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Blue Screen 0x0000007E Or 0x00000050 On USB Eject in Windows 7

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The biggest flaw or bug in Windows 7 in my opinion was the frequency of Blue Screen Of Death when a USB device was unplugged without ejecting it from Windows. It was like if someone using Windows XP would come to me and I plugged in his USB drive in my laptop and then he would hurriedly unplug his USB drive without knowing that it would crash my Windows 7.

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The error codes on Blue Screen of Death are usually 0x0000007E and 0x00000050. Fortunately the hotfix for fixing this issue is available with Microsoft now. To see the details about this error message go to this Microsoft article KB979538.

Download the hotfix from the following location:

Hotfix for KB979538

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