This blue screen of death error is related to problematic driver files, problematic software, or some file system corruptions. So if you see this error don’t worry here are some easy fixes.
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Fix 1: RUN SFC SCAN to scan file system
In this fix it will scan the whole file system of official windows and scan for the corrupted files and repairs it. Here are the easy steps:-
Step 1: Open CMD by pressing Windows key and type CMD and right click on it and RUN AS ADMINISTATOR. Accept UAC permission if asked.
Step 2: Now type ‘’sfc /scannow’’ and press enter. Wait for it to complete and restart your PC.
If it not solves the error than proceed to the next fix.
Fix 2: Reinstall corrupted drivers
If the drivers are corrupted than the error will be more prone to come. So the re-installation of drivers is wise choice.
Step 1: Look for the drivers which causing the problem in ‘’add or remove program’’ window
Step 2: Now uninstall them and reinstall them by original setup came with motherboard or downloaded online from the manufacturer site.
Fix 3: Scan for viruses and malware
Viruses and malwares can damages the files and can cause the BSOD error.
Step 1: Download a good antivirus program or use Stock windows defender
Step 2: Now run a full system scan and remove all virus and malware from the PC.
Fix 4: Checking RAM
This type of blue screen can occur by the problematic ram so scanning and testing ram is the no.1 step.
Step 1: press windows key and type ‘’windows memory diagnostic’’ and open it.
Step 2: Now, Click on the ‘’restart now and check for the problems’’.
Step 3: PC will restart, Let the scan finished.
If there is a error found in scan results, then changing and buying a new ram is the final step.
Fix 5: Check Network Adapters
Many of the users in the world faced this issue with network adapters because their network adapter was not working properly. Try Disabling and re enabling them.
Step 1: By pressing windows key type ‘’network’’ and click on the network status
Step 2: Now, Click on ‘’change adapter options’’.
Step 3: Try disabling and enabling them again. If possible reinstall network adapter drivers.
Fix 6: Run on stock settings if CPU is Over clocked
If you have over clocked the CPU than this error can occur so try resting the CPU Clock settings to default and reboot PC. Check the results.
Fix 7: Remove some Buggy antivirus
Try removing antivirus if you are using avast, then this error can occur sometime. So try uninstalling the antivirus. Check if the problem solved.
By above doing fixes it nearly 100% fixes the error. Some of the antivirus can change the system file and BSOD can occur. So be caution with using of unknown antivirus software.