Got a BSOD help me

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    Yeah :(
     

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    Q:did you install the proper intel video driver?
    A: Yes i did
    Q:did you install drivers in the correct order with the chipset driver first?
    A: Windows found the chipset driver and it was installed automaticly during the install :)
     
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    but was it installed first??

    the chipset governs the actions of all the other drivers.

    1. did it boot to desktop with another restart?
    2. if not boot to a rescue disk and uninstall the video driver, reboot, and if you get the desktop back, then reinstall the driver, (hopefully you have it saved to a flash drive or cd) and then reboot again.
     
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    but was it installed first?
    A: i dont know windows installed it for me during the install
     
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    okay, it will not matter to reinstall the drivers

    get your drivers and install one at a time with the chipset first, if it is a dell then install the NSS or DSS first and then the chipset, and reboot after each driver, after the chipset is installed the others can really be installed in any order,

    are you able to boot to safe mode?
    if not then you will have to boot to a rescue disk and install the drivers from a flash drive through the rescue disk OR through the rescue disk uninstall the video driver and see if you can boot to the hard drive and work the video driver from there.
     
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    This pc is not a dell .Um idk what are the chipset drivers.Yes im able to boot in safe mode
     
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    how did you get the drivers for your install if you did not know what they were?

    mine is Chip Set:Intel Chipset Software Installation Utility Driver

    right click on My Computer and choose Manage , then device manager. In the Device Manager, open the category that says: IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers. You will see your chipset brand there. It could say Intel, VIA, NVidea, SiS, ALI,

    above from HERE
     
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    All chipset drivers are the same if you get it from intel .. even the newer one will have inf files for the previous chipset included. If its a dell it will be intel and you can get it right from dell. Chipset is walways the first driver to install otherwise your system is using generic or older intel drivers included on the windows cd.

    But blue screen is often hardware error.
     
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