How to resolve continuous reboot with a blue screen problem in Windows® XP®
What are the reasons for the continuous reboot with a blue screen problem in Windows XP operated PC? How to solve the issue?
When you are running Windows XP on your PC, you might have noticed that sometimes Windows XP reboots without notice. This tends to be caused by a Blue Screen error. If you want to see what this error is, you will have to check the error log list because Windows reboots too quickly for you to read what happened. The software incompatibility in the system also can deliver the blue screen and the reboot issue. If the system cannot provide the necessary requirements for any of the application that you have installed on to the system, then this issue might occur. If the BIOS in the system is not correct or any changes in the BIOS settings are incorrect, then also this reboot and the blue screen error might occur.
Following are the resolving continuous reboot with a blue screen problem in Windows XP:
- Repair the registry
- Fix the drivers
- Recovery settings
Repair the registry
Since duplicate values in the registry are the main reason for the blue screen issue in the Windows XP system, you can fix that issue by repairing the registry. Registry cleaner software are most effective to remove such values from the registry. This software can detect all the errors and missing entries in my registry using the free scan, and fix all the errors within minutes. Once this entire process is completed, the computer no longer encounters the blue screen of death, and its processing speed also improves.
Fix the drivers
The drivers in the system are also responsible for fixing the errors. That means if any of them turns incompatible to the system settings, then this blue screen occurs. The system might not fix the issue with any other methods. If you find any error messages listed with a proper driver, then you need to check those drivers. If incompatibility is the issue, then you can fix that issue by upgrading the driver or the system components such as memory or the processor.
If you haven't changed any of the system failure settings, you can see the error by looking in the Event Log. But a better long-term solution is to turn off the automatic reboot so you can actually see the error when it occurs. Chances are it would tell you enough about itself to let you troubleshoot further. To change the recovery settings, you need to select the 'Set up and recovery option' in the 'Advanced' tab. If the automatic reboot is turned on there, then you need to disable that. This can help you to resolve the issue.