Today, I was asked to restart my computer for the updates be taken into account (not my choice seemed automatic).  When I went to turn my computer back on later, it went straight to the blue screen.

Therefore, Windows cannot restart once again! It stops at the blue screen with the following message:

A problem has been detected and windows has shut down to prevent damage to your computer.

Technical information:

STOP: 0 X 0000005 (0XC0000005, 0X7D7FBB28, 0XF89203BC, 0XF89200B8).

Then, when I hit F8 and went through all the options (trying to get into safe mode), the blue screen just kept coming back and the last time, he had these codes:

STOP: 0 x 0000005 (0 x 80000003, 0X8053355E, 0XF8A553BC, OXF8A550B8).

I tried all sorts of relaunch option namely mode security etc.  but all comes down to the blue screen.

Can someone help me?

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