My computer keeps showing the blue screen of death- why?
Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) is commonly called as the “message box in full screen mode” by the tech users. The BSOD error will pop just before the computer gets rebooted or sometimes during any operation. The root cause of such error is faulty hardware. Whenever you come across blue screen error, you are likely to have a major or minor data loss immediately.
Blue Screen of Death while working on Windows 10
Windows 10 too has the Blue screen of Death or stop error screen that displays when you are booting, upgrading the operating system or simply working on your PC. This can cause due to device driver update, Windows update or a recently installed hardware on your device.
Learn how to fix blue screen on Windows 10
To fix Blue Screen of Death error, first you need to restart your PC, then boot the computer in ‘Safe mode’. After you are done booting the computer in safe mode, follow the below mentioned steps:
1. Go to settings and select Update and Recovery, then click on Recovery.
2. Under Advanced Setup, click on Restart now.
3. Once your system is restarted, click Troubleshoot on the Choose an option screen.
4. Go to Advanced options and click on Startup settings, then restart your PC again.
5. Perform a clean boot on your OS.
Apart from the above method, reinstalling Windows, installing updated drivers, scanning for malware and prior checking for faulty drivers will help you to avoid BSOD’s errors. But, when you get Blue Screen of Death or other types of errors on Windows, it result in data loss. Here is a simple way to safely fix blue screen of death after installing Windows 10 in order to get back all your lost data.