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I have a windows 7 acer aspire 5733 i5 with 4gb of memory and is a 64 bit operating system and is about 8 months old what is happening is when ever i boot the computer every time the bsod flashes and the it goes away before you can read it then a black screen that wants you to launch start up repair and if you choose this option it attempt to restore to a earlier date and fails but if you choose to continue and starts system normally it boots fine the computer is not slow and does not have any other issues that Im aware of but the bsod at start up has me concerned any help would be appreciated and thanks in advance
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To begin, turn on or restart your PC.

Just before the Windows 7 splash screen shown above appears, or just before your PC automatically restarts, press the F8 key to enter Advanced Boot Options.

Important: You do not need to be able to access Windows 7 normally to disable the automatic restart on system failure option via the Advanced Boot Options menu.

[attachment=65318:Advance Boot Menu Win7.jpg]

You should now see the Advanced Boot Options screen shown above.

If your computer automatically restarted or you see a different screen, you may have missed the brief window of opportunity to press F8 in the previous step and Windows 7 is probably now continuing (or attempting) to boot normally.

If this is the case, just restart your computer and try pressing F8 again.

Using the arrow keys on your keyboard, highlight Disable automatic restart on system failure and press Enter.
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To begin, turn on or restart your PC.

Just before the Windows 7 splash screen shown above appears, or just before your PC automatically restarts, press the F8 key to enter Advanced Boot Options.

Important: You do not need to be able to access Windows 7 normally to disable the automatic restart on system failure option via the Advanced Boot Options menu.

[attachment=65318:Advance Boot Menu Win7.jpg]

You should now see the Advanced Boot Options screen shown above.

If your computer automatically restarted or you see a different screen, you may have missed the brief window of opportunity to press F8 in the previous step and Windows 7 is probably now continuing (or attempting) to boot normally.

If this is the case, just restart your computer and try pressing F8 again.

Using the arrow keys on your keyboard, highlight Disable automatic restart on system failure and press Enter.



so you believe this will reosolve the issue even if it not crashing it just bsod af turning it on for the first time n goes away with 2 seconds??
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What this is meant to do is to stop the BSOD so that you can get the info from it and pass it along to us to determine where the issue is.
The BSOD info window will look like this:




[attachment=65482:BSOD.jpg]
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