First of all, what a great forum here, so much informative and helpful reading matter.
My Problem :
I use avery old Samsung laptop as a backup machine and/or as a 2nd option to carry out basic internet related work on. Keeps my main Desktop free of clutter and running well all the time.
For no apparent reason, the laptop went Blue Screen a few days ago, stating some vague reference to a recent hardware install. However, i haven't installed hardware recently.
Anyways, at first i was able to restart and carry out a system restore point which enable the pc to start fine, and provide me access to the files sitting on home screen / desktop.
Then next day, the laptop went back to reboot problems and now refuses to start in any of the safe options including safe mode, networking, command prompt, LKGC and Normal.
I would happily reformat - if that was the only way forward - but i need to remove files and folders etc first.
Hopefully though, you may have suggestions that would just get the machine working well again....
Thanks for taking the time to read this,