How do I fix a blue screen error ?

A blue screen is a well-known error screen mostly associated with Microsoft windows. The blue screen’s most distinctive feature is the blue background with white prints indicating the reason for the error. The blue screen error only happens when the computer error forces he system to shut down. This error comes with data loss, unless the computer user saved his or her data before the error happened.

After a blue screen error, the computer may shut down by itself or the user has to shut it down manually. Normally, the computer will restart and will do some diagnostics on why and now the error happened and to retrieve as much data as it can.

If the blue screen error happened repeatedly, it normally indicates a very serious problem and may have to set the computer into a safe mode or may have to do reinstallation of the operating system to fix the problem. Safe mode is a feature that allows the user to use the stripped down edition of the current operating system to be able to do some troubleshooting.

For those who are not computer programmers, the information indicated on the blue screen error may look nonsense. Actually, the texts on the blue screen error are very useful due to the exact error identification, the error’s parameters and the range of other information that can be very helpful in tracking the problem down and prevent it from happening again. Programmers use the information listed on the blue screen error to speed up the tracking of the root cause of the problem, whether if it is with the kernel software or hardware. Most Window users at some point or another have seen the blue screen error, especially those who do heavy modifications on their operating system and those using unstable Window build.

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