Blue screen error, also known as the Blue Screen of death (BSOD) is a common issue that most Windows users face. The error triggers an unresponsive state in devices and commonly shows a blue screen with basic details of the error. A number of factors and causes can trigger the blue screen error such as incompatible hardware, recently installed drivers, recently installed OS updates, third party software, and much more. Following this guide can help you resolve blue screen errors with simple steps.
Going into Troubleshoot mode from Automatic Repair
After three consecutive restart loops, the Windows OS goes into the Automatic Repair mode by default.
- Click on ‘Advanced options’
- Click on ‘Troubleshoot’
- Click on ‘Advanced Options’
Using System Restore
System restore can help you restore your Windows OS to an earlier stable point. Click on the ‘System Restore’ option.
- Click ‘Next
- Choose a system restore point and then click on ‘Next’
- Click on ‘Finish’
- Click on ‘Yes’
- Hit ‘Restart’ once the system restore has been executed successfully.
If restoring the system doesn’t fix your problem, click on ’Startup Repair’ after step 1 in the Automatic Repair Mode. Click on ‘Startup Repair’ . The system will automatically diagnose any problems and fixes them for you.
’This can ensure quick and easy resolution to the common BOSD errors.