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URGENT CALL: Critical Error that keeps restarting System?

We switch the laptop on to access AOL, but once in desktop a little pop up box appears that states " Windows has enctountered a critical error and will restart your system in one minute - please save all work now".

It then restarts, lets you access AOL but then promptly cuts out, retarts again the cycle begins again and again and again??

Ive rang AOL techies, and they "sorry nothing to do with us, you have a laptop issue"... so can anyone please please help - this is an emergency as this laptop is used for work. We use windows Vista Basic on this machine.

the machine is less than 6 months old.

We actually have a Toshiba Satellite A135-S7404 Intel Celeron M.

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Hi ,
this is problem with your windows , you used winxp it is need to protect with antivirus .
when u get revers counting on screen just go to "Run"& type shutdown -a

  • once u need to remove virus from u r laptop
  • if problems get same u need to reinstall win xp

Posted on Jun 11, 2008

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