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BSOD = Blue Screen of Death
You have a problem with Windows booting.
When you computer starts up and it has passed the bios check start pressing F8 until you get the Windows start up options, select safe mode and see if windows then boots normally.
If it does then search/run msconfig.exe, on the General tab select Diagnostic startup, click OK and reboot and see if windows now loads.
If it does then you have a program or driver installed that is conflicting in Windows, so remove any recently installed programs or hardware drivers
Go back into msconfig and select Normal startup and see if Windows boots again.
See how you get on with that
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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