Question about MSI Wind U100-030US Laptop
Usually blue screens are caused bu problems with hardware. Since the laptop was dropped, I would suggest opening the access doors and taking out each removable component and then reseating them back in their positions. It sounds like perhaps something has been jarred out of place such as a memory module, hard drive, etc. Start with those two and try to boot the laptop after each try.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
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