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Best Way to Fix Windows 7/XP/Vista Blue Screen of Death

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How to Fix Blue Screen of Death?


What is Blue Screen of Death?

Anyone who've used Windows system is familiar with the Blue Screen of Death(BSOD). When you turn on computer or try to open a particular program, and all of a sudden the screen will turn blue and give an error massage in white letters. From that point, our only choice is to reboot the computer. Also, we will lose all data we are working with. How terrible.

Some people get BSOD just once and then their computers go on well. But other people come across the disaster repeatedly. We don't know when the blue screen will come up again. We have to save all documents of files we are working with from time to time because another Blue Screen of Death enables us to lose all data we are using. It's a nightmare.

What Causes the Windows Blue Screen of Death?

Since we extremely hate BSOD, it is needed to know what causes it. Actually, there are a variety of reasons that can generate the blue death screen. But for most Windows 7, XP, Vista users, BSOD are classified as fatal exceptions. Device driver problem, viruses and registry daily maintenance have been ranked as the top reasons to cause Windows blue screen problem.

How to Fix Windows Blue Screen Problem

Method 1. Boot In Safe Mode

The first thing to do when you get the blue screen is to restart the computer. Then press the F8 key to access Safe Mode before the Windows screen appears. This will boot the computer into the Advanced Options screen where you can choose advanced boot options. Press the down arrow until “Safe Mode with Networking” is enabled and press enter. Now you need to pay attention to the scroll list each driver as it loads. When you see the the screen pause for a very long time at one of the .sys files before the boot fails and returns an error. Write down the last file it was trying to load before it failed. Go to google to search the what driver is failing and try reinstalling that driver. If you believe the blue screen is caused by Spyware, Adware, Virus & Registry, you need to use anti-virus software to scan your computer and remove the program.

We can see it is complicated to go the job with this method. If you want to use a simple way, just try the method 2.

Method 2. Fix Blue Screen of Death with Third-party software

First of all you need to install Windows Manager to your computer.

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Step 1. Run liveboot of the software and insert CD/DVD or USB to the computer to burn a bootable CD or USB drive.

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Step 2. Insert the bootable drive to your computer and restart it. When the system begins loading, press F12 to go to the Device Boot Menu. select the USB CD-ROM Drive option to enter, then you'll be in front of the Boot Menu as follow. Choose "Boot from LiveBoot".

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Step 3. When your computer start, turn to "Windows Recovery" and choose the "Loading Crash Solution" tab which can help to fix your blue screen problem easily. This tab contains four methods. Try them one by one until you can open Windows successfully.

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