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Hey how are you doing I would like to thank you ahead of time for any help that you might be ale to give me here on this topic. I was downloading two days ago and my computer crashed (no sdurprise as how it was running). Anyway I went to restart and it went to the blue screen but restarts before I can read the thing then go back to a configuration that worked before the crash but nw I keep getting a critical system error. (I had the error signature but the comp froze on my 1st posting so now I have to restart the comp for it but I will get it for. BUt I do have my EVEREST Report if it may be able to help. Also I have ran registry Mechanic 6 on it for repairs, McAfee AntiVirus, Earthlink Antivirus, and BIt Defender to fix any problems but I am still hurting. The when I restart it goes back to the crashing configuration and I have to manually go to the working configuration after another restart. Plus I have like 2 gigs taking up space that I didn't have before. Is there a way to just delete everything without a format (No windows install cd) and just have the system programs left to find out the bare issues here? My comp is starting to run a little slow now.

But thank you fro any future help on the issue.

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OKay so here is what the error says:

The system has recovered from a seious error

A log of this error has been created.

Error Signature
BCCode : 1000007f BCP1 : 00000008 BCP2 : 80042000 BCP3 : 00000000
BCP4 : 00000000 OSVer : 5_1_2600 SP : 2_0 Product : 256_1

And then:
Error Report Contents

Of course it was my fault for taking up Politcal Science instead of computer engineering when using Windows so I have no idea what this stuff means so I was thinking one of you brilliant individuals may be able to help me.

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~Thanks Again
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