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Windows 7: Blue screen and indexes?

03 Sep 2012   #1
lmorales

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Blue screen and indexes?

Hello computer geniouses,

I am running windows 7 and I just noticed that the Index rate needs to be refreshed, which I did, it tells me that a new hardware has been detected so, I click the refresh button and it runs for a few minutes and then the blue screen is displayed and the PC reboots. I did it a couple of times and nothing change.

I have not noticed any trouble with the PC funcionality and I have not installed any new hardware.

I do not know how critical this can be or how to resolve the issue, in other words, I NEED HELP.

Thank you in advance


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04 Sep 2012   #2
z3r010

 

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