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Blue screen error!

Thanks both. I did try all the boot options in all modes, including safe mode. In fact tried everything that was available as an option! But it seems none will work, and everything comes back to the blue screen error. If i use the disc when i can locate 1, willmy data still be safe? Are there options to us with the disc to ensure you do not lose data? Also if using the recoevry disc didnt work is that the end???

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  • gazzanet May 11, 2010

    I can't see your first messages im guessing your getting bsod all the time ?
    Is your memory bad ? if two slots or more installed try take some out and swap and change to test


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Yes it could be, the best way is to get a new hard drive and new installation using your recovery discs. take the old hard drive to a repair shop to recover data or buy a hard drive reader for laptops.

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