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I have an E-Machines M5405 laptop that when booting up gets to the Windows XP start up screen and then a blue screen pops up and goes away. The screen says something on it but I can't read it fast enough to see b4 it disappears. Then it starts to reboot again, it's like in a loop. I've tried safe mode with and w/o networking and the same every time. What f key do I use for the screen stop to read the blue screen of death? If I can get on Windows I can fix it but first I got to get there. Anyone got any idea?

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