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I need some help, my laptop on Windows 7, everytime I start it up it gives me a bluescreen with that 7x error. However, when I open up in safe mode, that doesn't happen. How do I fix this?
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Is the Win7 on your laptop the one that came with it? If so I would point my finger at a possible bad RAM module. Try pulling one stick and seeing if it still barfs.
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post #3 of 6
It sounds like you have a bad driver if you can start the laptop in safe-mode OK. Try installing the drivers one-by-one till you find the corrupted driver and reinstall.
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If you were Overclocking & stress testing when this initially happened then you will need to run a (chkdsk /f) command on your drives from the Windows Recovery Console (insert Windows CD & Boot it)

I've had this same error and that's how I fixed it...
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doc2142 has a laptop, though, so chances are unlikely that doc2142 was overclocking or otherwise trying to run the laptop beyond its specs (well, ok, you can but that's usually in software and when you reboot the changes go away unless the software starts up when you load Windows).
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It got fixed I don't know how. Just ran malwarebytes in safe mode and when I rebooted I didn't get the bsod.
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