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meredith borst May 02, 2010, 09:58am EDT Report Abuse
I have gone thru a few forums on the blue screen, and cant find one to fix the problem i have, I get the blue screen with this stop: oxoooooo7e (0x0000005,ox86a3ecab, oxf7a6cb98, oxf7a6c894 and telling me about the bios but i cant seem to get anything to work. I can do all kinds of stuff in safe mode but it doesnt seem to do any good. My brother in law asked if i could look at it, all i found was a ton of gaming stuff on it. Please help

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Reason May 03, 2010, 09:24pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: blue screen
If safe mode is fine, I'd suspect a driver or other software issue.

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PIRATE May 03, 2010, 09:45pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: blue screen
If the BSOD happens when windows is loading, then it could be a corrupted block meaning your hard drive could be the problem.

You could try pulling it out and plugging it in to another computer and running scan disk on it. If scan disk is really slow and takes more than 2 hours then your drive is on the fritz.

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