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Need help regarding blue screen on windows 7

Mar 20, 2017 9:35AM PDT

Today i was working on my laptop then suddenly a blue screen appears and my computer started shutting down and then restarted. After that i myself shut it down and then restarted again. Windows then logged in and after one or two minutes again blue screen appeared and my computer restarted. It keeps on shut down and restarting. I dont know what is wrong. I have not experience this before. Plz help me. What should i do? I cant check my computer settings even. Because when i starts windows, the blue screen appears after one minute of logged in.

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There are many reasons for this
Mar 20, 2017 9:55AM PDT

The most common I run into is dust, lint buildup. You can usually find out if the owner is keeping up with maintenance by asking about their canned air use.

Also, boot safe mode with networking while you tell more about your PC's care, make, model, age.

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Mar 20, 2017 10:15AM PDT
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Stop 0xA is all over the web
Mar 20, 2017 10:18AM PDT

With thousands of causes. As you suspect it doesn't tell use much other than your PC crashed.


More telling is you not revealing answers to my query. So for now try a deep cleaning of this old PC with replacement of ALL heatsink compounds on ALL heatsinks.

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Check your Events Logs
Mar 20, 2017 11:06AM PDT

See if you find any more information about what caused it.

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dust again, eh ? LOL
Mar 22, 2017 12:44AM PDT

oh it's the nut with the dust again, his solution to every hardware & software problem LOL. I worked as a certified tech for over 15 years and never, NEVER had a problem related to dust on the board.

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depends on where it's at
Mar 22, 2017 10:40AM PDT

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