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I recently moved my computer downstairs for the weekend and everything was working fine. I then put the computer back upstairs and when i start it, i get the BSOD that says something went wrong and i should restart. I keep getting the same thing, but when i load up XP in safe mode, it works and everything is dandy. Does anyone know what the problem could be?? also, is there a way to make a USB wireless adapter to work in safe mode?? thanks in advance for any response.
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Hi, welcome to this site
remember we are working blind so bare with us
to help others reply to your question
if you haven't mentioned it yet:
- what model of computer
- what os, XPpro or home
- how old is it

if it is a desktop, then I would think that the cards have moved in theirs slots, if it is a laptop then I would think that something has been connected wrongly

- the bsod message is normally some wording and a numbers here is a link to deal with the numbers side it and could we know what both are

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