[is a hard drive xpensive to replace??? :confused: ]

It’s probably a hardare problem with the laptop since you say you
get BSOD even when trying to install windows. I carnt say "This is
wrong with it" becasue from here, it’s kinda hard to tell. How ever
I can say that it is most likly the hard drive thats at fault, as it
the parts in the computer that have moving parts are the ones the
brake most commonly, but it could be oher things as well (that are
less likly) such as dogy RAM, senile motherboard etc.

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