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Sunday, January 1, 2012

Revive A Crashed NOTEBOOK - Notebook With A Blue Screen

The cryptic error message on a BSOD (blue screen of death) can make it difficult to determine the problem’s origin. But the BSOD, also called a stop error, is actually a safeguard. When Windows detects a serious problem, it stops what it’s doing and reverts to a blue screen to protect your OS from damage. Most often, Windows will display the error when there is a hardware issue or a conflict with device drivers. It doesn’t always mean serious trouble, but it slows you down; for example, an attached external hard drive left on before the notebook powered up may cause a blue screen at startup; you have to wait as Windows scans the external drive before completing startup.

Restarting the notebook will often solve the issue. However, if a BSOD error appears repeatedly, write down the stop error message, such as “STOP: 0x0000007E.” This will tell you which error has occurred so you can investigate a solution at Microsoft Help And Support (support.microsoft.com).

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