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Blue screen because of RAM

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so i guess i did a bad thing, I have 16gb of ram and noticed only 12 was being used. So i went to msconfig to change the maximum ram in advance options. In doing so i went back to double check it and it was at 0. So i changed it back and hoped for the b est. Now its blue screening and not sure how to fix it. I went to bios and not to sure what to do in there, not finding anything in ram. 

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Tap F8 and enter into safe mode and then go to start-->all programs-->system tools-->system restore.

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