Actually, i'm using home premium version.. there is a weird blue line appearing on my screen.. it's appearing from the centre of the top of my laptop until the bottom of the screen.. it's a straight line.. before this, it happens once in a while.. but now it appears every time.. how can i get rid of it... is that a problem with my hardware or software?
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Hello Anonyous ;)
Like you posted the detailes information that caused the Blue screen is stored in those files ...
Files that help describe the problem:
If the blue screen happend recently , it might be due to a defective driver and/or an corrupted update...
You might try to do a system restore and chose a date Before those blue screen started appearing...
It appears that the Microsoft Office that was installed was just a trial version. Now you're expected to purchase the product and enter the key that comes with it. However, if you're positive that you paid to have the full version installed on your computer, then the product key should have come with the paperwork for your computer. If you're worried about losing your files, don't be too concerned, you can copy everything you have done so far onto a flash drive and take it to a computer that has microsoft office and do your work there.
upon restarting keep pressing the F8 key to get into the repair screen
choose the command line with the c:/ prompt
when that appears type in chkdsk /f /r and press enter
choose Y to perform this task then log off and reboot
chkdsk will run and check for any problems in the registry and repairs them
Make sure your video card is properly inserted. If it is inserted properly, or you're using on-board VGA, you may need to have the motherboard replaced. This is one of the signs that your motherboard has lived a full life.