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How to fix the blue screen error on window 7 of a new branded computer

I just bought a laptop with window 7 OS. So, I unpacked the box and set it up. I press the power button and my new computer comes to life. I go through the setup process and download the latest Windows updates. My computer restarts itself and greets me with a window 7 blue screen of death.
Well isn’t that just great. You would think Microsoft would get their act together by now. I shut it down and restart it again this time it starts up normally. The first thing I do is install my registry repair software. I run it not expecting to find anything, since I have not loaded any software on my brand new computer yet. Well I was wrong, 127 errors.
I backup the original registry just in case and run the repair option. This completely solved my problem and I have not had another episode of the Windows 7 blue screen error. In fact it has been several months now and my computer has been running flawlessly. I feel bad for the average customer that would not know how to handle this situation.
While Windows 7 has been greatly improved it still will have minor problems occasionally. Including the Windows registry. It seems they did nothing to solve that problem. However it still is a great improvement over the other operating systems. I would choose Windows 7 over any other Windows operating system.
I do recommend you get a good professional registry cleaner. Windows has not provide one so you will have to purchase one from a third party. The registry scanner/cleaners we recommend our on our main page. Any of these will work great with any Windows operating system, including Windows 7.
You can avoid future problems by keeping your registry optimized and clean. You may try installing older software that is not compatible with Windows 7. When doing so the software will make changes to the registry. You need to delete or repair these registry entries that try to reference software that is not there or not working properly.
Most people do not do this and this is where problems begin. The more corrupt or orphaned registry entries you have the slower your computer will become. In most cases this is why older computers become so slow. Not sure if you have a registry problem? Download one of the registry cleaners and run it. This will tell you how many errors you have. You can decide from there if you need to purchase the software or not. It is free to scan but you will have to buy the software to make repairs, it is a wise investment.

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