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Okay, probably gonna need a lot more info here, but here are some generic troubleshooting ideas you can follow.

1. Google the numeric code that is given when the bsod displays itself. It will tell you alot about the problem at hand.

2. Think back if you made any changes to your system. Maybe go back in safe mode and correct the changes you created.

If that doesn't help, write back with alot more info error code given, error message displayed, and I will see if I can help you further.

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