Blue Screen errors (also sometimes called black screen errors or STOP code errors) can occur if a serious problem causes Windows to shut down or restart unexpectedly. … If you added new hardware to your PC before the Blue Screen error, shut down your PC, remove the hardware, and try restarting.
Blue screens are generally caused by problems with your computer’s hardware or issues with its hardware driver software. … A blue screen occurs when Windows encounters a “STOP Error.” This critical failure causes Windows to crash and stop working. The only thing Windows can do at that point is restart the PC.
Blue screen Windows 7 errors happen when Windows experiences a critical failure and crashes. This can happen for a number of different reasons. It can be caused by hardware issues, software issues, driver issues or other apps crashing. … From there, the only next step that Windows 7 can take is to restart your computer.
Go to “Advanced system settings”. Under “Start and restore” you have the option to uncheck the box next to “Perform automatic restart”. As soon as the blue screen reappears, note down the error message. On Windows 10, this appears at the very bottom of the display.
Blue screens are generally caused by problems with your computer’s hardware or issues with its hardware driver software. Sometimes, they can be caused by issues with low-level software running in the Windows kernel. … The only thing Windows can do at that point is restart the PC.
Press Windows, then enter CMD from the keyboard. Right-click on CMD and launch it as administrator. In the command prompt window type chkdsk c: /f and press Enter (use the letter of the drive where your OS is installed).