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You can configure Windows to not automatically restart when a bsod occurs. In the Control Panel, go to System and then select the Advanced tab. Then click Settings under Startup and Recovery. Clear the Automatically restart checkbox.
Now when the bsod happens, it will stay until you power down the computer. You can read the STOP error of the bsod and any potential file name. Now you can search for the exact error and solution.
This article on troubleshooting blue screen errors might help you further.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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