March 25, 2018 Admin Uncategorized
Blue Screen of death (BSOD) is a hindrance formally known as a “stop” error or “a system crash” that results in freezing the computer. Have you restarted your system? Did it work?
Sometimes, rebooting the crashed computer isn’t the only solution that would work. The evident approach here would be to update the hardware drivers or the version of your OS. This would resolve most of the issues. In general, it is a result of improper installed software or hardware or mere the fault in settings which is quite fixable. Reinstalling the OS will glue-up the problem at large but you may sacrifice some data for this.
Thereabout, it is caused by issues with low-level software running on your version. Dell Technical Support provided the steps below walk through them to manage the havoc faced in the system.
Few major solutions to the BSOD error
- Using system restore: At first, Access to the restoration system following the start button. Further, go to the next button for the instructions provided once you mark a check on the restore icon. As you have made the instructions live, the PC will begin restoring your device.
- Disable automatic restart: For terminating the restart by default, follow the process given below:
Remove the unsupported devices: Another issue that hides the corner in BSOD error is the unsupported hardware error. You can have it detected through Device manager in the operating system of Windows 7.
- Go to windows>>my computer>> properties
- Launch the startup and recovery section in advanced settings
- Uncheck the box of automatic restart
- Click ok
Check memory problems: Fortunately, Windows 7 is subsumed with a Memory Management Diagnostic tool which troubleshoots the issue related to system memory. Restart the system after inserting the tool and diagnose the issues.
- Go to the Windows icon
- Insert device manager in the search box and expand the entire categories in the hardware
- Look for the devices with a Red-Cross. The credentials marked with red aren’t supported by the Windows and assuredly be a commotion for the device
- Steadily, uninstall them in sequence
If none of the above worked, try out the last fix of changing your RAM. Download a good cleaner for your device and backup the data before every cleanup. Don’t panic if you see any BSOD error on your screen in future and for further information, contact Dell Support Number to have the ease against the queries and concerns.
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