my computer told me to repair windows.and everytime I try I get a blue screen. It does not start in any mode without failure. I just get a blue screen. Thany you shane

whenever I try to start my computer .a blue screen come often does not start in any of the modes security .He told me to repair windows recommended. can't do recovery or what he can be.wont start in safety mode.what can I do .thank you. Leonard.

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Hi leonardhurley,

Since when are you facing this problem?

You did changes before this problem occurs?

What is the exact blue screen error message you received?

Method 1

I suggest that you perform the last good known Configuration

http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows-Vista/using-last-known-good-configuration

Method 2: disable automatic reboot in order to collect the Blue error screen, so in case the blue screen just flashes and dries on.

Method 3:

I suggest you to follow the article below for the Blue error screen.

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/958233/en-us

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