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craz26

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The loading issue started right after I re-installed windows 7, the laptops been sitting for 2 months without an operating system decided

to sell it because its not much of use to me anymore. I have no idea why its doing this.

 

Reason why it was sitting  without an op.

 

Everything started months ago, laptop was working perfectly untill a windows update. One of the updates malfunctioned which was Microsofts malicious

software removal tool after that my laptop started to restart automatically. I had dariks boot n Nuke i used it to remove windows 7, though that would resolve

the problem, I was wrong. Now I am unsure what to do. I took photo of the screen.

 

The image I posted is whats occuring, it continues to loading until it stops at a windows updating screen then goes back to that blue screen. I will sell the laptop

as it is, because its to much of a hassle for me to sort out without the proper knowledge. Someone else can fix it who has more experience then me. I am more suited

for virus removal than this stuff.

 

Tell me what my options are? I may not be able to follow any instructions given.

 

 

 

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Hi, what does it say on the second line? (under "A problem has been detected") etc.


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