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Blue screen of death

I removed about 7 viruses off of a computer and now when I boot the computer it seems to start properly then comes to the blue screen. Is their a command line that I can use in safe mode to fix this problem. When I boot to safe mode the OS comes back. Please Help

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Sorry cannot offer assistance

with such limited information provided

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Too little to work with.

But my brother returned a laptop I loaned him and between the malware and the registry cleaner the damage was too deep. I wasted 2 hours applying what I know and while I bet I could in some hours get it fixed I didn't have any files to save so a boot to the RECOVERY MEDIA and in 30 minutes I had it all working again. 15 minutes later I installed what I wanted and I was done.
Bob

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