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Vista goes blue and restart after unnistalling intel turbo memory

Hi, i have vista x64 ultimate, and after installing the new driver for intel turbo memory, it started to hang at boot, so i unnistalled the new version to install the older one, after the unnistall, i restarted , and after the windows bar loads it goes blue, crashes and restart, i tried safe mode, debbugging mode, everything to try and get in the windows, can't do, so after that i went to repair using the dvd, and tried startup repair, and he detects a problem, but can't repair, tried bootrec /fixmbr and /fixboot, and nothing, still blue screen, tried chkdsk and no problem. what can i do?using compal fl90

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I'm afraid that the only way is to reinstal Vista. If you recive a message that says that Vista arent capeble to repait it self ther is no other way. I Guess that the instalation of the driver for Intel Turbo Memory messed up Vista pretty good and uninstal it dosent help. You will always have bad file system on Vista. Better then to star from the begining with a fresh reinstal.

Good luck

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