This is the common error occurs when driver is problematic, If BIOS is the reason, or any other incompatible Software or Hardware is installed. So, don’t worry here are the fixes that may help to solve the blue screen error easily.
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Fix 1: Reinstall or update drivers
The easiest way is get the new drivers and install them on pc and check if problem still persist. If it not fixes the issue then head over to the next fix.
Fix 2: Update your BIOS (DO WITH CAUTION)
Updating BIOS can solve the BSOD if the issue is caused corruption of bios. (This happens rarely)
Step 1: Download latest BIOS update file from your motherboard manufacturer or The OEM Company of your Laptop.
Step 2: Now, shutdown your PC and start it. Go to bios by pressing F2 or F9 or F12 according to bios manufacturer.
Step 3: Now, head over to the Update BIOS option in the BIOS menu (differ with manufacturers)
Step 4: Check for the updated version in the bios and restart your PC.
Note: Be sure that you have stable power supply; sudden electricity outage during updating can break the BIOS installation.
Fix 3: Check for Hard Drive and memory errors
BSOD occurred when there are errors on the hard disk or on the memory. So checking for error on HDD and memory is the easiest way. Follow the steps for the quick solution.
Let’s first check HDD:
Step 1: Go to ‘’my computer’’ and right click on the C drive.
Step 2: Now, click on the ‘’properties’’.
Step 3: Now, click on the ‘’tools’’ and Click on the ‘’Check’’.
Step 4: Now, click on the ‘’SCAN DRIVE’’ and wait for the scan to complete. It will automatically fix the errors if found.
Step 5: Do this process for all drives to scan whole hard drive.
Now let’s check the memory (RAM)
Step 6: Press windows key and type ‘’windows memory diagnostic’’ and Open it.
Step 7: Now click on ‘’Restart now and check for problems (recommended)’’
Step 8: Follow the steps to check RAM and wait to finish the scanning.
Step 9: Now, if the problems are found on the ram then changing whole RAM stick is the wise idea.
Fix 4: Remove any Incompatible Hardware and Software
Any incompatible hardware or software can ruin your pc. And Frequent or permanent BSOD occurs every time you start the PC. So, removing them is the brave idea.
Step 1: Press windows key and type ‘’add or remove programs’’ and open it.
Step 2: Find any recently installed program that you think is causing the issue and uninstall them temporary. Check if problem persist or not.
Step 3: Now, Remove any recently added or installed new hardware and try temporary removing them and check if problem persist or not.
Step 4: If still problem is there than try fresh install of windows or try Image or system restore.
Firstly Updating the drivers is the best idea and after that do check with RAM and HDD. If problems still persist than update your BIOS.