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computer wont go in safemode

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by sind150, Apr 24, 2010.

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  1. sind150

    sind150 Thread Starter

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    i cleaned my computer to free up some space.tried to put faster ram sticks in but didnt work then put old ram sticks back in.and now it just starts and goes to the blue screen of death..i got it into safemode once and used system restore after that was done it wouldnt do anything but go to the blue screen.ive tried pressing f8 so many times but nothing.i push f5 an goes to a menu to run windows vista os or push f8 to goto advanced menu options but just starts and goes to blue screen.may i get a little help please i really need this computer to be back working.:(
     
  2. vicks

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    Welcome to TSG forums!!!!
    The first thing I would do is to double check to make sure the ram sticks are properly seated.
    Since you are new to this forum, you may not know that this site is 'manned (womanned)' by all volunteers and it may take a bit for you to resolve the problem Just be patient with us and we will try to help you work through this...
    Post back and let us know how it goes after you check the ram...
    GOOD LUCK
    vicks
     
  3. sind150

    sind150 Thread Starter

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    i double check the ram sticks took them out and pushed them back in until they auto-locked back in.restarted and still the blue sceen.ive also tried unplugging the computer and removing the cmos and waiting 15mins then putting it back.
     
  4. huggie54

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    hiya,can you get your task manager up,CTRL+ALT+DEL or CTRL+SHIFT+ESC
     
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