Re: BSOD on my laptop
Did your son purchase a Ram or Memory module?
If that is the case, remove it and see if the the BSOD comes up again.
Or what ever your son got installed on your notebook, remove it and see if the same problem comes up again.
BTW, did your son say that he was going to "tweak" your computer? Or worst still, did he have any friends-that-know-alot-about-computers come over and mess around with your laptop?
If that is the case, slap him for me. Sorry, I work in a computer shop, and it's a rather common situation where son or freinds of son have messed around with mon or dad's computer.
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