Macrium rescue disc created the bsod. I inserted the diic which was an update and the pc kept boooting with the blue scrrn. icould only read dmp files but it dropped off too quickly.
I finally stopped it by inserting another disc and it seems to run ok now.. Any harm done?
Thank you

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Clarification Request

I had posted that when I inserted a disc to create an updated Macrium rescue disc, the pc kept booting with the bsod and the only words I could see were -dump files.
I opened my email address and a message from Cnet said there was activity and to click on the hyperlink. I did so as I do in any forum but there was nothing to report.
My first query was -was any harm done?
The second query is -why did I get a notification if there was no reply or anything?
Thank you

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why did I get a notification if there was no reply or anythi

If I Track a discussion the forum sends me an email when I posted that one reply. So that's one cause.

If there is spam put to your post, a mod may clean it off before you see it but you still get the email.

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forum use

I am trying to adjust to this forum and will keep reading the rules so I can abide by them.
I look forward to adjusting soon so I can benefit from others expertise.
Thank you, Bob, for giving voice to this thread. It is reassuring.

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