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wwats happening is you may have 1 of your simm memory chips that are bad theres a small cover on back of laptop that is about 3.5 x 3.5 inches square take off that plate and youll see 2 memory simms take out 1 and reboot if problem persist try removing other and putting first one back then reboot if problem persist put simm back in again then reload windows using your disk and reinstall windows that will fix this issue your having your lcd sounds like its fine though
Ahhh BSoD other wise known as the "Blue screen of death". This means that one of your drivers failed and it is very vital that you reinstall your Operating System or take it to your local specialized computer store (Best buy or local ones)
Usually if you've encounter a blue screen the first cause of this
should be the RAM. Check the RAM maybe it is clogged by the dust you
need to clean the RAM. If the same things happen you must reset also
the CMOS battery and the jamper. The jamper located near the CMOS
battery at the south bridge.
In any other circumstances to solve this you need to install a fresh copy of windows. Some causes of blue screen is the corrupted software that need a full copy.
Take a look at the event viewer (Start -> Run -> type "eventvwr" and hit OK) and see if there are any STOP errors right before or right after the reboot time. The machine is probably set to automatically restart after a blue screen STOP error (aka "Blue Screen of Death", or BSOD), but that's making it reboot too quickly for you to see the actual error. Post a new problem with the STOP error code and we can help you out further!
Put installation cd in. Boot and when asked at end. Select repair. When dos screen starts, select operating system. The prompt C:/ will apear, type chkdsk /p this will check your partitions and repair. When it finishes you should be able to restart.