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About a minute after logging onto my laptop, I get a pop up that says "Windows has encountered a critical problem and will automatically restart in one minute." This happens everytime I log on. I've tried to do a system restore. This worked once, for a day or two, and then I got the same pop up and was unable to use the computer. This time a system restore didn't work, so I uninstalled and reinstalled Vista's SP1. Now the same problem is occuring again. Why is this happening and how can I fix it? :)
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