I am getting the, so called, Blue Screen of Death' everytime I switch my computer on.
It happens as either the log in screen or when I reach the desktop after a couple of minutes.
I have run Chkdsk and swithed off Disk Keeper defrag at start-up and also run a memory test for several hours but still it keeps cropping up.
After re-booting, everything is fine until I switch on the computer again then, sure enough, blue screen all over again.
Can anyone throw any light on why this might be happening?
I've disconnected all peripherals but it still does it.
Trend Micro 'PC Cillin' Internet security is my antivirus and firewall software which occasionally announces that it has gone back to the last known good configuration due to a 'serious error' occuring on the system.
I am running Win XP with service pack two with all latest updates.
Hmmm, I would advise checking fittings of any graphics card and also remove and replace RAM sticks after making sure all sockets are clean and dust-free. I think this is more hardware related than software.