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lemon1733

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Hey
sorry if his has been asked before but i have a serious problem

when i start up my pc and have logged in, a blue screen flashes up quickly (has white writing on it but cannot read as it disappears too quickly) then restarts the computer. Before this started happening, another error was occuring where windows explorer would automatically close when i opened and window, and would have to start it again using task manager.

I can load up my pc in safe mode and have run numerous virus scans, malware removers, trojan removers, and whatever I could think of (which isnt too much as Im not too good with computers) which came up with problems that were fixed or deleted, but still the same thing happens.

I am at a complete loss now of what do do and was hoping there was someone who could help me please

acer laptop
aspire 9300
windows vista home premium
2ghz processor
1gb ram

Thanks
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matt.

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your getting blue screen of death oOo

yeah, check wether u've installed any new hardware/software lately, if any vent's are blocked.
you can check wot your computer is failing on.
Probz over heating.

Umm, i cant really give you much advice, since i'm not a staff n i'll probz get in trouble.
It's not maleware related.
It could be IRQ related, so check your BIOS if you no what that is.
Blue screens are pretty serious and after consistant blue screens it could do some damage.

Your probz better off to get a technician to look at it.
If you knew something about computer's i'd tell you to look at the address of the error

Edited by matt., 30 September 2008 - 07:36 AM.

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