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wavydavygravy

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Dear Geeks,

we have a relatively new PC with Windows 7. Recently it has been coming up with the BSOD when closing, which then reboots. The only way I can close is to go into safe mode and close from there.

Can you help?

regards,

Dave
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Have you added any new software or hardware that might have caused the BSOD?
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Do you know the error message that pops up?
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Try using Windows' "System Restore" to roll Windows back to a previous state when your computer was functioning correctly:


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His issue may be relevant to a hardware component failing.

-Disruption
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Yep, could be. I usually start with something easy first with the hope that it'll solve the problem. :D
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