Hey guys, I have an ACER ASPIRE 5739G running Windows 7 64-bit.
No changes were made on the laptop over the past 2 months, suddenly I started to encounter the "blue screen of death" once every few days, randomly when browsing the internet (no other software was running). It started to do this more frequently, within 1 hour of EVERY startup, I then performed a system restore and now the blue screen appears within 30 seconds of every startup, as well as Safe Mode.
The blue screen appears for 15 seconds, the laptop then restarts.
I have attached an image of the blue screen below:
I know the most obvious solution will be to re-format the hard drive, as the computer is rebooting within 30 seconds of each start up as well as safe mode.
Is there any way for me to browse the hard drive on the laptop without loading up the OS, to transfer to another laptop/external HD?
I have a couple of really vital documents (only 10mb worth), although the laptop reboots before I have the chance to transfer them to a USB stick.
If there was a way to transfer these files, I would be more than happy to re-format the laptop.
Thanks for any assistance!