Re: Bsod Arghhh
That, like most things, is relevant. If you don't mind losing all the files that may be saved on the drive, go ahead. It'll only take an hour or so, and it wont hurt. the bsod on boot is usually a bad windows file, so a reinstall is a good bet. If you want to save the files, thats also an easy fix.
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~FarmerJohn, Apr 16 2004