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How to Fix the Blue Screen of Death Errors?


If you are facing the Blue Screen Of Death error on your Windows PC, then implement the different solutions mentioned in this article.


Blue Screen of Death or BSOD is a “stop error” with a blue screen that occurs when Windows comes across a critical error from which it can’t recover. BSODs usually result from faulty hardware or bad drivers on your system.


This screen has a message that reads; “Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’re just collecting some error info, and then we’ll restart for you.” And a general stop error code that might help in figuring out the cause of BSOD.


This article aims to help you fix the blue screen error by walking you through several troubleshooting steps. This way, your computer would be up and running in no time. But before jumping onto the solutions, let’s look at the common reasons behind this issue.


What are the Reasons for Blue Screen of Death

Several reasons may lead to BSOD, we’ve mentioned some of them below:


Hardware-related causes:

  1. Internal or external hardware devices are not installed properly.
  2. The hardware device(s) is/are malfunctioning, such as CPU, RAM, and internal hard disk.
  3. The new hardware device and BIOS are incompatible.


Software-related causes:

  1. Windows drivers are outdated or corrupted. Especially the Graphics driver. They might be causing conflict.
  2. BIOS is misconfigured and/or out of date.
  3. System files could be damaged.
  4. Your system could have become a victim of a virus attack.
  5. Some incompatible Windows programs or updates could have been installed in the system.
  6. There needs to be more free space on the divide where Windows is installed.


Efficient Ways To Fix The Blue Screen Of Death Errors

Below are some of the most effective and efficient methods you can use to eliminate the BSOD issues without using any Free Driver Update Tool.


Method1: Fix NTFS File System BSOD Error

BSOD error with the name “NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM” usually occurs when the data in the hard disk is corrupted. You can easily fix this error by running the chkdsk command. To run this Command Prompt, you need the original Windows OS installation disk. If you already have one, then follow the instructions that are shared below.


Step1: Insert the disc and restart your PC.


Step2: Hit any key on your keyboard to boot from the disc.


Step3: Click the Repair your computer option to start the process.


Step4: Select the Troubleshoot option, then go to Advanced Options. After that, choose the Command Prompt option.


Step5: Next, you need to type the command shared below:


chkdsk /f /r


Step6: Press the Enter key on your keyboard to implement the changes.


Method2: Update Graphics Drivers Manually

Most of the time people face BSOD errors because their graphics card driver is out of date, missing, or corrupted. The best way to get rid of this issue is to update the drivers using the Windows built-in utility known as the Device Manager. This tool is dedicated to keeping all your device drivers in manageable condition. Here are some steps that you need to perform to use the Device Manager and update the graphics driver.


Step1: Click on the Windows icon present on the taskbar to open the Start menu.


Step2: Type Control Panel in the search bar and press the Enter key on your keyboard.


Step3: This will open the Control Panel’s window, change the icon’s view to Large icons from the drop-down menu.


Step4: Look for the Device Manager tool and click on it. A new window will appear showing all the drivers present on your Windows device.


Step5: Expand the Display adapter section and right-click on the graphics card driver that you are currently using.


Step6: Then, choose the Properties option from the context menu list.


Step7: On the Properties window, visit the Drivers tab section.


Step8: Now, check to see if the driver is disabled. If it is, then click on the Enable device button. If not, then just click on the Update Driver button to proceed further.


Step9: A new pop-up window will appear, select the “Search automatically for drivers” option.


Step10: Give your PC a few minutes and let it search online for any new available graphics driver. If there is any, it will automatically download the driver onto your computer.


Step11: Next, you need to follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation process.


After downloading and installing the graphics driver, restart your Windows device and check if the Blue Screen of Death error is gone.


Summing Up the Ways to Fix the Blue Screen of Death Issue On Windows PC

These were some of the best ways that you can perform to resolve the BSOD issue. If in case, the BSOD issue is still troubling you, you need to take your PC to a repair shop. Moreover, if there’s something we missed or you wish to add to this technical blog, share it with us through the comments section below.