You might suddenly see a blue screen error, which will occur for a variety of reasons. It can be due to a compatibility issue with an older application or antivirus software. Or perhaps it could be due to damaged registry files or other corrupted setup media. Regardless, Windows Update will not fix this problem. What you need to do is make sure that the Windows Registry Repair utility can fix the problem. This utility will ensure that the corresponding ones in the registry replace all the corrupt, damaged and empty configuration keys in Windows.
However, before you can repair the blue screen error, make sure that you have eliminated all the reasons why your computer has started displaying this error. It might be a one-time problem when you install and uninstall various programs. But if it has frequently been happening, then it is a sign of a more severe issue such as a system crash or memory corruption. Most of the times, the latest updates would not be able to solve this problem. Therefore, the best way to make sure that the recent updates will not fix the problem is to ensure that you do not install or download anything from the Internet unless it is from the official website.
If you have tried the Windows Update but still have not been able to fix the blue screen error, it is time for another step in error setting process. First of all, the most apparent reason behind this error is the missing of an important file or component. Various events can cause the missing of an important file or feature. These include: inserting a new drive or installing new hardware, removing a device driver, and many other operations. To determine whether the missing component is the culprit behind the error, you can conduct a simple event log review.
Apart from using the Windows Update to scan and check for missing files or components, you should also use the Windows Fast Test to determine whether your BIOS is working correctly or not. With the help of the fast test, you can decide if the BIOS is appropriately booting with the latest settings or not. If the rapid test reports that the BIOS is working correctly, you should successfully boot your computer with the latest BIOS version. If the blue screen error is still present after you have performed the above steps, then BIOS is not working correctly.
In addition to performing a Windows Update or BIOS check, you should also replace the default bios chip using the appropriate USB chip. You can use a different flash chip if the one in your local image is not working correctly or damaged. However, if you does not know using additional USB chips, you can use a computer to manually replace the default BIOS chip. It is done by following the instructions outlined in your locals FC tutorial. Once you complete the steps, it will fix the blue screen error.
Last but not least, you should reset the SetupDiag button. The SetupDiag button is present on most Windows computers once you complete the Basic setup. It enables the user to set up the computer and test its compatibility with the operating system. Once you click on the SetupDiag button, a pop-up window will appear. Use the arrow keys and the Enter key to close the window.