Fixing The Blue Screen Of Death
If you have a computer, you’ve most likely already come across a blue screen of death. If you haven’t, you’re either very lucky, or you’re probably running Mac or Linux as this is the only other way to avoid blue screens of death.
Basically, blue screens of death are quite easy to normally fix, as they pretty much tell you what’s going on, what’s causing the blue screen of death. Most blue screens of death happen and occur because of bad drivers, software that is to do with hardware that you plug into your computer. The drivers in the computer operating system Windows aren’t communicating properly, so Windows throws up an error saying it doesn’t understand the command you’re trying to give it.
Basically, blue screens of death very easy to determine and find out exactly what’s wrong. The first important thing you’re going to need to know about the blue screen of death is this text up here. You can tell it’s this particular text because it’s always in capitals and has no spaces. This normally tells you exactly what’s causing the blue screen of death.
An instruction says that this is your webcam causing a blue screen of death. It probably says something along the lines of webcam or graphics card or something along those lines. So that’s the first thing you need to look for on blue screen of death.
The next most important thing to look for on the blue screen of death is the stop code. If you pop this in to Google, you are most likely going to find the answer on how to fix the blue screen of death. Somebody else has probably had exactly the same problem as you and posted on a forum for help. So this means that someone else in the community has probably answered the question and told the person how to fix the blue screen of death. So this could be the case for you as well.
Also the next most important part of how to fix the blue screen of death is this text in capitals at the top of the page. It would normally tell you exactly the file name that is causing the blue screen of death. So if it is your webcam causing the blue screen of death, it would probably say something along the lines of webcam. Sys file or probably dll file, something along those lines.
This is another option to basically find out what’s causing the blue screen of death. If by using the stop code in Google and trying to work out by this what file is causing the blue screen of death and you are still no closer, it could possibly be dodgy RAM with your computer.
So we have two sticks of RAM on your computer, the next best option would be to take one out at a time and see if you still get blue screens of death when there is only one stick of RAM. If you are, obviously put the other one back in and then vice-versa and see which one is causing the blue screen of death.
If this still doesn’t stop your blue screen of death, maybe double check that you have all of the latest driver updates for your computer. Typically, you should check for driver updates once every three to four months just to be sure that you’re are running the latest drivers for your computers.
Of course, always backup the old drivers on your computer before you start to install new drivers. You can do this by looking on the manufacturer’s website of the hardware on your computer to see if there are new drivers, or nowadays, sometimes Windows updates will also install new drivers to your computer.
If you still can’t find the answer to your problem with how to fix the blue screen of death, you an also post on tech forums to see if anyone can help. Basically, blue screens of death are pretty much a fact of in computers. You are either going to have to deal with them, or find a way to deal with them yourself. But that’s basically your only options on blue screen of death.
We’ll do some simple troubleshooting to fix the blue screen of death on Windows 8 or Windows 7. Windows 8.1 and Windows 8 discs work interchangeably.
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