Question about Toshiba Qosmio F45-AV412 Notebook
You most likely have a driver conflict if you get the "Blue Screen of Death". The screen has information on it to point to the problem area. If you are not a Tech you need someone to decipher the information and recommend a fix. Try booting into Safe-Mode by pressing the F5 key during the boot process. If Windows loads sucessfuly you can go to the Control Panel-System-Hardware-Device Manager and see what device or devices have an issue and load a new driver or updated driver from the device manufacturer. Good Luck! If all else fails and you just loaded Windows 7 you may need to format the drive and start over making certain you have all the latest drivers compatable with Windows 7 for your device's. It is best to go on the Web and collect the drivers in advance of loading 7.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
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