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FREEZES I have a PD dv6000. It takes my computer a long time to boot up but then it freezes on the log in screen after a blue screen with 'Checking file system on drive D... type of file FAT32...'. I did a restore, but that didn't help.

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Hello:

There are some application that is annoying to your computer. The symptoms of the blue screen, is when there is new application installed, new hardware, bad memory, bad HDD, and the worse is bad motherboard.

However you can resolve the problem if there is no problem on hardware. By reformatting and reinstalling the windows.( Note: reformatting and reinstalling the windows will remove your important files in it.)

Of course after reinstallation, You should install all the driver utilites of your stuff.

If the solution above doesn't solve the problems. Please examine the memory and the hard drive.

May this help, Best regards, melnavz.

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