Blue Screens AKA Blue Screen of Death

Blue Screens

What is a Blue Screen Error?

A stop error screen or bug check screen, commonly called a Blue Screen of Death (also BSoD, bluescreen), is caused by a fatal system error and is the error screen displayed by the Microsoft WinOS family of Operating Systems upon encountering a critical error, of a non-recoverable nature, that causes the system to "crash." Stop errors are usually hardware or driver related, causing the computer to stop responding. Bluescreens are typically caused by unsuspected software errors in device drivers.

How to fix Blue Screen of Death?

You could try a do it yourself or DIY method to fix Blue Screen errors. This requires that you research the exact error message that's listed on the Blue Screen. However, what if it's a virus causing the blue screen error? Or what if your search doesn't turn up any fixes? If you manage to find the fix, it's something best done by professional technicians or a professional PC Repair program. You can spend countless hours trying to figure out how to repair your Blue Screen error but wouldn't it save time to have an automatic program do it?

One solution is to use the Reimage professional WinOS system repair software which runs a deep scan of your WinOS system, finds and automatically fixes system software issues that are causing those Blue Screens.

Reimage is the only program that has over 25,000,000 files in a repository and actually fixes your corrupted, malfunctioning and missing WinOS software files. Run Reimage scan to get a PC report to see what PC issues you have and also get a spyware and virus scan. In case you have an hardware problem the scan will detect it and inform you.

Reimage also increases performance, stops computer freezing and system crashes as well as improves overall PC stability. With regular use, Reimage will constantly refresh your Operating System which will keep your computer running at its best. Reimage is a fast, easy and safe solution to fixing Blue Screens and all other WinOS errors.

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