Causes of the Blue Screen of Death in Windows® XP®
Get to know more about the causes and of blue screen of death in Windows XP.
Most likely, the blue screen is the most horrible error in all the PC's. In fact, the edition of the Windows that one is using has no influence on whether it can suffer from blue screen error or not, because all windows can experience this error.. The main causes of these errors are registry issues, misplacing of boot files or some sort of virus infections. If the registry files are corrupted, then blue screen error might occur. You might have to re-install Windows operating system to get the normal screen. Next cause of blue screen is the misplacing of the boot file. Harmful viruses such as Trojans can also cause blue screen error on your computer. Blue screen errors minimize the speed and performance of your computer and the programs running on it. The consequence of blue screen error ranges from simple errors to data loss. It can also lead to system crashing or freezing. As soon as you encounter a blue screen error, you should re-start your computer in order to resolve the blue screen crash.
Following are some of the ways to resolve the blue screen error in Windows XP:
- Virus scanning
- Registry repairing
- Hardware repairing
- Reinstallation of software
If you find that your system gets affected by viruses, scan the system with any of the best antivirus software and remove the viruses. By removing the powerful viruses; you are actually resolving one of the reasons of blue screen error.
If the registry has damaged settings or unused programs inside it, that can cause the blue screen problem. If the settings inside the registry are changed, Windows cannot read them properly and thus, the blue screen. To solve this issue, use any of the registry cleaners and remove the unused programs inside it.
The damaged hardware is a main reason for blue screen error with Windows XP. If the cables connected to these hardware are damaged, the blue screen may occur. So to solve the cable problem, connect them properly to the system and restart the system in safe mode.
If the drivers or any such software are outdated or incompatible, Windows XP will show the blue screen problem. If you cannot correct the issues with these software, the next solution is to reinstall them. Also, you can do the up-gradation of these software to any of the compatible versions. Repair the registry