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My parents PC is getting the blue of death screen. I restart the computer and when it says if I want to go to Safe Mode, Safe Mode with Network, Start system with last known good configuration. I select Start system with last know good configuration. The computer starts up I get a message that says "The system has recovered from a serious error." . Then I would say an hour or so later, the blue of death screen appears again.

What to do? Thanks!
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This is the window in event viewer.

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Click start then run, type chkdsk /r then press enter

Type Y to confirm for next boot, press enter then reboot

It will take an hour or so to get to the desktop and the process should not be disturbed
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Done. Now what?
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Is it still blue screening?
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Yes I went to restart the computer and the blue screen came up again.
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The error numbers are

0x0000007e,0xc0000005,0x805c607b,0xf789e1e8,0xf789dee4

Edited by unethical, 22 July 2007 - 10:57 AM.

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There is this

http://support.micro...kb/900485/en-us

Also mention of creative soundblaster

http://support.micro...kb/321637/en-us
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