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Restart Your Computer For The Blue Screen To Restart

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Over the past week, some readers have reported that the computer continues to reboot. Blue screens are usually caused by problems with your computer’s hardware or problems with a hardware driver software. They can sometimes be caused by low-level software problems running in the Windows kernel.

 

 

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When you press F8 to enter the Safe Mode menu screen, click Disable Auto Restart on Error. Then press ENTER. If the BSOD goes up, it should stay there. Write down any relevant information about the error (or take Imagine if you get it clean enough to read it) and post it here. Then people will know what you are dealing with, and maybewill be able to help you.


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Here is an example of a blue screen of death BSOD with the information you need to provide:

http://techrepublic.com.com/i/tr/downloads/images/bsod_a.jpg

Submit the information indicated by the red arrows (usually 3-4 lines in total).

Send entire message line *** STOP because 4 parameters contain indices.

Skip boring text if it doesn’t seem important to you. We know what BSOD looks like. We need to know other information related to your BSOD.


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So, here’s the content listed in the tech info on the blue screen. No other information is provided as shown in the example.

STOP 0x0000007B (0xf79d7524, 0xc0000034, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)

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I had the same problem. PC got infected with 4 viruses while using MacAfee All Shooting Match. You are starting in safe mode and trying to checkUpdate what you have updated. He goes out and changes again.

I had to replace my hard drive

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How To Fix Blue Screen Of Death Error In Windows 10? | Get …

Right click on this PC.Go to Properties.Click Advanced system settings on the left.Under Startup and Recovery, click Options.Now uncheck the Auto restart box under System errors.Click OK to save and continue.

Blue screen of death ‘BSOD’ – What can you do to prevent it?

Restart your computer, or turn it off and on again. …Scan your computer for malware and viruses. …Start Microsoft Fix IT. …Make sure the RAM is properly connected to the motherboard. …Bad hard drive.

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Apply the patch in safe mode. …Disable the automatic restart function. …Disable Fast Startup. …Remove the recently installed applications. …Uninstall the latest Windows updates. …Update your system drivers. …Reset Windows to a previous system restore point. …Scan your system for malware.