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Hello my friend,
The blue screen is very popular and it's usually happen when there is a file system deleted or a virus on your computer.
You may try to boot up your system in safe mode and then uninstall any software that you installed recently and restore also your computer to a date when it was working fine.
If this doesn't fix the issue, you can try the recovery system if enabled when you installed your system for the first time.
If it's not the case, the only way to get this computer working again is by formating your computer and installing windows again.
You could try removing all memory, CMOS battery and try to clear BIOS by holding down power button for 30 seconds. Re-install all and try to restart. Sound like unit may have run hot and burnt the Processor.
try doing a system restore first
to do that in XP and VISTA
you just have to click on start
click on run
in the run box type in rstrui.exe
you will get system restore screen
choose a bold date when you are sure your system was working fine
if it doesn't work let me know i'll let you know some other troubleshooting steps
it surely is a keys combination. just find the little icon that represents wireless over the f1, f2, f3.... keys... arround those keys and by pressing and holding Fn key and at the same time that wireless key you will enable/disable the adapter...