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Computer freeze My computer freezes on the blue screen after selecting user.

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  • hnybee2 Nov 11, 2008

    There is no error message anywhere on the screen once it gets to the blue screen, it acts like it is trying to load, but wont. I cannot even get onto my desktop to get onto the internet to download anything.The last thing it did before crashing was coe up with a DOS black screen with D:/system32 something. AHH it is driving me crazy

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The blue screen. Recreate the problem.. there should be something along the lines of a description across the top of the screen that says some technical information.

If you want.. just type the stop code.. for example Stop 0x000000.. (just an example) If you ANYthing that has a files name.. like blahblah.drv or blah blah.dll... type everything in on that line here.

The problem is most likely..
A bad driver in windows
A faulty printer
A faulty USB cable
A broken usb connector on your laptop that has a short.

but the most likely is a faulty driver.
Try downloading the latest driver from the manufacturer's website.

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