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Blue Screen When I start up computer I gat a blue screen with Stop:0x0000007F. I can only run windows on safe mode. Help ! its driving me crazy .

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  • kkell1 Jun 30, 2008

    No have not added any new hardware

  • nsindian
    nsindian May 11, 2010

    have you recently installed any new hardware?

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Please contact microsoft for the same or contact your vendor form where you had purchased the machine

Posted on Jun 30, 2008

  • Karamveer Tanwar Jun 30, 2008

    start the computer in safe mode and go to Start>>Programs>>Accessories>>System tools and do a System restore and then start the computer in normal mode to see if it helps.



    Also let me know the exact error that you get on the blue screen if the above mentioned steps doesn't resolves the issue

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