Blue screen

so i format my laptop two weeks ago for the first time after buying it and installed the win. 8 that came along with it.
Every since i get this blue screen at random moments, it happens like twice a day.

I think it's windows related because i used win 7 and it stopped happening.

ANyone knows what this could be?

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That's a warranty issue.

Back to the maker to solve or correct it.

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fortunately it's still in warranty

I might try another format and a fresh install of the OS and if this doesn't work, then i guess I have no choice but bring it back to the store

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I don't use format or fresh install of the OS.

Almost all laptops come with an onboard factory restore system as a way to create restore media. Format and install an OS is not correct for about 99% of the laptops you buy today.

Maybe this is why it's looped? I know that PCs haven't come with manuals for years but proceed with care on this. A maker might dismiss it being a warranty issue when the user formats the drive.

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brought it back to the store

I was able to give it back at the store from where i bought it and the technician will check it. Honestly, i thought the warranty is off because i format it, but luckily it worked.

I'll just have to wait for awhile now.
Thank you for all the answers

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Repair with Image file

Repair the window or either make ISO image file

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