How to Fix Windows 10 if it Crashes With a Blue Screen of Death?
Windows 10 is a much secure version of windows but something or the other goes wrong, just the way it happens with its predecessors. You all must be aware of the Blue screen of death which is also called BSOD, system crash etc. This error is seen not only in blue screen but also in other categories of windows. In some OS, the error comes in yellow and red screen.
There is no particular solution to fix the problem, but you can follow a few techniques that can help you to diagnose and solve any particular issue.
How to fix and troubleshoot Blue screen of death (BSOD)
If you are not able to use your windows desktop or monitor, then you need a windows 10 DVD or bootable drive to run windows 10 setup. However, before running a Windows 10 drive, you need to check whether the hard disk is properly connected to your computer. If you are not using a DVD or a bootable USB, then you can directly enter in Advance option. But if you are using a CD/DVD or Bootable USB drive then you need to follow these steps.
Step 1: At first, you need to go to BIOS and set your first boot priority to USB or Removable drive but if you have windows 10 DVD then you set it to CD/DVD Drive and then save and exit.
Step 2: hen your PC will run your bootable USB drive.
Step 3: You need to skip the first button which is used to set language, time and currency; and straightaway click on the Next button.
Step 4: An Install Now button will appear on the middle of the screen but you need to click on the repair button that appears on the bottom left of the screen.
Step 5: Then, you need to click on Troubleshoot option on the screen.
Step 6: From the list of Advance option that appears on the screen, you need to choose recovery option if your computer has automatically created restore point. If this option does not work, then follow the next step.
Step 7: There is another option for you to choose that is the System image recovery option. You can choose this option if you have system image on your drive and follow all the steps. If you don’t find one, then you will get an error message. You need to move to the final step if this option also fails to work.
Step 8: Then you need to return back to the Advance option and select the Command prompt option.
Step 9: When you see a command prompt terminal, you need to type Bootrec<space>/fixmbr and then hit enter. You need to type four required commands and hit enter.
Step 10: After giving all the commands, the tool will automatically search for all the disk connected to your PC.
Step 11: After the search is complete, you can see the disks in which your windows installed and you will be asked to Add installation to boot list Yes(Y) NO (N)/All (A)
Step 12: Type Y and press enter to complete the process. Then click on the Exit button to close the command prompt.
Step 13: Continue to use windows 10 and wait for the computer to restart.
If you face any kind of trouble while troubleshooting or the above-mentioned steps do not solve the problem, you can call window 10 customer support number and take help.