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mcphee

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hi when i turn my computer on i get a blue screen and it says system halt please restart your computer and i dont no y its saying that i woz allrite earlier on today but now its not can any1 help thanks. :tazz:
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peterm

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Have you added any new programs, software or updates befor this happened
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can you boot in to safe mode?
How to Start Windows Me in Safe Mode
If Windows Me does not start normally, try to start your computer in Safe mode. When you start Windows Me in Safe mode, many Windows Me device drivers are disabled and the standard VGA display driver is used.

To start Windows Me in Safe mode, press and hold down the CTRL key while you restart your computer, and then choose Safe Mode on the Windows Me Startup menu.
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Try this
Safe Mode Troubleshooter is a component of Help and Support. This troubleshooter is designed to help you discover any issues that may prevent Windows from starting normally.

When you start the computer in safe mode, the troubleshooter is displayed automatically. To run Safe Mode Troubleshooter, click Next to run the troubleshooter, and then click the link to run the System Restore utility.

If you do not want to run the troubleshooter, click the Close (X) button in the upper-right corner to close the troubleshooter.

To manually start Safe Mode Troubleshooter, click Start, point to Run, type the following command, and then click OK:
hcp://help/tshoot00/w0safemode.htm
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