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Try to start in safe mode. On some computers it is F5 or F8 during boot. Hitting delete while booting will open setup which may get you to safe mode. Once there, you need to do virus checking, and stuff like that.
Posted on Aug 18, 2008
you might want to run a backup and reformat the computer, or you can use one of the following programs that does a really good job in fixing blue screens, I'm a computer tech and i use this program in alot of computers.
http://www.pcbugdoctor.com/ , its free to scan, but you should consider buying it, great program.
http://www.download.com/ , download "ccleaner" cleans and fix your registrys this software is freeware.
there is also alot of other solutions, please get in contact with me if you continue to have issues.
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