About 10 days ago something happened to a Windows 7 PC as all Office programs stopped working - error message was something related to incompatible 32 or 64-bit version, even though it had been working fine for 3-4 years. So, the only way forward was to re-install Windows 7 and all the applications.
So this is what I did and returned the PC back to my client about a week ago. Everything was fine for about 3-4 days when I got a phone call that Windows is crashing with BSOD.
The error message says:
This happens after the user has logged on to the Desktop.
PC loads fine in all Safe Mode options, including Safe Mode with networking
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