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Znender

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Hello, I've been using my comp for quite a while now and it has always functioned well...even tho i reformatted a few times to clean out some junk.
Until recently, I was running Photoshop and then my comp showed a Blue Screen tat covered the entire screen of the comp, then the screen deteorates to a Black screen and while it was in the Blue Screen, my comp was totally frozen and in the Black Screen.
I thought it might have been a bug or Wurm prob. so i formatted my comp.
Now then, I was installing my sound driver, when the Same Blue Screen appeared again and then the comp got frozen.
I thought it might have been a faulty Windows error, so i reinstalled the Windows with another copy that i have.
The Blue Screen appeared once more when i was installing the sound driver.
I then decided to scrap the sound driver and went on to using the comp.
I was using MSN and it chatted for a while but then the comp froze with that blue screen once again.
I then tried several more times and the same result happened again.

Anyone have any idea on how to fix this?
thanks
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*bump* pls help?
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*bump*
help
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unless you say what the error was, it is impossible to help.

Specifically, all the error information including STOP MESSAGE, and any parameters, as faulting module.
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