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Hardware problems?? I turned on my computer this morning and it went to the normal start menu then all of a sudden a blue screen came up and said that my hardware was not working properly. what to do???

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Sounds like you got a virus "the blue screen of death" reinstall the operating system with cd after formating(deleting)hard drive(you will lose everything and start over new like when you bought it unless you have vista then you will have a file called "windows old" after the new install. only do this as a last resort!

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Using the F8 Method:
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Blue screen of Death?
No, this is not windoze.

can you change channels?
a blue screen usually means that you don't have a signal.
Is it hooked up through dvd/vcr player?

Try a straight connection to cable or antenna.

If it remains, then it requires surgery.

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