Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Steps To Fix A Microsoft Bluescreen Error In Your Computer

If you are using the Windows operating system in your computer i.e. Windows XP, Windows Vista or XP, you might have faced issues in the computer leading to the occurrence of error messages. These errors may force the computer to restart. You may think that upon restart, everything would work fine as before. However, you may see a blue screen. According to the Microsoft tech support, this error is termed as a BlueScreen error that may occur from a hardware or software issue.

If the issue is related to the hardware, you can seek assistance from the technicians who fix the hardware issues. However, if the problem is caused by a software issue, the best option would be to ask for help and let Microsoft fix it for you, or at leat guide you through the steps to do so yourself. Once you seek assistance from them, they’ll be on your problem and getting rid of it in no time.

You can follow these steps to repair a Microsoft blue screen before contacting the technical support.

  • In the first step, click the Start menu, followed by the Settings option. Now, click on the Control Panel and then System Maintenance. Now, select the Problem Reports and Solutions option.
  • Click on the Check for New Solutions option, located in the Tasks menu. Click on the Check for new Solutions option. Windows Vista would proceed to search for a solution to your problem.
  • Now, you can click on the link to your solution once Windows Vista is able to find a solution to your problem. Once you click on the link, follow the instructions on the screen to resolve your problem, and you will have fixed the blue screen issue.
  • However, if Windows Vista indicates No solutions found, click the X in the upper right hand corner of the window to close it. There’s only the option left now, to have Microsoft fix it for you.
  • In the next step, you need to do a System Restore. Go to the Start menu and click on All Programs. Select the Accessories option, followed by System Tools, and then click System Restore.
  • Click on the Choose a Different Restore Point, and then click on the Next option to continue. Select Next and then Finish. Your computer would restart, and restore your system to the selected restore point.

Therefore, you can follow these steps to troubleshoot and fix the BlueScreen error in your Windows computer.

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