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Help!!!!!!! my acer 5701. windows event log is telling me my system is critical and i have alot of errors, ive downloaded a tool maintance to repair it all but i still have performance issues and start up issues etc... my laptop is running so slow. and im getting blue screen errors? can you help pleaseeeeeeeeeeeee

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Do the following: (this checks for a software problem)when booting up press F8 and when you get to the menu, boot up into safe mode,
· then restore the pc back to a date before you had the problem, and/or remove any program or hardware you installed prior to you having the problem,
· run, up to date anti virus and anti spy ware scans
once you have done this and you still have a problem

  • put your windows system disc in the drive ,cancel it if it starts trying to install,
  • then go to start/run type in "cmd" then hit the enter key, when a dos box opens up
  • type in "sfc/scannow" without the "",
  • windows will check all its system files and drivers , and if it finds them corrupted or missing it will replace them.
good luck and let me know how you get on
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