Windows 7 OS is still the superlative operating system from Microsoft and is liked and appreciated by millions of users. But most of its users are prone to one frequent problem which is referred as BSOD Blue Screen error. This error is officially called Blue Screen Error of Death (BSOD).To fix this error, you can take the help of certified Windows 7 technicians by dialing their toll-free number and get instant solutions.
Helpline number for Windows 7 is always available for its users, you can call them any time24*7 and get quality solutions from the expert Windows technicians at affordable rates. While working on your computer or laptop and suddenly your system restart automatically with a frequent screen color changes to blue, then this error is called as Blue Screen error. The computer crashes after it runs for some time. Additionally, you receive a Stop error message on a blue screen. The Stop error message resembles the following:
STOP: 0x0000000A (parameter1, parameter2, parameter3, parameter4)
What is BSOD Stop Error?
A stop error code generally occurs when there is an underlining issue related to computer hardware or software. The system shuts itself down, and you may lose any unsaved data when Windows displays a stop error screen.
Steps To Fix Blue Screen Errors in Windows 7
Using System Restore
There is the choice on the restore utility to opt for a different restore point. Unless you have a specific reason to choose a different date and time than what Windows recommends, just pick the recommended option stated in the above-mentioned steps. If you prefer to select another one, follow the below-given steps:
Once you have selected the restore point, your system will start the restoring process, after which you will have to restart the system. If you confront any sort of issue in restoring process, then you can take from Microsoft windows 10 help and support in an efficient manner.
Several times the issue is due to memory issues. Fortunately, Windows 7 has a Memory Management Diagnostic tool that detects and solves troubles related to system memory.
Unfortunately, hardware an issue often leads to blue screen errors. The easiest solution to this problem is to uninstall such hardware which is causing the problems. You can detect the hardware issues by checking the Device Manager in Windows.
For more info you can read this useful article: Instant and Reliable Resolution to Common Windows 7 Problems
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