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Bluescreen stop error

My computer is stuck on bluescreen mess.stop;0x0000007B it allso says Run CHKDSK/F and remove any new hard drives installed.how do i do this when your computer is stuck. i was trying to hook up my printer and it not find drive for it. then i restarted my comp. stuck on bluescreen.please help me.tell me what i need to do please

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Your ram is corrupt.
change your RAM and then u get os.

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