Blue Screen of Death Fixes

Blue Screen of Death should be fixed as soon as possible because the BSOD is the sign of a critical system instability at kernel level with can result in total system disability or even data loss. Finding the right Blue Screen of Death fix may be not that easy unless you know the exact cause of the Blue Screen of Death. In most cases, the Blue Screen of Death is caused by registry errors, faulty RAM, malware, driver problems (outdated driver, a newly installed driver that has an error or is incompatible, etc), hard drive problems (hard drive failure, bad sectors on the disk, hard drive connection or compatibility problems).

Choosing Blue Screen of Death Fix

If you can start Windows use the following first-aid Blue Screen of Death Fix:

If you get the Blue Screen of Death during startup or Windows installation, this is a more difficult situation which cannot be resolved with the help of error fixing software. You’ll have to troubleshoot and fix the error manually. However, it is highly recommended to have the software listed on this page (or similar programs) installed on your computer in order to prevent the Blue Screen of Death or even data loss and data leak from your computer in future.

How to Fix Blue Screen of Death: Fix Registry Errors

Registry errors are a frequent cause of the Blue Screen of Death.

Registry errors and invalid references are accumulated as you use your computer, install and uninstall programs, change system or program settings. The worst registry errors may occur as a result of power surge, powering the computer off during shutdown or hard disk sector corruption. Such errors often require manual troubleshooting and fixing because they cause the Blue Screen of Death during startup so that you cannot access and run any of the tools that help remove BSODs.

How to Fix Blue Screen of Death: Fix Malware Prolems

Malware can attack any computer, at any moment. Avoiding to open malicious applications or suspicious websites is not a panacea. Thinking that malware can affect any computer but yours is not a wise way to think either. The Blue Screen of Death is one of the most inoffensive consequences of malware attack. At least it informs you about the problem and you take steps to resolve it. But what if malware activity erased important data from you hard disk or sends your personal (including financial) information over the Internet? And you’ll never know until you find out you’ve been ripped off or your very personal photos became publicly available…Malware protection is the basics of healthy computing. If you can access Windows, scan your computer for malware without delay. However, some malware applications cause the Blue Screen of Death at startup. Such cases require manual removal or the malicious application. The guides for some specific cases are available on our website. (Please, take the note of the STOP error code and name to find out if these guides are applicable to your case).

How to Fix Blue Screen of Death: Fix Driver Issues

Drivers are also frequent cause of the Blue Screen of Death. BSOD is caused by various driver issues: and error in the driver code, incompatibility with hardware / software / OS, updating, damaging, removing, disabling or enabling the driver and other issues. Take the note of any file names mentioned in the error message, they may indicate which driver is involved in the Blue Screen of Death.

Fixing Blue Screen of Death that Occurs During Startup

The startup Blue Screen of Death is one of the worst BSOD cases for it leaves you no chance to run any of the tools or antivirus programs. You may have to repair this Blue Screen of Death manually which requires advanced computer skills.

Fixing Blue Screen of Death that Occurs During Windows Installation

The Blue Screen of Death occurs during Windows installation may be caused by incompatible or damaged hard drive, improperly connected or conflicting devices.

Blue Screen of Death Memory Dump

Memory Dump or the “dump file” may help you troubleshoot the Blue Screen of Death. The dump file will be saved to the disk after every BSOD if your computer is configured so (by default, all Windows NT based systems, such as Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Vista, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Home Server, and Windows 7, are configured to create the memory dump file when the Blue Screen of Death occurs.