauthorized. It usually occurs due to incompatible hardware or software. The problematic device is usually visible in the message and used for trouble shooting. If it is a driver problem, removing or replacing the driver may fix the problem. If it occurs during setup, it is necessary to suspect incompatible driver, a service, virus and backup programs on the system.
Stop 0x000001E ya da KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED
Windows has found invalid or unknown processor instructions that are often caused by invalid memory and access violations caused by faulty drivers or hardware devices. The faulty device or driver appears in the message. If it occurs after a device or software installation, try disabling them.
Stop 0x0000024 or NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM
is caused by a problem in the NTFS file system. There is the same error message in FAT32 with 0x23. The most likely cause is hardware failure on the disk or disk controller. Check the physical connections (cables) of all disks in the system and run the disk by running “chkdsk.exe”.
Stop 0x000003F or NO_MORE_SYSTEM_PTES This
common message occurs when there are no page table entries (PTEs) left on your system. It may be caused by an unsupervised backup program or faulty device driver. You can refer to the article “How to troubleshoot 'STOP 0x000003F' and 'STOP 0x00000D8' Error Messages in Windows 2000” and numbered Q256004.
Stop 0x000002E or DATA_BUS_ERROR Failed or error physical memory (RAM and memory in video adapters) cause this message. The cause of the error may be on the bad hard drive or motherboard.
Stop 0x0000050 or PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA Exception is one of the errors. It is caused by a hardware driver or system utility requesting data that is not in memory. A faulty physical memory or incompatible software, especially remote control programs and anti-virus software can cause this error. If it occurs after a driver or software installation, try removing software or hardware with Safe Mode.
Stop 0x0000077 or KERNEL_STACK_INPAGE_ERROR The system attempted to read the kernel data (page file) from the virtual memory and could not find the data at the specified memory address. Faulty memory, malfunctioning hard disk, improperly configured disk controller and cable can result in corrupt data and viruses.
Stop 0x0000079 or MISMATCHED_HAL This error often occurs on ACPI machines, when ACPI BIOS settings are changed unexpectedly. This message is defined as a mismatch between the Windows XP hardware layer (HAL) and Windows XP system files. Reinstall Windows XP after making changes to the BIOS to disable or re-enable ACPI features. For details, please read the article titled “How to troubleshoot Windows 2000 Hardware Abstraction Layer Issues” and numbered Q237556. Stop 0x000007A or KERNEL_DATA_INPAGE_ERROR
It has the same features as 0x77. In addition, problems with SCSI devices and bad sectors can also be caused.
Stop 0x000007B or INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE means that during the startup processes of Windows XP, it was unable to locate the system partition or boot volume. It can usually occur when disks are repartitioned, a new disk is added, or after updating a disk controller. Start Windows XP from CD-Rom, connect to the recovery console and use the Bootcfg command to find Windows downloads, repair Boot.ini file. Stop 0x000007F or UNEXPECTED_KERNEL_MODE_TRAP The most common cause of this error is hardware failure. Problems that cause overheating, such as faulty memory chips, incompatible memory modules, a malfunctioning CPU, or cooling fan, or power supply failures, give this Stop message. It is possible that especially overclocking systems will occur. The parameters immediately following this error in the message identify the specific cause of the error, as described in article Q137539, entitled "General Causes of Stop 0x000007F Errors". Stop 0x000009F or DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE A drive is in an inconsistent or invalid power state when switching to or out of Hibernation or Hibernation mode. Not only because of hard disks, but also file system filter drivers installed by programs such as antivirus software, backup utilities and remote control programs. The stop message usually shows the faulty driver. The problem can be resolved by disabling this driver.
Stop 0x00000C2 or BAD_POOL_CALLER Occurs when the Kernel Mode operation or driver attempts to perform a memory allocation that is invalid . The problem can usually be traced to the error in the driver or software along with the instructions in the message. There may be a hardware problem with this error from time to time. Stop 0x00000D1 or DRIVER_IRQ_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL This is one of the most common stop errors. Occurs when a drive attempts to access an incorrect memory address. Check unsigned drivers and especially suspect recently installed or updated anti-virus programs, utilities, and backup programs that can install a faulty file system filter driver. Stop 0x00000D8 or DRIVER_USED_EXCESSIVE_PTES If a poorly written hardware driver causes your computer to request large amounts of kernel memory, your page table entries (PTEs) may run out and you may see this error message. It may be caused by an unsupervised backup program or faulty device driver. You can refer to the article “How to troubleshoot 'STOP 0x000003F' and 'STOP 0x00000D8' Error Messages in Windows 2000” and numbered Q256004.
Stop 0x00000C2 ya da THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER
After installing a new video adapter or updating a video driver (poorly written) that causes the system to wait too long (weeks, months J) while waiting for video hardware, you can solve this error by replacing the video card or changing the driver.
Stop 0x00000ED ya da UNMOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME
Windows XP is having trouble accessing its volume containing boot. If you see it during the upgrade, make sure you have cables and compatible drivers for the disk controller. If you are using ATA – 66 or ATA – 100 drives, be sure to use an 80-link IDE cable, not a standard 40-link IDE cable. In some cases, it may correct itself after the first restart. See also troubleshooting suggestions for Stop 0x7b errors J.
Stop 0x00000F2 ya da HARDWARE_INTERRUPT_STORM
It is a message that will give you annoying and troublesome troubleshooting. When the Windows XP kernel fails to release a device interrupt request, it detects a "interrupt storm". Often caused by poorly written device drivers. Determine which driver is associated with the file name listed in the driver information in the driver section of the message. Then remove devices with this IRQ conflict from “Safe Mode”. If necessary, give the IRQ values manually.
Stop 0x000021A or STATUS_SYSTEM_PROCESS_TERNINATED
This message points to a security issue in Windows XP (has set up user mode subsystems such as Winlogon or Client Server Runtime Subsystem (Csrss.exe).). The most common cause of this problem is the program of other vendors, and the solution is usually to uninstall this program. This error can also occur when a backup set or system permission is incorrectly changed and access to the System account, system files and folders is prevented.
Stop 0x0000221 or STATUS_IMAGE_CHECKSUM_MISMATCH
File or disk corruption issues (including damaged page file) and faulty hard drives are the most common cause of such Stop errors. The stop message usually contains the damaged file name at the end of the symbolic error name or in a line by itself. You may be able to restore this file from the Windows Xp CD using the recovery console. It can solve the problem of restoring the Latest Good Configuration.