Question about Dell Inspiron B130 Notebook
My computer was infected by spyware. I downloaded Spybot and began to clean the system. I saved the event that occured over 4000 times for last, but at that time it was almost four in the morning and I had class at 8, so I shut down my computer like an idiot and went to bed. The next day I went to turn it on. The Windows XP screen popped up like normal, and the thing seemed to be loading normally. Then a message came up, on what I like to call "The Blue Screen Of Death", telling me there was an error and that I had to uninstall spyware programs, etc. The screen wouldn't go away, so I hit the power button. After the loading page, it scolded me for shutting the comp down improperly and asked how I wanted to run it (in safe mode, safe mode with some stuff, regularly, etc.) I selected 1, which is safe mode, and the Blue Screen Of Death popped up again. I restarted, selected 2, and the blue screen appeared once more. Every selection I made brought up the blue screen. Someone help, I'm starting to lose my mind.
On many laptops, the makers decided to go cheap and put parts way too close to each other!!! with this in mind, because of this, people get whats called the BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH!!this is from over heating.. if u get the blue screen just turn the computer off for about 10 mins as to give it time to cool off! once ur ready to turn the laptop on, make sure all the air vents are uncovered!! if u dont then u will eventually lose the laptop all together!vents are there for good reasons..
maybe get a laptop cooling pad for when using it..
also, STOP AND DONT GO INTO WEB PAGES OR EMAILS THAT U KNOW NOTHING ABOUT!! u can download something, or simply just by entering something u do not know can cause this screen for good!
hope this helps in any way..
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Well my friend Welcome to the world of XP sucks don't it, but all is not lost! if you have your copy of windows XP re istall the software, do a fresh install, delete the old system (Partition) and start with a New (RAW) partition, and install xp as instructed in the step by step installation. you will lose all the old data on your hard drive, but the system wull have a new lease on life, don't forget the automatice updates after your back on line, and to install NEW anti Virus software, turn on your firewall, and The BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH will lose and you win.
in the future be careful what web sites you visit, stay of Lime Wire, and blubster, and chose web sites wisely, and windows defender is a great product to tell you if you have a potential dangerous web site, if your warned DON'T GO IN!
This will fix u r problem! I guarantee it!, if you need a new XP disk, let me know.
I HATE THE B.S.O.D ( Blue Screen of Death)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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