Retrieve Data after Blue Screen Death

The horrifying blue screen of death (BSOD) is often a momentary event and can be fixed by rebooting of the system.  Sometimes though, BSOD can be more serious and can prevent the computer from rebooting. It is not however common for this error to result in data loss, but resolving the problem can sometimes include having to fix or reload the entire operating system. To prevent any kind of data loss on this occasion, this is the right stage to ensure you take a proper backup of your important data. But in case the dreaded has already happened, this page is exactly for you.

Read on to know the major factors responsible for causing blue screen of death problem on your computer and the steps to tackle them. You can follow below mentioned steps in order to get back data after blue screen of death error. Remo Partition Recovery Software will enable you to reliably retrieve all important data even before the system is fixed, even from a severely affected or corrupted hard disk.

Blue screen of death error – What is it?

Blue screens are generally displayed due to problems with your system’s hardware or errors with its hardware driver softwares. Official softwares shouldn’t be able to result in blue screens as if a program crashes, it will do so without taking the entire operating system out along with it. Blue screen of death errors are generally caused by hardware malfunctions and issues with untrusted softwares running in the Windows operating system kernel.

Useful guidelines for dealing with blue screen of death errors:

BSOD errors have a variety of reasons to occur, but these instructions will help you deal with most blue screen of death errors:

  • Using System Restore: If your computer recently started experiencing blue screen error, use System Restore in order to move its operating system software back to a healthy state. If this works out for you, you’ll know that it’s probably a software problem which can be addressed
  • Scan for malware / viruses: Malware and viruses that hook deep into Windows OS and gets into the Windows kernel can cause system instability resulting in such issues. Scan your computer regularly for malwares and viruses to ensure malicious softwares aren’t causing the OS to crash
  • Install updated drivers: An incorrectly installed or a malfunctioning driver can lead to system crashes. Hence, download the latest drivers for your system’s hardware from your computer manufacturer’s official website and install them. This may fix blue screen of death errors that are caused by driver troubles
  • Reinstall Windows OS: Reinstalling Windows operating system is the ultimate option. It will wipe away the existing operating system software and replace it with a fresh Windows operating system. If your computer continues to show blue screen error after this, you probably have a hardware issue

Performing data recovery after blue screen of death error:

Remo Recover is a robust data recovery application that is famously utilized for performing data recovery on various critical situations of data loss such as blue screen of death errors. It has powerful scanning algorithms for performing rigorous scanning of severely affected hard drive experiencing blue screen of death errors to get back all deleted or lost files with utmost efficiency and reliability. In addition, one can very easily employ this software to recover crashed hard drive data in order to retrieve files after a hard disk drive crash with great ease. Follow the below mentioned detailed instructions in order to begin data restoration after experiencing BSOD issues.


Steps to restore data after blue screen death errors using Remo Recover:

Step 1: Download and install Remo Recover on your Mac system and launch it to open main screen. Select "Recover Volumes / Drives" option.

Retrieve Data after Blue Screen Death - Main Screen

Figure 1: Main Screen

Step 2: Select "Volume Recovery" option on  the next screen.

Data Recovery after Blue Screen Death - Select Volume Recovery

Figure 2: Select Volume Recovery

Step 3: Select the physical drive from where the data is to be recovered and click "Next".

,Data Restoration after Blue Screen Death - Select Drive

Figure 3: Select Drive

Step 4: Once the recovery process is completed, the entire list of recovered data shall be displayed.

Recover Data after BSOD Error - Recovered Data

Figure 4: Recovered Data

Step 5: Click "Save Recovery Session" option to  save the entire recovery process.

Restore Data after BSOD Errors - Save Recovery Session

Figure 5: Save Recovery Session