Computer has become one of the dearest assets of a person’s life, be it a child or a working professional, everyone takes care when it comes to a computer. What if your computer suddenly, crashes and you find a constant blue screen in front of you? It is a problem, which cannot be avoided. We have seen many users taking their PC to a service centre, whenever this problem occurs. Don’t you think it would be better, if you try to troubleshoot this issue before spending money? This is a problem that users face every now and then, and we have come up with few suggestions to solve this issue.
Blue screen death
This can happen anytime. May be, when you’re working with a project that has a deadline or when you are playing your favorite. During the ‘blue screen death’, your Windows suddenly freezes. This can happen because of issues related to software or hardware. Now, the question is: How do you know, whether it is related to software or hardware? Try to restart your system in ‘Safe Mode’. If it doesn’t work ahead in this mode, then it is not software but hardware related problem. To fix hardware issue, you have to take it to a technician.
However, if the system restarts in ‘Safe Mode’ and after sometime you face the Blue screen, then the issue is occurring because of your software. You can try the following steps, to get over the issue:
Uninstall the suspected program/software
We have seen most of the times that un-installation helps a lot. If you have added any new updates or any new software, just before this problem has occurred, then remove such software and restart your PC. If it starts normally, then it is obvious that your problem is solved with little effort. But, if the problem still persists, then go for the next step that would be cleaning the registry of your system.
Clean the registry of your PC
If removing certain programs is of no help, then cleaning the registry will definitely resolve your issue and to do this, you need to go for a good registry cleaner. Once you run a registry cleaner, it will scan the entire registry and detect all the corrupted programs, it will also detect the files that are no longer in use and then, remove those files from the registry. Restart your PC after cleaning the registry, and you will find it working as it was before.
How long would you spend money without trying to correct it by yourself? Next time, if it happens, try out these steps and become a technician for your issue.
This is a guest post by Danis Jonas of mytechgurus, which will provide full online remote computer support without packing it up and taking it to a store. Our mytechgurus skilled technicians provide solutions for all computer and network issues.