Blue screen on my display

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I have custom built computer and it runner just fine since first couple months. Then problems started. I started to receive random blue screen errors. I have my computer on warranty so i returned it and they detected ram failure and replaced it for brand new. After couple weeks the same thing happened i returned it and they detected memory failure again and that story repeated well 4 times and problem came back after they replaced all 4 modules of my memory. Blue screen comes randomly does not matter when playing game or my computer is running. I just found general idea of component failure nothing details. I’m trying to figure out what can cause those kinds of failures and how can I possibly fix it. ?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #104439

Blue screen on my display


Hi Kathey,
Blue screen causes, include an incompatible device driver, a general hardware problem, or incompatible software. One of the most unusual errors found on Windows operating systems. Every time this happens, you have to reboot your computer to prevent or minimize occurrences of the blue screen error. So I have here solutions for you to fix blue screen. I have 10 solutions here to solve your problem. I just hope that with this solutions can resolve your problem.

Most causes is having a problem in your memory RAM.
Clean your memory RAM.
Follow these steps:
a. Remove your memory RAM on your laptop then clean it using eraser.
b. Rub the golden surface only then when your done with that.
c. Get a soft cloth to clean the particles of eraser.
d. Insert it now to your computer.
e. Then restart your computer. If blue screen still appears, Proceed to the net solution.

Fix blue screen error and other hard drive issues. Follow the steps:
a. Restart your computer and keep pressing F8. and select Safe mode.
b. Click Start, then select Run
c. Then type chkdsk/f
d. A black box will appear saying Chkdsk can't run because the volume is in use by another process.
Do you like to schedule this volume to be checked next time the system restarts? (Y/N)
Type in "Y", then press "Enter"
e. After completing the steps 1-4, you need to reboot your pc for the chkdsk /f to initiate.
Once reboot process is initiated, It will go to the usual start up process until it gets pass the Windows logo screen.
Then it will initiate the chkdsk /f command, wait for it to get done and see if that helps with any of your hard drive issues.

Sometimes the presence of blue screen is the symptoms of having a viruses because some of anti-virus cannot detect viruses.
And make sure that your anti-virus is updated. you have to update it regularly.

Restore your computer from the day before blue screen appears on your pc. Follow the steps:
a. Restart your pc then keep on pressing F8 until the "Advance Boot Options" menu appears.
b. Use the up and down arrow buttons to navigate the menu, select "Safe Mode" then press Enter.
c. This time you won't see your pc in blue screen error.
When welcome screen comes up, select the Administrator, then enter the administrator's password.
d. Click START and navigate the Accessories folder. You will see a folder entitled "System Tools", navigate to that folder then click System Restore.
e. In the System Restore program, make sure you choose
"Restore my computer to an earlier time" then click NEXT.
f. Select a date on the calendar, the day before bluscreen appears then click NEXT.
g. Last page of the System Restore will pop up with the date that you have chosen, click NEXT.
The system will reboot, then the computer blue screen will be gone. If not look for the solutions below.

Checking for the Windows Update. Follow the steps:
a. Restart your computer then keep pressing F8 to boot your computer
b. Select Safe Mode and press Enter
c. Go to start and select All Programs
d. Click Windows Update and select check for updates
e. Click View available updates then click Install
f. Then Restart your computer

Reinstall computer's display adapters. Follow the steps:
a. Restart your computer then keep pressing F8 to boot your computer.
b. Select Safe Mode and press Enter.
When computer start in safe mode.
c. Click Start and select My Computer the right-click to select Properties.
d. Click the Hardware tab.
e. Click Device Manager.
f. Expand the Device adapters select the display driver of your computer and right-click.
g. Select Uninstall.
h. Then restart your computer.

System Configuration Utility. Follow the steps:
a. Restart your computer then keep pressing F8 to boot your computer
b. Select Safe Mode and Press Enter then go to start, click Run.
c. Type msconfig, on the Services tab click Disable All then click Apply and OK.
d. Then Restart your computer.

Hard disk drive can be causes of blue screen. I have one suggestion for you to do.
Try to check your hard drive by connecting to other laptop. If blue screen doesn't show up.
Go back up all your important files. Then when you already backup your files.
You're going to reformat your computer without worrying about your important files.

Look and Detect Corrupted Files.
Here's the steps:
a. Boot your computer and keep pressing F8.
b. Select Safe Mode and press Enter.
c. Click Search
d. Click All files and folders
e. Check the box of Search hidden files and folders under more advanced options.
f. Type the file name in "All or part of the file name"
g. Then open the file and delete all the corrupted files. (hidden files or when file names change to blue)
h. Click shift+delete at the same time then click Yes.
i. Restart your computer.

Registry Cleaner.
Here's the steps:
a. Restart your computer and keep pressing F8.
b. Select Safe Mode and press Enter.
c. Go to start and click run.
d. Then type regedit and press Enter.
e. Click the File tab, select Export
f. Type the name for the backup file then click save.
g. After you create a backup of your registry, click on the (+) sign to expand section of HKEY_ LOCAL_MACHINE.
h. Scroll down and Click (+) plus sign of SOFTWARE.
i. Same steps to locate the MICROSOFT and find WINDOWS.
j. And locate CURRENT VERSION then find RUN.
k. Locate the files you wish to get rid of and press DELETE.
l. If you are unfamiliar with the purpose of a specific file, do an Internet search to determine its purpose before deleting it. Close the registry editor and restart.

Answered By 0 points N/A #104440

Blue screen on my display


Clean your Motherboard first. And check whether there are any short circuits in your RAM port. Check whether your BUS speed and the RAM speed are suitable for each other.

Most of the time, the blue error occurs due to ram failures. But sometime due to processor failures also this error can occur. So replays your processor and check whether it works.

Answered By 0 points N/A #104441

Blue screen on my display


Hello there friend,

I encountered that kind of problem, I change the RAM then it happen again, the i change my (VGA) card , still the blue screen appear, then the power supply i also change then nothing progress, so maybe the motherboard did all of this blue screen, but there's nothing happen, so last thing to do is to change the processor. Then I change the processor… Maybe you know what’s next? Yes you know. The problems solve.

Since I'm in 5 years in this field of work, I encountered this only twice, because mostly blue screen is because by memory (RAM) maybe the lost contact of the memory terminal is the problem so blue screen will appear, or the memory need to be replaced because it's defective or burnout.

So you did not assume that the processor is the one did that blue screen, it is very seldom that the processor did that.

So I hope you this will help you to solve your problem.

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