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i suggest that you should try to examine your RAM....90-99% of the blue screen problems deals with RAM....Install utility software for system clean up coz there might be spywares residing on your system...spybot or malwarebytes are my best choice.....hope this could help.....
The blue screen will have a ton of data with it, as they can be caused by many things from hardware failure to a virus. Gather as much information as you can from the BSOD (Blue Screen Of Death) and post it as a reply to this post.
As long as you have the correct ram and your computer is not crashing, like showing sings of " the blue screen of death," then your memory is still good. Well sounds like a compaq desktop, what is the model #? Its usually located on the front of the case or theres a sticker on the side or back indicating the year sn# or model# of it. Also what program is it running on? How much ram is installed?
It could be a number of things. First, have tried reinstalling vista and installing the latest drivers for your hardware? You also might have a bad piece of hardware causing windows to crash. I would start by backing up all your files, downloading and saving all the latest drivers and doing a complete refromat and reinstall of vista. If you are unaware on how to do this, then I recommend taking the pc to a good repair place and having them do it for you.
you must hold down the F10 key( for system recovery) when you turn on computer. hold down as computer starts up,hopefully it will then repair itself and boot up. If not,start up computer holding down F12 for advanced diagnostics and run some test!! Good luck