Stopcode (BSOD I guess) when booting with HD or USB

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    axe0 said:
    I think that a good option is to replace the laptop.

    Usually the easiest parts to replace are the hard drive and RAM. Since the RAM is fine, the hard drive may not be the only issue and considering the circumstances where testing the other parts is pretty much impossible a good option is replacement.
    Okay... thanks so much for your help and time AxeO. . .
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  2. Posts : 13
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       #22

    axe0 said:
    I think that a good option is to replace the laptop.

    Usually the easiest parts to replace are the hard drive and RAM. Since the RAM is fine, the hard drive may not be the only issue and considering the circumstances where testing the other parts is pretty much impossible a good option is replacement.
    Hi Axe0,

    Do you know if there's another PE that can run chkdsk that's bootable?
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       #23

    I don't.
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