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Chkdsk Solutions Cause Windows 7 BSOD

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This guide describes some of the possible causes that can cause chkdsk to run for bsod on Windows 7. Then I will provide you with possible solutions that you can try to fix the problem.

 

 

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Fix BSoD (Blue Screen of Death) Errors on Windows 7

This guide teaches you how to fix blue screen (or BSoD) errors in Windows 7.

If you receive a blue screen error message, but Windows 7 restarts immediately and you cannot read the error text, follow these instructions to disable the Auto-restart option:

  1. Right-click My Computer.
  2. Accessing Properties
  3. Click the Advanced tab.
  4. In the Startup and Recovery section, click the Settings button.
  5. Make sure Auto Restart is disabled under System Errors.
  6. Click OK.

If you are unable to start Windows, try starting it in Safe Mode following the instructions above and restart your computer. Follow these steps to start Windows 7 in Safe Mode:

  1. Restart your computer.
  2. Press F8 before displaying the Windows logo.
  3. UsePress the arrow keys and select “Safe Mode” from the “Start” menu.
  4. Press Enter

General Fixes

To fix Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) errors in Windows 7, you can try one of the following tips:

Tip 1. System Restore

Follow the instructions in the Windows 7 Recovery Guide to run System Restore for Windows 7.

Tip 2. Install updates

As with Windows Vista, installing the latest updates from Microsoft can fix errors that may occur on your Windows 7.

If Windows Update does not allow you to install updates yourself, follow these steps to manually install updates:

  1. Click Start.
  2. Enter “Refresh”
  3. in the search box

  4. Select Windows Update from the list of results.
  5. Click “Check for Updates” on the left.
  6. Check for Pending Updates
  7. Click Install Updates.

Tip 3. Install the latest drivers

Make sure your system has the latest device drivers st. Check with your computer manufacturer and find the latest driver.

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Many blue screen errors can be caused by an incompatible device driver. You can try uninstalling recently installed device drivers and restarting your computer.

Tip 4: Check your hard drive for errors

Windows 7 has several utilities that you can use to identify and fix specific errors. You can use these utilities to check for hard drive or storage problems.

Check for hard drive problems:

  1. Click Start.
  2. Computer access
  3. Right click on the main drive where Windows 7 is installed and select Properties.
  4. Click the Tools tab and then click Check Now under Error Checking.
  5. Select “Automatically fix file system errors” and “Scan for bad sectors” and try to repair them.
  6. Click Start.

Check for memory problems:

  1. Click Start.
  2. Na Click “Control Panel”.
  3. Enter “repository” in the search box.
  4. In the list of results , click Diagnose Your Computer’s Memory Problems.
  5. Follow the instructions on the screen.

Tip 5. Start repairs

Startup Repair can be started manually if you have the repair option preinstalled on your computer, or if you have an original installation disc or a system repair and recovery disc.

If Startup Repair is preinstalled on the system:

  1. Remove all CD, DVD or USB drives from the system.
  2. Restart your computer.
  3. Hold F8 while starting the computer but before the Windows 7 logo appears
  4. On the Advanced Boot Options screen, use the arrow keys to select Repair Your Computer and press Enter.

    If the Repair your computer option is not listed, it means that the preinstalled recovery option is not available on your computer. Use the original installation disc or recovery disc.

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