The blue screen error on Windows is not a new problem. Many Windows users find themselves baffled by the infamous BSoD error. The intensity of the problem is the only thing that keeps changing depending on the version of Windows you use. If you are a Windows 11 user, there is a chance that you might have come across the blue screen error already. If you are looking for fixes, take a look at this article to solve this error on your PC.
The blue screen of death (BSOD) error normally resonates with the Windows startup problem. Users can keep getting this error if the Windows OS on their device does not start correctly. This error also points towards the incompatibility of certain software with your device. This is maybe a normal occurrence since Windows keeps releasing updates very frequently. The Blue screen error can also trouble you if you have a corrupted file saved on your device unknowingly. Fortunately, there are troubleshooting methods that solve this problem easily. Even if you don’t know the exact cause for this error, following the steps mentioned below will most probably get rid of BSoD on your computer.
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Fixes for Blue screen error on Windows 11:
Before going forward with the fixes, you need to activate ‘Automatic Repair’ on your computer. To do that, force shut down your PC 3 times. This will boot the PC into ‘system recovery mode’. Force or Hard shutdown is done by press-holding the power button for more than 10 seconds. First, hold the power button until your PC shuts down and wait for it to restart. As soon as you see something on the screen, press-hold the power button again. Do this a total of 3 times to activate the ‘Automatic Repair’.
1) Startup Repair:
Patiently wait as your PC finishes booting up for the system repair. When you see ‘Advanced Options’ on your screen, click on ‘Troubleshoot’ and then select ‘Advanced options’. In the list of options laid out in front of you, select ‘Startup Repair’. This will initiate a scan to fix all the problems that prevent Windows from starting up correctly. When that’s done, click on ‘Advanced options’ again. Irrespective of whether the blue screen error is resolved, move forward with the next step. This is to ensure that you won’t have to boot your PC again in order to access automatic repair.
2) System Restore:
This time you need to select ‘System restore’. System restore points that are available on your device might be the key to solving the blue screen error on your device. Select ‘Next’ and click on the system restore point that might be available on your device. Continue with the process by clicking next again and following the instructions on the screen. This will restore the system points and in turn solve the blue screen error on your computer.
3) Uninstall unwanted software:
In the ‘Advanced settings’ list click on ‘Startup settings’. Then select ‘Restart’. You will have to restart your PC in safe mode. To do that, press the ‘4’ key on your keyboard. Once, your PC restarts in Safe Mode, click on the Start button > Settings > System > Apps and Features. Sort the list in front of you by changing the filter to ‘Sort by date‘. Check which software was installed recently. It might be the culprit for the blue screen error on your PC. Click on the app or software you want to remove and select ‘Uninstall’. Restart your computer when the uninstalling is done. To remove your PC out of Safe Mode, press the windows button + R at the same time. In the dialog box, type ‘msconfig’ then click OK. Then select Boot Tab > Boot options and uncheck the ‘Safe boot’ option.
4) Roll Back Driver:
If you have recently updated a driver on your computer, it might have caused incompatibility issues with the hardware. So, to solve the blue screen error, you will have to roll back the driver. To do that, type in ‘Device manager’ in the search box on your taskbar. Open Device manager expand the device that had its driver updated recently. Right-click the driver and select ‘Properties’. Switch to the ‘Driver’ tab and click on ‘Disable device’.
I hope the ‘Blue screen of death’ error on your Windows 11 system is resolved. If you are trying to find solutions for other problems related to your Windows 11 system, visit ANDROIDGRAM.