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Blue screen Error after installing Vista updates

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by rob_vya, Nov 17, 2009.

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  1. rob_vya

    rob_vya Thread Starter

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    So yea, today i was surfing the net then I decided to close my laptop then I saw that it needed a shut down and needed to update some vista stuff. So I clicked shutoff then the updates started and ended.
    Then after a few after dining, I wanted to go on my laptop so I started it, the updates started and then was stuck at 25% for like 30 minutes so I decided to force shutdown.
    After forcing shutdown, I restarted the laptop, then it brought me to the Windows Error Recovery.
    (Safe mode, Safe mode with networking, Safe mode with command Promt, Last known good config, Start Windows Normally )
    I tried em all and it still brought me to that blue screen of Death. ( the Blue screen appears too fast and shut down quickly for me to read what it says )
    Then it restarts and do the same thing again and again

    I lost my Vista premium CD and all. What to do?
    I got a eurocom M860TU laptop.
     
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    rob_vya Thread Starter

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    still no good, after burning the cd i did try every restore possible but it says that a file already exist so the restore cannot be made. ( i tried every possible date existing ).
     
  4. joeten

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    please read method 2 carefully as it involves a few more steps to get past the service pack issue which may be what is stopping you,also check your laptop makers suport site and see if you can find the manual or info how to invoke the recovery partition if you have one
     
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