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Windows 7 Blue Screen: Fixing the Blue Screen of Death

 

Windows 7 is the newest operating system from Microsoft. With all the new advances that Windows 7 has represented, it is still not immune to the Blue Screen of Death.

 

What is Windows 7 Blue Screen?

Windows 7 Blue Screen is the last thing that you want to see when you are running you computer. Known as a ‘stop’ error, when Windows 7 Blue Screen is plaguing your computer you are likely to experience sudden shutdowns. When this is happening to your computer you might see a message that reads, “Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer.” If left alone, the problem will almost always get worse and eventually could result in your computer not even booting up.

 

What Causes Windows 7 Blue Screen?

Windows 7 Blue Screen is a difficult problem to diagnose as there are many causes that can attribute to the problem. However, the most common two causes are software problems and adware problems.

 

Fixing Windows 7 Blue Screen Problems

You can go about fixing Windows 7 Blue Screen in a few different ways. The method that will ultimately work for you will depend on the actual cause of your Windows 7 Blue Screen problem. However, you can simply start with the first solution and see if it works for you. If not, continue on until the problem is solved.

 

Solution 1: System Restore

Steps:

  1. Start your computer in Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key during boot up.
  2. In Safe Mode, click the Start Button.
  3. In the Search Box you will see type in ‘System Restore’.
  4. In the results list you see click on ‘System Restore’.
  5. Enter admin password if prompted to and confirm.
  6. Follow the on screen instructions.
  7. Restart your computer after the process is complete.

 

Solution 2: Update Windows 7

Steps:

  1. Start your computer in Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key during boot up.
  2. Once in Safe Mode, click the Start Button.
  3. Click on All Programs.
  4. Click on Windows Update.
  5. Follow the on screen instructions.
  6. Restart your computer once the update is completed.

 

Solution 3: Use Windows Action Center for Help

Steps:

  1. Start your computer in Safe Mode by pressing the F8 key during boot up.
  2. Once in Safe Mode, click the Start Button.
  3. Click Control Panel.
  4. Under System and Security Click review your computer’s status.
  5. Click where it says Maintenance.
  6. Locate where it says Check for solutions to report problems and check the box.
  7. Windows 7 will then tell you if there are any solutions for the problem.

 

This should get you going on your quest to fix the Windows 7 Blue Screen on your computer. Good luck!


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