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Display problem i have receiving a blue screen message that your cumputer is dump during starting windows

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Go to START, ALL PROGRAMS, ACCESSORIES, COMMAND PROMPT. In the black window that pops up, type CD... [enter] do it again CD... [enter] Now type in CHKDSK /F [enter] What this does is check your hard drive for errors and repairs them. the /F means repair the hard drive. Instructions say next time you boot up the machine will check its hard drive.

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