Question about Acer Aspire One PC Notebook
Blue screen is usually a 'windows accessing RAM memory' problem, so try removing your ram one at a time.
Failing that, boot from a ubuntu disk (download from here and burn to disk) and run a test on your ram.
Finally, if it's not the ram, do a system restore, or a windows reinstall from disk.
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AS YOU ON THE SYSTEM AND EVEN BEFORE WINDOWS
STARTS KEEP PRESSING THE F8 KEY CONTINUEOUSLY. A MENU WILL APPEAR. SELECT SAFE
MODE AND ENTER. WINDOWS WILL LOAD IN SAFE MODE. THIS WILL SOLVE SOME OF YOUR
PROBLEMS. NOW RESTART THE SYSTEM IN NORMAL
IF THIS DOES NOT WORK SELECT "LOAD WINDOWS
WITH LAST KNOWN GOOD CONFIGURATION " AND THEN RESTART. THIS WILL SURELY
SORT OUT YOUR PROBLEM.
PLS REPLY OR COMMENT. THANKS
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