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When I start my computer a blue screen comes on saying a problem has been detected windows has been shut down. It wont let me log on most times and I have to keep restarting my computer.

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First see the RAM, Hard Disk plug is fixed properly or not. then format the C: Drive..
there is no other problem to solve this..
Because i too had this problem.

Posted on Dec 14, 2008

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