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Computer keeps making blue screens then sends

Computer keeps making blue screens then sends them
to a compresses zipped folder
and uploads worm thingy's to the
net

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    Art Ellison May 11, 2010

    You'll have to be a bit more descriptive than that. Tell us what you are doing when you get the blue screen.

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Something issue in the OS. Try booting in safemode. Then restart again. once your computer boots up try updating your AV, download Malwareantibytes, CCleaner and run both of them one by one. This will fix many issues

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