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hello,

i have a hp mini laptop 110-1030nr and in the last couple of days i have been seeing this blue screen.for example i will login from the welcome screen the maybe about an hour or more it will show the blue screen for about less than 5 seconds then it will shutoff and then restart can you help me. i have done a norton full system test and for some reason it keeps freezing and i have 2 accounts on the log in screen.
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In the start menu, right-click on My Computer. Click on properties. Click on the Advanced tab. Under the “Startup and Recovery” section, click the Settings button. In the “System Failure” section you should be able to see a Check Box that says “Automatically Restart”. Un-check that box and click on OK. Close out the properties Window to go back to the desktop. You should now be able to read your BSODs when you get them. Write down what the BSOD says and post it here.

It's really the only way we can tell what's going on with your computer.

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In the start menu, right-click on My Computer. Click on properties. Click on the Advanced tab. Under the “Startup and Recovery” section, click the Settings button. In the “System Failure” section you should be able to see a Check Box that says “Automatically Restart”. Un-check that box and click on OK. Close out the properties Window to go back to the desktop. You should now be able to read your BSODs when you get them. Write down what the BSOD says and post it here.

It's really the only way we can tell what's going on with your computer.

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hello

i have download hijack this before i posted this and i did a run live update and show login file will that be better for you or will the one you said is better please let me know
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i have download hijack this before i posted this and i did a run live update and show login file will that be better for you or will the one you said is better please let me know


I am not used to reading hijack this logs simply because they are more useful for seeing malware programs on the computer. I really don't think malware is causing your problem. I think it is more of a hardware problem( blue screens usually are).

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