The error code 788078d4 is a Windows error code that indicates a problem with the registry. This can be caused by a corrupt or damaged registry, or by a problem with the way the registry is being used. This can also be caused by a virus or by a hardware problem.
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1. Restart your computer and try again
-Remove the battery if it is removable -Press and hold the power button for 10 seconds -Plug in your computer and turn it on -If the computer starts up and you are prompted to enter your password, do so -If the computer does not start up, try inserting the battery again and turning on your computer -If the computer still does not start up, try to start up your computer in Safe Mode -Press and hold the F8 key when your computer starts up -Select Advanced startup -Select Restart now -Select Troubleshoot -Select Advanced options -Select Startup settings -Select Restart -Select Normal -Select Exit -Reboot your computer
2. Update your drivers
- Go to the device manager and under the device category for your graphics card, right-click on the driver and select Update Driver Software.
- Browse to the location of the latest driver for your graphics card and select it.
- Click on the Next button and wait for the driver to install.
- Once the driver has installed, reboot your computer.
- Go to Device Manager and under the Graphics category, right-click on the graphics card and select Properties.
- On the Driver tab, select the Details button.
- Under the Details tab, make sure that the Status is set to Installed and the Update Driver button is checked.
- Click on the OK button to finish.
3. Try a different USB port
- Check to see if the device is properly plugged into the computer.
- Look for a USB port that is not in use and try to plug the device in.
- If the device still does not work, try using a different USB port on the computer.
4. Try a different USB cable
The steps to try a different USB cable in order to fix error code 788078d4 are as follows: -Remove any existing USB cables from the device and plug in the new USB cable. -If the device still fails to boot, try a different USB port on the device.
Some users might also have success with the following opitons:
- Try a different USB device.
- Try a different computer.