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Blue Screen of Death.(DSOD) due to installing Alcohol 120% software.


tempretard

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I am using Windows 7 Basic and Compaq presario C60 laptop, when I installed Alcohol 120% latest, after completing installation a request for restart appeared after that startup is not loading and BSOD appearing and system restarts. Other problem is that I was trying to remove that software by SafeMode but problem is that I tried thousands times F8 button DEL button but Windows Recovery Manager appearing, SafeMode window is showing up. Thats it. Please Help me to get rid of it.

Thanks

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Jock1e

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I suppose you could try F5 at start up to see if that will get you into safe mode.

Maybe a system repair but you would need your W/7 Cd for that.

Not sure if you have a choice of back to factory setting with that or not,But you would loose everything you have downloaded on to your Laptop.

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tempretard

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Thanks for your help experts, I get rid off that problem.

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tempretard

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*got

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alanrwood

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You have posted this twice . Please mark the other one as completed and stick to this one.

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