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Recently, some readers came across an error message where Windows XP disables reboot after a blue screen. This problem can occur for a number of reasons. Let’s look at them now.
Under Start, but also Recovery, click Settings (see screenshot). Uncheck the predominant Auto Restart icon.
Click “Settings” under “Startup and Recovery” (see screenshot). Uncheck our own box labeled “Automatic restart”.
It’s frustrating every time your computer window freezes, but it’s even worse when you don’t even know that the blue screen of death has appeared. I noticed this the other day because I went back to my computer to take a longer break and put it to sleep. I noticed a few things were wrong – my iPhone was off and my wallpaper, which experts say I had just changed, was restored to its previous state, but I just wasn’t there in person to attend the BSOD, it took my family. a minute to find out which one.
In our article on mouthIn the event of a BSOD, we explain how to view the memory dump file and try to diagnose and fix the problem. However, the first thing to know is that a person will have a problem that by default, Windows 10 automatically restarts for a few seconds when a blue screen appears. If you were away from your desk at the time, you wouldn’t even notice it, or if you were there, you wouldn’t be able to see the error word fast enough. You
If you look at the memory file after restarting the computer, anyone can get a stop code from there, so it won’t be a disaster if you decide to leave Windows at its default settings. However, if you want to see and read your error messages, you can change this environment so that Windows doesn’t have to restart after a crash.
1. Open the system menu “Advanced Settings”. The easiest way to access it is to go to the “Show advanced system settings” market and click on the icon that appears. You can also access it via Settings->System->About->ToAdditional system settings.
Open the custom menu for advanced system settings. The easiest way to access it is to simply search for “Show advanced full body settings” and click the icon that appears.On the Advanced tab, under Start another recovery, click Options.Disable automatic restart.Click on OK.
Solution # 1: remove viruses.Fix # 2: Run chkdsk.Fix # 3: Restore the Windows XP computer registry.Fix # 4: Check or remove PC hardware.Fix # 5: Reboot to Last Known Good Configuration.Fix # 6: Reconfigure some boot.ini.Method 1: check the material or lose it.
In the next experience, you will have a BSOD, it really stays on the screen until the client restarts your computer.
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Recently, I came across a client machine that was displayingthe infamous blue screen of death (also known as BSOD). However, since the “Automatically restart on critical blue screen” option was enabled on the computer, the system reboots and the blue screen disappears too quickly for me to understand. Most technicians will just enter safe mode, but what if you can’t get into safe mode? What if the “Disable Automatic Restart” option also does not appear in the F8 menu?
I accidentally used this and found a way more than this. Read on.
For those who are not familiar with the yellow screen of death. This is usually a screen that appears even in the event of a critical Windows error. It contains messages about what went wrong on the computer and can help technicians determine the cause of the error.
In any case, this automatic restart option is usually not a problem for IT professionals, as we can simply enter Windows Safe Mode and (f8) disable it like this:
Right click on “My Computer” at the top and go to “Properties”. Then go to the “Advanced” tab and click the “Settings” button under the heading “Startup and Recovery”. Uncheck “Automatically Restart” and click OK >
Open the “Advanced system settings” menu. The easiest way to access it is to search for “View advanced system settings” and then click on the icon that appears.On the Advanced tab, under Startup and Recovery, click Options.Disable automatic restart.click OK.
But in this case, the safe mode is not activated either. Most of the time when you hit F8 after a BSOD crash, you get the “Disable automatic restart” idea. I wasn’t what I used to be either. Here’s how I can disable automatic restart.
Press Windows Key + R to open the Run window.Login next to sysdm.Click the Advanced tab.In the Startup and Recovery section, select a customization option.In the “System errors” section, remove the flAlready “Automatic restart”.Click OK to save your changes and exit.
Note. To perform all of these steps, you must have access to a fully functioning computer. You also need to be very proficient in computers, BIOS, and registry editing to get started. This article is for computer professionals.
Press Windows Key + R to open the Run dialog box, type gpedit. msc in the chat window and press Enter to open the window. it. In the right pane, double-click this special option “No automatic restart with authorized users for scheduled installations with automatic processing”. Change the setting to Enabled and click OK.
Press Windows key + R to open the Run window.Sign in.Click on the “Advanced” tab.Under Startup and Recovery, click Settings.In the System Errors section, be sure to uncheck the Automatically Restart checkbox.Press OK, To confirm changes and close.
Fix #1: Remove Worms.Solution #2: Run chkdsk.Fix #3: Repairing the Windows XP Registry.Fix #4: Check or Remove Hardware.Solution #5 – Reboot to Last Known Good ConfigurationFix #6: Reconfigure this boot.ini file.Method number 1: check the presence of equipment or its absence.
save it. The worst thing he can do is use an alternative power source. This prevents Windows from restarting with a blue screen or other error. Turning off your computer gives you time to read the steps of the error that appears when another one appears, which leads to the recovery of the problem.