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AnastasiaJ

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This morning I turned my computer on and tried to open itunes, i then got an error message saying that my itunes library was damaged, and immediately got the blue screen of death followed by a restart. Now every time i turn it on it boots normally, but after it's finished booting it lasts only a few seconds before i get the blue screen and it restarts. Also, as soon as i try to do anything, it restarts straight away. It loads properly in safe mode, i tried to remove itunes but i can't uninstall it in safe mode. help would be really appreciated :D
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Please tell us what error is mentioned on the blue screen. If that screen doesn't stay up long enough for you to read it you need to disable "automatic restart" so that the next blue screen you get will stay up until you decide to restart manually.

Control Panel >> System >> Advanced System Settings >> In the Startup & Recovery section click "Settings".
Untick "Automatically Restart" & click OK.
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It says that a problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to my computer. It happens as soon as I start trying to use any program at all.
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