Windows Vista/XP

How to fix blue screen of death errors (or BSoD errors) for Windows Vista

If you see a blue screen error, but Windows Vista restarts immediately and you can’t read the error text, follow these instructions to disable the Automatically restart option:

Right-click on My Computer
Go to Properties
Go to the Advanced tab
At the Startup and Recovery section, click the Settings button
At the System failure section, make sure the “Automatically restart” option is unchecked
Click OK
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If you can’t boot into Windows, try booting into Safe Mode, follow the instructions above and then restart your computer again. To boot Windows Vista in Safe Mode, follow these steps:

Restart your computer
Press F8 before the Windows logo appears
Use the arrow keys and select “Safe Mode” from the boot menu
Press Enter

General fixes

Most Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) errors in Windows Vista can be fixed by following any of the below methods.

Method #1: Install Windows updates

If Windows Updates aren’t installed automatically in your Windows Vista system, you need to update the system manually:

Go to Control Panel
Click Windows Update (or System and Maintenance and then Windows Update)
Click Install. If the Windows Update window says that Windows is up to date, go to the next method below.
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Method #2: Check installed drivers

Many BSoDs errors are caused by misconfigured or damaged device drivers installed. To fix a BSoD error caused by incompatible drivers, you need to remove the installed driver and restart the computer or make sure you have the latest available driver for your computer.

Search on your computer’s manufacturer website for the latest drivers available.

Method #3: Startup Repair

The Startup Repair utility of Windows Vista can potentially fix blue screen errors as it automatically scan and tries to fix your computer.

To run Startup Repair, follow these steps:

If you have the Windows Vista installation disk:
1. Insert the disk and restart your computer
2. Press any key to start Windows from the installation disk
3. Choose your language
4. Click Next
5. Click Repair your computer
6. At the System Recovery Options screen, click Startup Repair

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If you don’t have the Windows Vista installation disk:
Remove any inserted floppy diskettes, CDs, DVDs or USB drives
Restart your computer
Press F8 before the Windows logo appears
At the Advanced Boot Options screen, select Repair your computer

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