blue screen?

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    possibly faulty memory module(s). create a memtest86 boot disk or if you're on windows 7+ schedule the windows memory diagnostic tool to run when you restart from the control panel.

  • 6 years ago

    sorry i did not realize i posted this i was going to do it later but what even any ways here are some details

    1 i only get a blue screen some times not every time and it happens when i turn the computer on also when i see the blue screen it is a very ugly flat light blue and there is no text or error codes also after a minute the computer restarts it self then goes back to normal also when the blue screen appears i pressed esc one time and it went to the bios also i AM NOT GETTING A FLIPPING MAC

  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

    Windows

  • 6 years ago

    Time to ditch Windows and go for a Mac.

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