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==The solution ?== Only time will tell, but after all the above, the last thing I did was to uninstall AOL Spy Protecter. Note that this is *not* AOL SpyZapper which runs when I boot, but rather it's some sort of service that runs *only* once you sign into AOL. You uninstall AOL Spy Protector, by going to Start, Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs. Then once that panel comes up, click on AOL Uninstaller once to select it and then click the Change/Remove button. You will now get a list of things you can Change or Remove and one of them will say AOL Spy Protector. Do it, get rid of the beast. After I did, and rebooted once or twice or whatever, finally my blue screen seems to be gone forever. End of story? Until next time my friend, until next time. AOL hires high school dropouts to constantly update their software it seems. Each update introduces more bugs, but hey, life's a bitch huh?
Command Services Blue Screen
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