My laptop problem.

Dell Latitude d600
April 18, 2010 at 14:01:53
Specs: Windows XP
My laptop booted fine and my programs were loading up, the screen suddenly dimmed so i could barly see what i was doing. I managed to turn it off and try re-booting. Now the laptop loads enough to ask me how to start windows, then it flicks onto a blue screen, and tries to re-boot. This is a continuous thing and i can never read the blue screen.

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April 18, 2010 at 23:48:49
Hi, maybe you can try these steps.

1. Replace your random access memory (RAM)

RAM is a hardware that is permanently installed inside the
computer's motherboard. It is a rectangular piece that holds
the information. This is where the CPU gets the instructions.
And once this equipment is not functioning normally, without
doubt, the computer crash in the blue screen. And so, the
replacement of the RAM can be a solution.

2. Run a registry cleaner

A registry cleaner can eliminate errors in your record. This
record stores all information about the software, drivers,
applications and games that are installed on your computer.
And in time, it can get bad, because some obsolete entries
are not deleted and can lead to what they call the "blue
screen of death."

By using a registry cleaner, the blue screen error can be
eradicated and increases the speed of your computer in the
process. In addition, the blue screen of death will not happen
if you regularly check and care for your computer system.

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