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Ok well.... I went into my comp system configurations nd checked em all.... so after I restarted the comp it went to a blue screen n I had to keep turnin it on in safe mode. I dnt remember which all were checked.... I need helllppppp pleaseeee

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If you dont remeber then it could be a problem but since you said you can boot in safe mode - ill suggest you to do a system restore to a previous good check point . that will help

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