Windows 7 new demand by HP tech support staff

HP technicians remotely re-installed the software on my hard drive last week.  Since then, I have a small notice from Windows Explorer who says he has recovered from an unexpected shutdown, and I have to restart.  Tonight he still has informed me that the problem event name is BlueScreen.  Then, there's a list of about four codes BC "helping to describe the probem.  HP technicians, please fix this!  It happens everytime I open or move anything on the machine!

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