|06 Jul 2012||#1|
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BSOD right just before "please wait" in the login page
Well I turned on my computer this morning, every was normal until my computer had the windows logo appear and then when the login page appears with "please wait" a BSOD appeared... So I turned off the computer and tried again, this time the login page screws up a little and then the BSOD appears again. Safe Mode won't work either as the BSOD screen comes up at the same time as when normally booted.
I'm pretty technologically inept... So... Any help would be very much appreciated.
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