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BSOD or so called, Blue of screen death occurs due to variety of reasons and once it do, you might have to force restart it to use your PC again. Old drivers, outdated windows, faulty hardware, degrading hard drive etc. are one of the top most reasons that causes bsod errors.

If you're not a pros or just a basic PC users, I'd recommend you to take your PC to any nearest computer repair shop and get it resolved there.

I'd glad to address if you've any further queries.

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Blue Screen of Death usually happens due to lower level faults. In Win 7, most of your applications, etc... will run in a "sandbox" that keeps them from affecting the lower level operating system files, and causing problems that will crash the whole system (and result in your blue screen of death). Most things that cause the Blue Screen of Death are things like your drivers. You can usually tell by the erro message which driver it is. If you update to the latest manufacturer drivers and it still happens, you may have a hardware failure. One thing you can do to troubleshoot hardware/driver problems are strip your system to the lowest hardware possible to run Windows (hard drive, Memory, Video, keyboard) then start adding hardware back in until you reproduce the result, and that is likely going to be the hardware/driver that causes the problem. Once you identify, update to the latest (if you are on latest, go back one version) driver and see if that fixes it, if that doesn't fix it, try a new piece of hardware.

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