Tips on avoiding lockups, blue screen and frozen screen

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How do we avoid lockups, blue screen and frozen screen? I have once experienced the 'blue screen of death' on my laptop before and it was running on Windows XP. How can I prevent this from happening again?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #85879

Tips on avoiding lockups, blue screen and frozen screen

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That is a nice question.  Well the blue screen of death happens whenever there is driver that is not compatible or out of date, sometimes this can happen when you upgrade your drivers and the upgrade is not compatible, or sometimes the driver is just out-of-date, in this case you just have to upgrade it and the blue screen should go away.

The blue screen of death happens on Windows XP, at least that is what I know I haven't read anything about it happening on Vista or Windows 7. Blue screen of death or BSOD can also be associated with spyware or adware, in this case updating your antivirus is crucial, you should update every other day just so you know its always up-to-date. Lock ups and freezes can also be associated with spyware and adware too. I hope this has helped you my friend! Good Day!

Answered By 350 points N/A #85880

Tips on avoiding lockups, blue screen and frozen screen

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Thank you for answering, but I don't think I have changed any drivers recently, but I will try to update some just in case, and also my antivirus is always updated so there is no problem on that any more suggestions? I just want to ask if there is any more solutions?

Answered By 0 points N/A #85881

Tips on avoiding lockups, blue screen and frozen screen

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Well I see, I forgot about this one its a much more simpler approach, actually this solution should be your first option its called System Restore wherein you restore your computer's setting to an earlier date you can access it by pressing START then going PROGRAMS then ACCESSORIES then SYSTEM TOOLS and look for SYSTEM RESTORE choose an earlier date where you can restore your computer's setting, take note that when you restore your computer it restores your deleted data. hope this solution also helps.

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