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#1default How to Fix Blue Screen of Death on Sat Dec 03, 2011 8:20 am

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Blue Screen of Death is a very common error that occurs in all the
versions of the Windows OS, be it Win XP, or Win Vista or Windows 7. A
lot of major as well as minor hardware and software related issues can
lead to Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). Sometimes you can resolve the issue
by simply solving it by restarting your PC. However, many times the
BSOD screen won’t allow you to reach the desktop or even if you have
reached the desktop, the BSOD screen can appear all of a sudden while
you are doing something important on your PC.

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BSODs appear when Windows encounters a serious problem and stalls the
operating system. You can easily fix BSOD issues by examining all the
factors that has triggered it. Here are some things you should do when
you encounter a BSOD:

1. Some BSODs are so bad that you may end up installing fresh copy of
Windows on your system. If you are not able to access your data after
the occurrence of BSOD, you may also end up losing all your precious
data. So, you need try your best to reach the desktop. You can try the
‘Last Known Good Configuration’ option or by going into the Safe Mode.
You can try both of these options by pressing the F8 key before the
appearance of the Windows loading screen. If you do it correctly, you
will see the ‘Windows Advanced Options Menu’ screen where you will see
options like Safe Mode, Safe Mode with Networking and Last Known Good
Configuration.

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2. When you see the BSOD, you should read the message that appears on
it carefully. Usually, the error screen contains a ‘STOP ERROR’ code
that consists of numbers and alphabets. The code varies depending on the
problems that have caused the respective BSOD error. So, the first
thing you need to do is make a note of the error code.

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3. If your system is displaying the BSOD screen after recent
installation of hardware or software, you can try uninstalling the
hardware or software and see if that resolves the issue. After
uninstalling the software that caused the problem, you can perform virus
scan on your system. Repairing registry errors by making use of
registry applications can help in getting rid of BSODs that are caused
by software. Alternatively, you can also try the System Restore option
to go back to a date when your system was working perfectly fine.

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4. The next thing you need to is to find out what has caused the BSOD
by researching on the internet. You can do this on your secondary PC.
All you need to do is type the STOP ERROR code on Google and find out
what solutions are available. A very good way to find solution for all
kinds of BSOD errors is to visit the Microsoft Support website. At
Microsoft Support, you will get all the possible solutions that you can
try to get rid of the BSOD screen.

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