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First of all you have to identify the blue screen error code. Blue screen errors normally occurs due to infected windows files. You need to scan PC to remove malwares, junk and virus. Also update the drivers that control your PC.
To fix this problem instantly use system optimization tool like Reginout.
hello if your screen goes black and you press down this combination keys together window +Alt + delete and still it did'nt restart itself so you can use it then check your monitor cable that enters the back of your system. If the problem persist then you will have to reload your system operating system put in the window Xp or Vista CD and follow the command giving to you then if you are sure that the monitor is not the problem may be it has completely get fault that will need for another monitor if you need more assistance pls get to us ok
This problem occures when ther is an conflict with drivers, so try to updat your Bios from dell web site orm you may try to update the video driver or have an option to replace it and try Try to boot the system safemode and chk if you get the same BSOD if not then its the video drivers
My first plan of attack would check Second the event log in the BIOS, looking for a heat event. Make sure your
fans are spinning, while you are in there get a can of compressed air
and blow out any and all dust. Sometime it becomes necessary to remove
the processor and put a little Artic 5 between the cpu and the heat
sync.I would check out the video card, the easiest thing to try first is to remove and update the video drivers. I still lean towards the heat event Idea... Hope this give you a headstart in the correct direction. Good luck, PS, if you are the one shutting it down and rebooting, look to the Video Card,