Fixing – Blue Screen of Death on Computer Startup
Blue Screen of Death shortly abbreviated as BSOD is an error that occurs in computer systems. It is a system crash which is the position where the device’s operating system (OS) is no safer to open or start due to some error.
This error is often referred as Blue Screen or BSOD. Malfunction of any hardware or incorrectly written device drivers may lead to the cause of BSOD. The hardware malfunctions might include many reasons such as overheating of devices due to overuse or irregular power supply, faulty memory etc.
The BSOD occurs when an application or program crashes without performing and that leads the system to restart. This can lead to loss of data. The BSOD is displayed differently in different systems depending on the version of the OS.
#So, Let’s See How to Fix Up BSOD On PC’s Startup Using Some Techniques;
Note: The following sequence of steps involve the process of fixing up the BSOD. Some errors can be solved in between the process without getting into the final step, so kindly stop the procedure once the problem is fixed.
Method 1: Using Safe Mode
If your PC allows you to use your computer in Safe Mode, then there are some couple of solutions what you can try on a running computer in order to make things back to normal. In case, if you don’t know anything about SAFE Mode and how to use it, then here’s a link to help you to know about >> Safe Mode – What It Is And How To Use It?
Step 1– Check for Viruses in the System and clean if present: Many errors and issues can be faced when a virus attacks the windows files and corrupts them. So, the first step is suggested to check out for any virus. A virus scan has to be performed not only to any particular drive but also to the entire system. You can use antivirus software to check for viruses and trial versions too can do the work. Suggested Link: What’s A Good Antivirus And How To Pick A Best One?
Step 2 – Updating Windows and Hardware drivers: Hardware errors can lead to BSOD. So, the hardware and Windows drivers have to be updated so that the bug fixtures and corrections are done. Click here to know more >> How to Automatically Install and Update the Computer Drivers?, What is Computer Hardware Drivers & Why We Need It?
Step 3 – Registry database has to be fixed: When the system has already been attacked by a virus, the Registry Database of the system gets affected. There are high chances for BSOD if the Windows Registry Database is ill. One has to buy a proper online tool to fix up the virus scan in registered database. This can help one to figure out the possible causes for BSOD. Suggested Link: What’s A Good Registry Cleaner And How To Pick One?
If nothing work, the try this Link: How to Fix BSOD? – List of all Advanced Solutions
Method 2: Using Startup Repair Tool
Startup repair is a tool generally used whenever a system is in a frozen state and some error occurs in switching ON/ booting process of the PC. The tool searches for the missing or damaged files in the system and thus helps in solving certain issues.
This tool can fix some errors within its range or show a dialogue box that states “STARTUP REPAIR CANNOT REPAIR THE COMPUTER AUTOMATICALLY”.
The tool can be open by using few different methods so that if one fails, the problem can be addressed by using the other one.
Process 1 – Open by Windows Error Recovery Screen: In Windows 7 or Vista, this feature is directly shown in the dialogue box and one has to select the Repair Tool to start/open. It is done by clicking on “Launch Startup repair”. If the process is successful, the computer gets restarted. If this process fails, try opening the tool by other methods.
Process 2 – Open by Advanced Boot Options: The computer has to be turned off completely. Now, again the system is restarted and during this process, the key “F8” has to be pressed repeatedly until a dialogue box containing “Additional Boot Settings” is opened. So now there are few options that appear and one has to select “Repair your computer” option. User account details are required for it to proceed. A dialogue box appears. Select “Start Up Repair” option from it.
Process 3 – Open Start-Up by Windows Setup Disc/ USB: Select a relevant Bootable Disc/ Bootable USB according to the OS of the system.
- Firstly, boot Windows disc using the Boot Menu Order.
- After booting is done, the message comes stating “Press any key to boot from CD or DVD“, hence, click on any key.
- Follow the procedure displayed on screen step-wise and lastly, “repair your computer” option has to be selected. This begins the process of the tool to perform its task of finding any windows installations on the drive.
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If the Windows file is not seen at the end of this process, then it is understood that the Startup repair process is insufficient for diagnosis. The process is then tried by reactivating the inactive hard disc using appropriate commands in the CMD.
Or having a problem with the tool; then check out this link >> Startup Repair – What It Is and How To Use It?
Method 3: Repairing the Whole OS Boot Structure
Solution 1: Fixing Inactive HDD partition: The partition which contains the booting system of the windows (generally C: drive) has to be made reactive. The partition sometimes gets inactive, thus resulting in non-cooperation with the booting of the device itself.
Solution 2: Fixing Windows’ Master Boot Recode (MBR): It is created whenever a partition is created on the hard disk and thus any errors in the MBR are addressed primarily.
Solution3: Fixing Windows Files Manually: it’s possible that the path has to be changed from the default path because it is to be dealt with, manually, which edits the installed windows and now we are finding our previously installed windows drive. If the process doesn’t help the cause, then the Windows has to be reinstalled.
Click here to see the described version article of OS Boot Structure repairing >> How to Fix “Startup Repair Cannot Repair This Computer Automatically” Problem?
Hope this guide helps you in fixing the BSOD error on your system.
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