Why my computer off and get blue screens

Why my computer off and get blue screens once from time to time. My hard drive sounds like he works hard. I can hear it ticking sweet sounds when I start the computer, and it takes a while to calm down.

Ron

Hi Ron,

I suggest you to follow the steps mentioned below and give us the blue screen error message.

1. click on Start and then click on Panel.

2. click system and Maintenance , and then click System.

3. click on Advanced system settings.

If you are prompted for an administrator password or a confirmation, type the password or click on allow.

4. click on the tab Advanced and then click settings under Startup and recovery.

5. to the failure of the system, click on to erase automatically restart checkbox.

6. click OK and then click ok.

7. try to reproduce the error.

Reference:

How to fix error Bluescreen (STOP) that causes Windows Vista to shut down or restart unexpectedly.

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/958233

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