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  xania 09:38 22 Aug 2003

If you can identify the last thing that was loaded, you could well find that removing it using the provided uninstall will resolve the problem.

Next, follow what Hector Allan suggests, but, instead of Safe mode, choose step-by-step, and then allow each step to run; the one that causes the BSD is your problem and needs to be removed.

Of course, a third alternative is to reformat your HD and reinstall all your good SW - I assume you got all the CDs with the laptop; if not......

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