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So, the problem is due to a hardware/software configuration or failure. I know, very broad. But, one of the purposes of the Blue Screen (of death) is to communicate the failure (code). To really troubleshoot this, you need to make a note of the content of the blue screen text, specifically the file/component of the failure and the error code.
Can you elaborate on your computer? What operating system is it running?
First, try to start into Safe Mode using the F8 method. For details on how to do that, try checking out the following, which is one of many tutorials.
If you get into safe mode, the failure is occuring in accessory systems/drivers not loaded in safe mode (networking, video, etc).
If your system doesn't come up then, still try to get into the F8 menu, and if there is an option to 'disable automatic restart on system failure' and then try to start.
Then, get any info you can and do searches on google on the file/component and error code. Bound to be alot of info, so have patience.
If you need more help, please post an update and any info you were able to get.
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
This is an indication that your system crashed, you need to repair or reformat your hardisk to make it working again
Posted on Jul 09, 2008
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