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Windows 7: Screen does not work anymore; windows crashes and dumps when booting

10 Oct 2016   #1
bsoddumps

W7 HOME PREMIUM SP1 x64
 
 
Screen does not work anymore; windows crashes and dumps when booting

Hi forum,

The screen of my laptop does not work anymore, despite suffering no physical damage. Therefore, from now on I am using an external monitor and safe mode with networking.
When booting, the windows symbol appears normally, yet before showing the desktop a crash dump pops.
Launch startup repair does not solves the issue, showing no results whatsoever.

WIN7-PC-10_10_2016_175326,72.zip

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Thank you so much in advance for your help.




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File Type: zip cpuz_driver_980 ERROR.zip (63.1 KB, 0 views)
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10 Oct 2016   #2
bsoddumps

W7 HOME PREMIUM SP1 x64
 
 

Does the .zip file offer enough info., or should I upload a picture of the blue screen when dumping?
If any further data is necessary, just let me know.
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