If a problem causes your computer to shut down or restart unanticipatedly a blue screen error (also known as a stop error) may occur. A blue screen could show you a message that your computer has had a problem and needs to start again.
The “blue death screen” is a never-ending sight. When a critical error occurs in Microsoft Windows, the BSODs are typically the consequence of crashing software (or drivers) or defective hardware, which it cannot recover from.
What are the causes of blue screen error?
Blue screens are usually triggered by hardware problems or software problems with your computer. They can sometimes be triggered by problems with Windows kernel low-level applications. Ordinary applications do normally not create blue screens. When an application collapses, it does so without the operating system being replaced.
When a Windows meets the “Stop Error” screen, a blue screen error occurs. This big failure causes Windows to crash and to cease functioning. Windows can only reboot the PC at that stage. This will result in the loss of data because projects cannot save their open data.
When a blue display is shown, Windows automatically generates a “minidump” file that contains crash information and stores it on your disc. To identify the cause of the blue screen, you can display information on these minidumps.
What are some common types of blue screen errors in computer?
Following are some of the common types of blue screen errors in computers,
1. “KMode Exception Not Handled” error:
The KMode exception not handled blue screen error, or error code 0x0000001E, occurs typically on Windows 10. It usually comes with a Blue Screen of Death (BSoD). BSoDs among PC users are regarded as a serious issue. It typically happens because of the defective hardware or driver and is not easily recovered from a critical error. BSoDs can lead in some cases to an unresolved restart loop.
This error happens in simpler terms when programs overwrite their memory and inevitably lead to a complete device crash. This error is fortunately easy to correct.
2. INVALID DATA ACCESS TRAP:
This is one of several BSOD mistakes. It can occur in all windows from the newest Windows 10 to XP. This can be done when new hardware or driver is mounted. The software will be installed with INVALID DATA ACCESS TRAP. It can be a dispute between different items.
The INVALID DATA ACCESS TRAP error is caused by several factors. For example, when you install an app; load a driver, start or shut down Windows simultaneously etc. Some include broken drivers, Windows corruption, driver conflict, broken hard disc errors 0x4, RAM corruption, etc.
3. NMI HARDWARE FAILURE:
This type of error causes a sudden system crash and it mostly occurs while playing games. You can submit your dump files to an MVP expert or post them on Microsoft forums. The two primary causes of NMI HARDWARE FAILURE are “driver error” and “memory error.”
Firstly, you must check whether you are using the latest version of Windows 10 if all your drivers are changed. You can test the generic drivers that Windows 10 gives you if it doesn’t work out.
Generally speaking, the companies must have been supplying the most recent drivers by now. But you may find it difficult if it’s an old PC. You can Google for that particular driver file and see whether it will work or not.