HOW TO FIX BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH IN WINDOWS 10
The most recent operating system undoubtedly is the Windows 10 by Windows and as we know, the users are updating to the latest version or even buying the newest version of Windows, they are noticing quite a bit of errors that they had seen in the earlier versions of Windows but possibly didn’t expect in this latest update of Windows and one among them is the infamous Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) in Windows 10.
Why do I get the Blue Screen in Windows?
Actually, while upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 8.1 or Windows 7, you may face Blue Screen of Death. Normally, this would happen due to BIOS settings. In some cases, the error could be due to corrupted download of the installer.
Generally in this case, you would see a message like this:
If you get the Blue Screen of Death when upgrading, the installer will take you back to the original operating system.
Don't worry if you're getting such an issue while upgrading to Windows 10. Just follow the walkthrough and you'll get to know how to fix this issue in your Windows.
MAKE A BACKUP
Backups are the most ideal things while upgrading to a new OS or installing anything new over your PCs. While you should be doing this all the time anyway, if you’re beginning to experience problems with your PC then the first thing you need to do is to create a backup.
Possibly the most obvious thing is to check if the Windows version that you’re running on your computer itself is up to date. To double check this, you just need to click on the search area of the taskbar and type windows update and then select the matching option and when the Update panel appears click on Check for Updates.
If you’ve upgraded your graphics card or any other driver and still getting errors, then it would be really better going back to the previous version. To uninstall a program or driver, you need to click on the search area in the taskbar then type view installed updates and select the option that appears with that name and after that, you will be taken to the Control Panel where you can check the dates of the drivers and uninstall the ones that might be causing the problem.
CHECKING THE CODE
With a BSOD, there will sometimes be an error code displayed at the bottom of the message. You just need to write that down then search for it on Google to see what the code represents as getting to know what you’re looking for will certainly make things a little clearer when it comes to solving the problem. You can even put that code in the forums and ask for help directly from the official team.
It would be just fine until you've no choice left than opening up your PC/laptop and ensuring that the hardware is all working properly. If a card isn’t fully pushed into its slot then there is the outside chance that it might cause a BSOD or if you’ve replaced a graphics card or maybe the RAM of your PC/laptop recently, then this would be a thing to check as the new hardware could be causing the problem. You however should avoid touching other stuff that you're not sure about.
The Bottom line
Just try avoiding messing up your PC or laptop if you don't know what to do. Try these methods as they are totally reliable and however, if the issues still persist, ask us in the comments and we'll tell you how to solve your issues.
HOW TO FIX BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH IN WINDOWS 10 Reviewed by Taha Maknoo on 12/10/2016 12:14:00 am
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