Various Steps Of The Screen Is Blue On Computer In Stepwise

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Hello, notify the steps for the screen is blue on computer in stepwise for the reference only and thanks for solving too and reply ASAP as well.

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Various Steps Of The Screen Is Blue On Computer In Stepwise

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Hey, the steps for the screen is blue on computer is as follows:
• First over the system go to start menu >right click my computer
• Next go to its properties manually.
• Next in system properties tab > click advance > advance setting
• Later in the advance tab > settings > startup > recovery section
• Now in the startup and the recovery tab just uncheck the automatically restart button
• Next click on the OK button
• Restart the system to get its effects.

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Various Steps Of The Screen Is Blue On Computer In Stepwise

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I think what you mean is the ever popular blue screen of death or BSOD. You can encounter it when you install a new application or update a driver for a device. Other causes of the blue screen error are hardware failure, data corruption, and possibly a virus infection. The message “STOP: 0x0000007B” will always appear with the blue screen error.

You might also see the message “INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE”. If you were able to successfully restart your computer after the blue screen error, you will be prompted with “Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown”. When you encounter the blue screen error, the first thing you should do is to remember the last thing you are doing and to rollback that task.

Like for example, if you’ve installed an application when the blue screen error appears, you need to uninstall that application to possibly restore the system. Another case is if you’ve update a driver for a device, you need to rollback the driver to the previous version to restore the system back.

But before you uninstall anything and rollback a driver to the previous version, you should try to restart your computer first and see if the blue screen is only a glitch. If you were able to successfully restart your machine, try monitoring the system if the error comes back.

But if you cannot restart the system, the best option is to restart the computer using the “Last Known Good Configuration” option. To do this, restart your computer and press F8 before the Windows logo appears right after the BIOS POST screen. In the “Advanced Options Menu”, select “Last Known Good Configuration” then press Enter twice. See if this works.

If this doesn’t work, repeat the same step to boot in Safe Mode. In Safe Mode, uninstall the program you just installed or uninstall the driver you just updated.

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