There are many reasons that your PC might be suffering from the dreaded Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), but the problem can be easily solved. In this article, we’ll go over some common causes and solutions for BSOD. From driver issues to low disk space, we’ll cover all the bases. We’ll also cover how to fix blue screen with a simple registry tweak. Here’s what you can do to fix the problem quickly and easily:

Fixing a BSOD

In some cases, a BSOD may be caused by a recently installed app or hardware. Remove these items from your computer and check for any updates. If any of the devices have an ‘unknown’ or ‘uninstalled’ label, remove them and check for updates. If the problem still persists, you can use Windows Update to fix it. It should be enabled to check for updates automatically.

Another way to troubleshoot the BSOD is to deactivate the automatic restart of your computer. In many cases, a BSOD can be caused by a faulty hardware component, such as a hard drive or memory module. If you’ve uninstalled any external peripherals from your computer, try restarting your system to see if the issue persists. Some of these external devices may have their own software and could be causing the BSOD.

Fixing a BSOD caused by driver problems

If your BSOD keeps coming back after you install a new program, update a driver, or initiate any other type of change to your computer, you probably have a problem with your drivers. To fix this, you should check with your computer’s manufacturer to see if there are any updates available. You can also uninstall any software that may have caused the BSOD and reinstall it. It’s also important to make sure that your PC has adequate cooling.

To diagnose the driver problem that’s causing your BSOD, you should run a free program called Driver Verifier. This program stresses your hardware drivers and detects any issues they may have. The tool also finds minidump files, which Windows will use to identify and fix the problem. When you’ve installed the software, run Driver Verifier again to make sure that it’s working properly.

Fixing a BSOD caused by malware

If you’ve been receiving BSODs on your PC, you may be worried that malware is responsible. Malware is often hidden within the operating system, and can cause instability. If you’re not certain if malware is to blame for your BSOD, you should check your antivirus software. If you suspect that malware is to blame, you should try restoring your computer to a previous state using System Restore. If the issue persists, you should download and install an updated driver.

Malware is a problem in which corrupt system files or drivers cause a BSOD. To fix this, uninstall any program that causes the BSOD. Similarly, uninstall any recently installed software. You should also remove all peripherals from your computer, including USB devices and external storage. If these actions don’t fix the issue, you can get help from a reputable computer repair service.

Fixing a BSOD caused by low disk space

A BSOD is a warning about a shortage of disk space. The problem could be with the hard drive or the memory. It may also be caused by a driver, or software or firmware issue. Depending on what is causing the BSOD, it may be possible to reinstall the driver or firmware. A BSOD that has occurred after a recent driver or firmware upgrade may be caused by a low-level bug in the BIOS.

Another way to fix a BSOD caused by low disk storage is to reinstall device drivers. Sometimes, the problem is caused by newly installed software or drivers. In this case, reverting these changes can solve the problem. If you’re unable to fix the problem, try restoring the system to a previous time. If you’re unable to do this, you can try to reinstall the driver and then run the troubleshooting steps mentioned above.

Founder, editor, and contributor at Technosoups. Shubham has been a gadget freak since longer than he cares to admit and loves everything to do with technology. He loves to address tech issues​es and write tech how-to's in a way that it can be followed by everyone.