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The labtop doesnt work i dont know why when it starts it's showing me the blue screen then keep restrating.

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What is the error message when you get the blue screen... you may also try tapping the f8 key as it boots and in that menu boot to safe mode.... if that works fine try booting the computer again... if it does not boot again and tap f8 again.... the boot to last known good configuration.

that's a start.

Robert

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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Here is a good link for setting up bios:

http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/bios-beginners,1126.html

Be CAREFULL what you mess with in there.
My guees is that you need to renew the cmos battery on the mainboard.
Its a watch type 2032 battery.

I strongly recomend you visit someone with knowledge in that matter.

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when the bios screen disappears start pressing f8 on teh leyboard. a black screen shows up and some options. select disable reboot on system failure. then you should be able to see a blue screen and it woll show somethign like 0x000000 post that code and then people can help you

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I have an Acer Aspire E700 running vista home premium and am having alot of trouble with it shutting down with a blue screen saying that 'kernel_stack_inpage_error. I have run chkdsk and it doesnt come up...


Kernel stack errors are nasty and cause blue screen errors.
I would check your installed RAM, if there are no errors, the NTFS error is worrying as that means hard drive failure.
Take your pick really but Heystack errors can be caused by errors on the hard drive.
As you boot up your Desktop, press F8 and select Safe Mode. If it loads then it may be memmory errors. Check memmory by using the BIOS menu and select Memmory Test in the option menu, it will depend on your BIOS version as to what it is called or indeed even where it is, so you may need to search a bit!
If you can get into the programmes, back up all you need and then run Recovery from the F8 menu, then reinstall your data but don't bother with AVG use a propper antivirus like Norton or even Microsoft Essentials.
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Hi,
Please open the link below and follow the instructions to resolve the issue
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/324103

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My hp pavilion a1330n computer freezes on the HP


Hi,
the dreaded Blue-Screen of death.
Usually caused by:- Ram Failure ( memory Modules )
CPU Failure ( Processor Failure )
Hard-Disk faulty, not spinning et,c.
Cmos battery fault.
Missing/deleted/corrupted operating System files.

Possible Solutions:- remove cmos battery, from Motherboard for 10 seconds and replace. ( eliminates cmos/bios errors )
remove 1 stick of Memory ( Ram ) and test individually ( eliminates 1 or More Faulty sticks Of memory Or Slots )
remove, CPU Fan/heatsink, remove CPU and re-seat, re-grease with Artic-Silver or similar ( thermal-Compound ) replace heatsink/Fan. test.

Hope this points you towards a Sucessful repair.

Mike @ Compurepair. No-Links No-Nonsense Just Good Practical Advise :-)

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