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I always have a blue screen what should i do? and after that it automatically restart then it let me choose to safe mode and current settings and it goes well again. can anyone help me with this problem please. Can anyone tell me what is the problem?

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Blue screens mostly appear because of a hard ware issue. A device in your system has a problem.
Most likely there is a problem with the FAT, File allocation table of your HDD. Suggest you back up all your data to CD/DVD disk or to a second drive if you have a second HDD in your system.
The most common files to back up are:
C:\Documents and Settings\ User name\Application Data\Microsoft\Address Book
C:\Documents and Settings\ User name\Desktop
C:\Documents and Settings\ User name\Favorites
C:\Documents and Settings\ User name\Local Settings\Identities
C:\Documents and Settings\ User name\My Documents

Every blue screen usually shows some type of error message. Write down the information shown on your screen. Than search Microsoft's web site for a possible work around to fix your error message/Blue screen. If you are unable to find a fix through Microsoft you can try the command: C:\ fixmbr. As your system begins to start up press the F5 key on your keyboard every 2 seconds. Windows will display a bunch of options. Using the keyboards up & down arrow keys move to highlight: Safe Mode With Command prompt. Press the enter key.
At the command prompt type, C:\space fixmbr & press the enter key. Than restart your system by pressing the keys, ctrl+alt+delete Your system should restart. If you still receive the blue screen you'll have no choice but to load your windows CD & format your drive. Than install windows fresh. If your hard disk drive is large enough, say 100 to 250GB in size. You can load your windows CD into your CD-ROM drive & boot to the Win CD. Read each screen. You want to create a partition within the free space of your drive. By doing the above you will not need to back up your data. Once your system seems to function you can delete the old partition by running, diskmgmt.msc in your windows run window.

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