Hi melvinleppla and welcome to Geeks To Go
I'm sorry to hear about your problem and it certainly seems like you have one. The dreaded BOD
I still get the blue screen of death with error messages out of the blue and even on booting into Windows. Much of the time the quirk happens at the same booting up point as programs boot into the startup.
Whatever is causing that needs fixed. A properly maintained system should never act like that. I wish you were more specific in your details, what error messages exactly are you getting ?
As to PCBug Doctor I think they use deceptive advertising.
PC Bug Doctor will repair every error on your Computer anytime you need it
I'm sorry but no software exists that will repair "every error on your computer", I believe that would take True AI. Flat out that's a Lie! If you download it or the many like it you'll find ya gotta buy them before they work. Why would you when there several good registry cleaners that are free.? RegSeeker
works Ok. Many of the problems reported by registry cleaners really don't matter much anyway. PCBugDoctor and others like it try to scare you by claiming you have 700 or 800 errors. I honestly doubt PCBug Doctor would solve your problem.
I don't use Norton System works but PCBug Doctor certainly is no replacement for Norton. I would consider another antivirus, both AVG
are excellant Free anti-virus programs, and F-Prot For Windows
are not free but highly thought of. But that's up to you, if Norton's working for you keep it if you wish. You need a firewall tho and I didn't see that in Norton System works. Does it include a firewall?
Since you crash often booting up try this to try to find the problem.
- Type Msconfig into Run
- on the General tab check Diagnostic startup
You will be ask to confirm every file that gets loaded as windows boots up. See which one crashes your system and post the results of this experiment here. Name of the file and the error messsage received.
To boot normally go into Safe mode by Tapping F8
as your system boots up and select Safe Mode
. Type Msconfig
again and select Normal startup
hope this helps some