Just for future reference... lots of people won't download and open attachments, like the one that you left in your last reply, for fear of getting infected.
You should do a screen shot of what you're looking at, then save it to your pictures folder as a .JPG file, not a .BMP as those suckers tend to be huge, then use UPLOAD feature to upload that pic from your PC to your reply.
Before you take your friends word for 'The Blue Screen of Death' thingy you should do some research and find out just what that term means. Shoot, I had a Tech guy at Best Buy telling me that the one little tenth of a second of blue that flashed on my screen at startup was the Blue Screen of Death... Yeah, right, some of those guys are dumber than a box of rocks.
What operating system are you using? Windows XP or what? You kind of walked around the Safe Mode thingy Boo... so have you tried getting into Safe Mode to try to fix your problem or are you just continuing to boot up, log on and start playing that game?
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and im kinda confused on it so if you could simpafy it for me step by step
well those of us who are reading this and trying to offer you help are in the same boat.
At least I am, confused about what you're trying to say I mean... so could you simplify things for us a bit and walk us through your problem one step at a time?
Like go through everything that you do from the time that you hit the 'ON' button, and answer the question "Are you able to get into Safe Mode?"
Hope I'm making sense here.
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