If you’ve ever used Windows, chances are you’ve experienced the blue associated with the Windows Stop Error or ‘Blue Screen of Death’.
What is a Blue Screen of Death?
The Blue Screen of Death, or more properly the ‘Windows stop message’ occurs when Windows detects a problem or error from which it cannot recover. The operating system halts and diagnostic information is displayed on a blue screen.
Reading the Blue Screen Of Death
It can be a gut-wrenching feeling, staring at the incomprehensible blue screen with all its numbers and codes. Microsoft has tips how to
read the Blue Screen of Death and what are the most errors likely you will encounter and provides you with some techniques for eliminating them.
How to start computer after Blue Screen of Death
Chances are that your blue screen may be related to a change that you recently made in your computer( you might have installed something or system crashed due to software corruption). At this point of time you can try starting your computer by using the Last Known Good Configuration feature in Windows.
Safe Mode is the first step in recovering a crashed computer when Windows restarts continuously with blue screen known as Blue Screen of Death.