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Can anyone please give me some tips and advice to prevent future encounters of "Blue Screen" and boot failures?

Edited by mikan, 14 November 2009 - 10:12 PM.

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    Kraków my love :)

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It'd be the same, if you asked us: how to avoid car accidents?
You can be the best, the most careful driver in the world and the accident still may happen.
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Well said Broni. :)
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its simple...do not add any new software or change any settings or do anything with the computer...
just start it up and admire it... don't use it...then call the whole setup art... :)
just kidding...
put on some malware tools ...be skeptical about any claims about software AND google anything you are contemplating adding to or changing on your system...
your semi knowledgeable friends are your worst source of info...
computers are just a tool...use it.. it will get a little dinged and scratched but that's normal
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