So what's changed? If it only started this week what have you added or
changed that could cause the problem? Blue screens are usually driver
related and you need to know what type of error message appears so click on
this link from my website
and disable the auto restart so you can actually see the error on the blue
screen without the computer just flashing thse screen blue and then
Alternatively, as the problem didn't exist last week have you tired doing a
system restore to a point prior to when the problem started, i.e., sometime
last week? (assuming you have a restore point available) Click Start
button>all programs>accessories>system tools>system restore.
John Barnett MVP
Windows - Shell/User
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"mikeboulton" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I am still getting the blue screen at least once a day.
> This wasn't happening last week, it's just the last week it happens at
> once a day.
> my question, besides why ? is,
> if i put in my windows vista home premium upgrade disc, will i have the
> option to repair ? or is it just going to clean install ?
> i'm not interested in clean installing Again. I've had to do that twice
> Can anyone provide any help please?
> I would most certainly appreciate it.