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Blue screen too quick to read


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Hello, I have just received a new computer running 7 home edition, occasionally I get a blue screen stop error but have no chance to read it before the system reboots. How do I keep the blue screen on screen to read it?

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johndrew

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Have a look at this article.

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Jock1e

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See if it will run in safe mode if so check device manager for yellow exclamation marks.Could be drivers needing updated.

Did you buy it from a local company or the likes of e-bay.

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CAPES

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Thanks Johndrew, thats the info i was looking for. Jock1e, couldnt see any yellow ex marks but hasnt happened today yet, it's a mesh pc by the way, at least if it does happen again it will stay on screen, thanks for the replies Mark

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Are mesh back in business again then.

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