The blue screen of death (BSOD), also known as the blue screen of doom, is among the most infamous error codes in Windows based operating systems. To fix blue screen error, one can safely guess that there’s something critically wrong in your operating system. Unfortunately for you, and even the highest trained computer technicians, fixing the blue screen of death isn’t always as easy as it seems to be, and it can take high amount of PC hardware skills to get to the root of the problem.

Causes:

1) External factors that could cause a BSOD include viruses and malware

2) Internal factors include accidental changes in the installed software registry, damaged hardware components

3) Registry Errors

There are four essential parts that you should be aware of on a Blue Screen of Death:

The 1st part records the actual error message.

The 2nd list the system modules that are already loaded into memory.

The 3rd section lists the modules that were about to be loaded had the error not occurred.

The 4th section lists the current status of the Kernel Debugger.

How to Fix Blue Screen of Death?

Before you start to fix Windows blue screen, you should backup Windows data in case of data loss

If you aren’t an computer expert then simply call your local computer repair technician to fix the Blue Screen Problems

Steps:

1) Start Windows using Last Known Good Configuration or Safe Mode

2) System Restore is a step-by-step troubleshooting wizard that allows the user to select a Restore Point for previous settings on your computer. You can access it using either Safe Mode or from System Recovery Options menu

3) Use Windows Scan Disk to test hard drive and repair disk errors

4) Install Service Packs and Windows Updates