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This video covers the basics of how to fix the most common Windows Blue Screen Errors, commonly referred to as the Blue Screen ...
of Death (BSOD).
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Let’s pretend that you’ve been working on a very important paper that’s taking you hours to complete. Then all of a sudden you get the dread of blue screen of death and lose everything. So, this video is going to show you the basics of the coding blue screens and what to do if you get one.
Some things that you should know about blue screens to be able to decode them is what to look for so you know exactly what type of blue screen you’re dealing with and the first thing that you want to look for is called the Error Code and you can find that at the top of most blue screens and you’ll notice that because it doesn’t have any spaces and it’s in all caps.
The next thing that you want to look for is the Stop Code and the helpful thing about this is you can take that stop code and put it in the Google and do a search for and it should tell you exactly what’s causing the blue screen. And if you’re lucky some blue screens will have the actual name of the file that’s causing the problems and then you can just replace that file.
So, the first blue screens we’re going to look at are Page Faults/Driver blue screens and this normally appears after the windows logo. And the first way to combat this is by going to the Last Known Good Configuration. To do this, whenever your computer starts up, hit the F8 to key on your keyboard and you should see this screen. Then just go to last on Good Configuration and it will boot your computer to the last time it booted correctly.
Now, if Last Know Good Configuration doesn’t work, you can also choose Safe Mode from that same menu to boot your computer into a safe environment. And if you can get this far with your computer then you’re doing pretty well because that means your computer can boot up. Now in Safe Mode, you can do things such as go to Accessories, System Tools and choose System Store. And this is your next best option. And then just restore your computer back to a date that you know it worked.
Now, if that doesn’t work and your blue screen has a file name on it like I showed you earlier, just do a Google Search on a different Computer for that file name and find out what company makes it and then that will tell you what software are in your computers causing the problem. For instance, this one was through in video which was my video card so it’s my video card software that’s causing the problem. And then I can just log in to Safe Mode once I find what software is causing the problem and go down to Start and from the Sstart menu, choose run. This is assuming you have XP and then just type in msconfig which will want the system configuration utility.
And now, all I have to do is click on the Start up tab and remove anything that’s related to in video and then click apply and okay. Now, if you’re not fortunate enough to know what software is causing the problem, you can click on the general tab and uncheck the load start up items box and this will just get rid of everything, then click okay to reboot your computer and say if it reboots without showing any blue screens. And if it doesn’t show any blue screens go back into the start up tab and then just start checking staff and until you find the culprit. If that doesn’t work, the next thing that you can try is swap in out your memory. Memory for the most part stories data pretty efficiently but sometimes two pieces of data tried to access same spot and collide with those at the blue screen and this maybe because your memory is faulty. To test this, just turn off your computer and remove one stick of memory and then restart it. If it still gives you a blue screen, swap out the sticks of memory and try it again. And this will tell you if it’s the memory that’s causing the blue screen itself. If it does, just replace your memory.
The next blue screens that we’re going to cover, the Inaccessible Session Unmountable Boot volumes and this requires the Windows XP or Vista start up disk. The way you want to do is boot to them this is the XP one for instance and once you to see this screen, press R for repair and then it will take you to the recovery console that looks like this. Then choose your version of Windows type in your administrator password and type in fix boot to fix the boot sequence. If that doesn’t work, you can also type in fix mbr which is fix the master boot record and that should fix any windows booting problems. Now, for Vista this is what the Vista start up disk looks like. And you want to click next here and then click repair. Your computer choose your operating system, click next and then you can also choose start up repair or you see the command prompt option at the bottom and you can also go to the command prompt and do the same thing that you saw earlier.
Now, if that doesn’t work as a last resort, you can also try check disk to check your hard drive. Just boot into the recovery console again like I showed you earlier. Type in chkdsk/r and that will do a repair of your disk. And if your disk fails then the only other option is to replace your hard drive. All right well, if you have anymore tips, leave them below and for more go to Tinkernut.com