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Windows has recovered from a serious error

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Hi, posted here a long time ago and you guys were a big help!

Btw, a month ago I've been receiving a "Windows has recovered from a serious error" and thought it was an error caused by an emulation tool and virtual drive I installed. So I proceeded to uninstall them and the error went away however just today it came back with the so-called "dreaded blue screen error message" (read the quote from another site) :) and I'm not quite sure what caused it?

Can I request for help in this matter? Thanks.

PS: I've forgot where to look for the minidump file where the said note of the error message was placed by windows. Showing me where it can be found would be greatly appreciated. Also, I've already followed the steps in your site's Malware and Spyware Cleaning Guide before starting a new topic. Hope this is the correct forum. :)
Thanks a lot,


Edited by Duality_88, 06 June 2009 - 02:00 AM.

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