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Screen becoming blue and flickering white

Just today, my screen started to freeze and turn white and the only way this was fixed was moving my screen a little. The screen had to be held in place for me to be able to move the mouse. I decided that I should shut down my computer and see if the freezing white color go away. When I turned the computer back on, everything was going fine until i had to log in, when i logged in it gave me a black screen. I had to restart my computer again and that is when it gave me the blue death screen. I am wondering if anyone knows the solution to this problem? if they think it is something is lose? thanks in advance

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  • needhelpfix Jul 17, 2008

    loose* not lose

  •  Andrew Smith
    Andrew Smith May 11, 2010

    If you can try to come with the blue screen of death, write the problem with it. So I can see the problem.

  • Anonymous Mar 29, 2014

    when i open something it turn red.blue, green and white when i put it to sleep it will come back on

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I fixed this same problem using a registry scanner. Here's a link to a good free one:
www.your-free-info.com/RegCure
I've used this one and it sped up my computer by quite a bit. Hope this helps.

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