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A blue screen error usually comes up on Windows 7 when there is a serious hardware or software issue that may be causing Windows to Shut Down unexpectedly. At times, a message may also come up on your screen saying "Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer."
To troubleshoot this issue, you may need to try out multiple troubleshooting options to detect whether the issue is with your hardware or software and to resolve the same as per the recommended procedure.
have you made any changes before the blue screen appear? installing a driver maybe? if you have,try to undone those changes by booting with Startup with last known good configuration (undo recent registry and driver change),use System Restore,or Roll Back device driver,Scan your computer for viruses and Return BIOS settings to their default levels,go to BIOS by pressing F2 or del exactly after you press the power button and the screen show up if it still in blue screen,that's probably that some of your system file is missing,and you need to reinstall your operating system Please let me know if it's working or not,i don't like to abandon anyone,and thanks for using fixya
The Blue Screen of Death is as it is. A problem has been detected on your computer and windows has shut down to prevent damage to it.
An example: You over-clock your video card and it's working so hard that you eventually see the Blue Screen of Death. It shuts down your computer because the video card is on the verge of quitting. It's there as a safety precaution because if it keeps working as it is, you will run into some serious problems with the hardware device at fault.
But let's say you're just working on your computer and all of a sudden you get the Blue Screen of Death. Nothing you've done should have prompted it, but it's there and it's serious. There are numerous causes that could present this, but to be more specific...
A) Your Power Supply isn't providing enough power to your computer. Upgrade the power supply.
B) One of your RAM Chips are starting to go. To figure out which RAM Chip it is, you could download a Memory Test program in Windows, but the easier means to do this is to open up the computer. With the computer open, take out one of the RAM chips and try turning on the computer. If you still see the BSOD, put that RAM chip back in and take out another one. Do this until you find the faulty RAM.
C) Your processor is starting to fail. A processor needs to work, but most likely what will happen when the processor quits on you is your entire computer locks up, rather than receiving the BSOD.
I could go on and on until I've indicated every piece of hardware inside your computer but I think you've got the gist of it now. :)
A blue screen or Blue Screen Of Death, BSOD, is generally caused by a corrupt driver or a bad software installation. First, you need to determine the STOP code that is on that screen.
Start in safe mode, press F8 repeatably as the computer starts up,
check Disable automatic restart on system failure (This prevents Windows from automatically restarting if an error causes Windows to fail.)
OK, now the BSOD will stay there so you can determine what caused your problem. Report back the stop code and any information about a driver that caused the problem so we can be of further help. If this answers your question, I would appreciate 4 thumbs
Oh my Microsoft blue screen of death, I would recommend reinstalling the Operating system. but this is an extreme solution, but will fix the error. Did you install a new hardware lately. This could be the root of the problem, make sure that your device driver is install for the hardware. also try searching Microsoft website with the error number and they will guide you form there, or you may reply to this post with the error message and I will help you further.
-try t drain everything out of the computer first; remove the power adapter then remove the battery; after 1 minute try again; if problem persists run diagnostics
--while the computer is off, press and hld the "Fn" key then press the power button at the same time to start the test; note down error message then consult manufacturer for the code obtained. if no errors found it is a windows problem; you need to reinstall windows on the computer
this is all happen to not properly shut down, if your read the problem from blue screen so we can identify it give you some instruction how to fix it. YOu know only one can repair this is a computer technician or expert.. but i think you don't have so maybe your the one going to do it, here's is a instruction: 1. Put a Bootable System Disk XP or Vista or etc. 2. Make a Bootable Disk run before the system comes up... 3. Follow the procedure which appear on the screen... then so on.