Quote: Originally Posted by Zidane2424
You beat me to it Night Hawk....
I have seen people bring in computers to me that they formatted because they couldn't get something to install on it....That could be the reason that OS manufactures don't send the discs with the new machine much anymore!
Just about any new desktop or laptop these days has a specified key combination you use at post time for seeing the full restore take place. The manufacturers have been doing that since Vista came out for most simply to save on manufacturing costs as well as seeing a new restoration feature available.
A former neighbor brought up a Dell XPS laptop back in late 2007 when that line was first out with the full restore option seen then.
The one thing luffypotter can do there is go into the advanced system settings>startup/recovery section and disable the automatic restart on crash option to watch for any further BSODs and take down any other information that comes up as well. That could reveal whether this is a simple device driver
error or hardware problem being realized.