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Occasional BSOD caused by possible malware


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Unfortunately it did not. I'm unable to say what happened for i was not there, but i had my laptop folded while i would be away for a bit. my computer is set to just shut the screen off if it's folded instead of going into sleep mode. when i rearrvied, the screen stayed black, indicating that the computer froze/crashed (i have it set not to auto restart when the BSOD occurs so i have no idea whether the computer froze or if it was a blue screen).

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Well after 7 attempts, i failed to repair install windows. i get errors like: "installation files are missing or corrupted", "Installation cannot continue. please reboot and check for latest updates", and another one which i can't remember. either way, it seems as if i'm not going to get through this error. I recently ran a memory diagnostic tool and apparently found a few errors. I guess that might me the issue of the BSOD but i'm not sure.

Either way i can't seem to do a repair install on windows. I'm not sure where to continue on from here...

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