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This happens when your system is affected by some trojan or virus, try to boot your system in safe mode then restore to some previous date, if it boots

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My pc would start up, then flash this blue screen for a milisecond, then start up again


Log into Windows Safe Mode (F8) and turn it off Auto Restart by doing the following:
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Do you have more than one browser on the affected computer? If so , try in the other browser (If not I suggest you get Firefox at http://www.mozilla.org/products/firefox/

Probably the most common cause of your type of problem is a corrupted temp page or cookie.
So in IE go to tools/ internet options/ general / temp internet files
Click delete files / delete all offline content.
For the cookies , if you do not have any customized sites, click on delete cookies. Otherwise, click on settings/ view files and delete the cookie for that site.
If you have used auto complete to log in , it is possible that the auto complete became corrupted. Unfortunately in IE you cannot just edit specific sites as you can in Firefox.
Go to tools / internet options/ content/ personal information/ auto complete /
Click on clear passwords.

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I sense heating issue!! Lower down the FSB i notch from the bios and it should stop conking out.

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Try increasing the virtual memory or paging file.

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