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BLUE SCREEN - hang / reboot ...please HELP!

By Abha, on Tuesday 02 23, 2012 03:46:44 PM
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Class One:The definition of Blue Screen Is …

The most annoying computer errors of all, the blue screen that pops up out of wherever and whenever you're in the middle of something much important. It can cause an operating system to "freeze" or "lock up," requiring a reboot (restart) and deleting all unsaved data. The screen appears listing some strange confidential messages of numbers and letters about something going wrong.

The blue screen of death (BSOD), is the unofficial name given by users to the Windows general protection fault (GPF) error. The Blue Screen of Death (also known as Blue Screen of Doom) is a term used for the error screen displayed by some operating systems, after encountering a critical system error which can cause the system to shut down to prevent damages.

The system locks up and must be rebooted. The blue screen may include some hexadecimal values from a core dump that can potentially be used to determine what caused the crash.

The blue screen of death can strike anyone, anywhere. For Example, at the Comdex trade show, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates encountered the blue screen during a demonstration of Windows 98.

Class Two: What Causes the Blue Screen of Death Problem…

The death screen isn't as simple to figure out. In fact, there's often no way for anyone except a technician packing with professional-grade diagnostic tools to find the origin of sin. Blue screen may be caused by physical faults such as faulty memory, power supplies, overheating of computer components, or hardware running beyond its specification limits.A bug in one program can corrupt data in the computer's memory, causing an entirely different program to crash later. Bad hardware will also often lead to software errors; when the hardware doesn't send back data as expected, programs will start to fail. "A broad range of conditions can cause a Fatal Exception error," shrugs Microsoft's help documentation. "As a result, troubleshooting a Fatal Exception error can be difficult." Meanwhile, spyware or a computer virus can also make strange things happen.