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Hi, I have a Dell XPS M1210 laptop. I was in the middle of printing a document when suddenly it restarts, then this blue screen appeared. I restarted my laptop thinking that it may solve the problem, but now it keeps displaying the same blue screen. I can't go into Safe Mode and I can't even go into Last Known Good Configuration Mode, too! Please help!! Thanks in advance.

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  • aishah_death Nov 22, 2009

    OK. I'm re-formatting my laptop now. Thanks a lot! You're a great help!! :)

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The problem that you have experienced is that your system shot down while it was in the middle of something, and now, some important system files have been lost. That is the reason why you cannot enter SAFE MODE either. The only solution is to re-install your OS. If you had some important data on it, you can try recovering it using some LIVE OS that doesn't have to be installed

Posted on Nov 17, 2009

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  • vojvodabudva Nov 20, 2009

    1.
    Live OS is an operating system that does not have to be installed to run its. if you want to download it look for it as "live os rapidshare", and then follow the rapidshare links to download it. you run it from the dvd, and that is why it will be slower than the regular OS, but it works just as fine as the normal one. to transfer your data you can use total commander that comes with it.
    2.
    to reinstall your system you need an WIndows installation disk, and the windows product key (this is something you should have got with your last installation).
    after saving all of your data, insert a windows disc into the dvd rom, and start your computer. press DEL to enter BIOS, and under boot management, set CD-DVD as the first booting device
    now pree F10
    now enter
    when it asks you do you want to load from the disk, press the space bar, and after that just read the text, and yu will understand what to do
    not very difficult


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Dear affected consumers of the defective graphics card on the Dell XPS M1210, I would like to invite you to join in an alliance so we can file a class action law suit against Dell computers. I am willing to make a website myself so we can deal with this, I am very sure there are a lot of people willing to get on board, just because Dell's costumer service representatives don't want to help us doesn't mean that should be the end of it. This is a common wide spread problem and cannot be dismissed as normal tear and wear , lets show Dell that we consumers have rights and together we can fight them back. Just reply with an e-mail that you can be contacted regarding this and only reply if you have a defective Dell XPS M1210 laptop. Just say "count me in" or something similar, when enough people is on-board, we can start a forum/blog/discussion board to sort out the details. The sooner we get enough people, the sooner we can take action. For now you can help by forwarding this message to other affected consumers with the same issue or posting this paragraph into forums including the following contact e-mail: dellxpsm1210classaction@gmail.com Thank you for your time, sincerely, Yavier Martinez

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Does the BSD (Blue Screen Of Death) give you any error codes?? If so write them down and google them. Honestly its not a good sign when a pc does that....

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Try to recover the unit by reinstalling its software you should be able to f10 to recover from the recovery partition that is if it has not been deleted if it has you will need to have sent out the recover disk for htis unit from dell. I hope this does help

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