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I have a blue screen whish is a hardware or softwareproblem

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It could be software only if you recently done any updates. As you boot up to the computer hit F8 a couple of times and it will take you to prompt pick last known good configuration and that should work. If not go into safe mode and remove all items starting up automatically. if it boots then its software if not it is hardware

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