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#1 blazefly

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Posted 10 May 2011 - 06:36 PM

I read my post and made a lot of grammatical and mechanical errors in my post.
I apologize for putting you all through that.
:o
What I meant to say, I have done everything possible to eliminate this BSOD.
My question is what is the best way to go about fixing this?
I had this problem for a couple of days.
I can P.O.S.T. and get to the log in screen for my network, but when it loads all the start-up programs,services,and desktop icons after roughly between 10-15 minutes, the blue screen appears and it re-boots.
I then boot into Safe Mode w/Network Supports and it works, but with no sound.

I hope this give you a better clue about what is ailing my laptop. :thumbsup:

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