Get Help with Blue Screen Problems in Windows 10

Troubleshoot Blue Screen Problems in Windows 10 to help stop errors like common stop error codes: 0x0000000A, 0x0000003B, 0x000000EF, 0x00000133, 0x000000D1, 0x1000007E, 0xC000021A, 0x0000007B, 0xC000000F.

Blue Screen in Windows 10 can occur if a problem causes your PC to shut down or restart unexpectedly. So when you experience this error, you won’t be able to see things like the Start menu or the taskbar on the screen when your PC is turned on. Instead you might see a blue screen with a message that your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart.

Blue Screen Error while Upgrade to Windows 10

If you get a Blue Screen/stop error while you are upgrading to Windows 10, try the following steps:

  1. Update DriversYou can update drivers on Windows 10 and many devices are downloaded and installed through Windows Update. Follow steps: How to Update Drivers in Windows 10 Automatically
  2. Remove SoftwareYou can remove recently installed or unnecessary software (for example, antivirus software from companies other than Microsoft) before upgrade Windows 10.

    Select the Start button > Settings  > System  > Apps & features . Select Sort by name and change it to Sort by install dateSelect a recently installed app you want to remove then select Uninstall.

  3. Remove External Hardware

    Try to unplug unnecessary external hardware (printers, webcams, additional monitors, etc.) before upgrading Windows 10.

  4. Turn fast startup on or off

    Search type “Control Panel”and select it (How to Open Control Panel in Windows 10). Then select Hardware and Sound > Power Options > System Settings. On under Shutdown settings, find Turn on fast startup (recommended). If this setting is turned off, select the check box. If it’s turned on, clear the check box.

  5. Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode

    You can try safe mode starts Windows 10 in a basic state, with a minimal set of files and drivers. Follow steps: Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode

Fix Blue Screen Error after an update Windows 10 was installed

Try to uninstall more than one update if you don’t know which one is causing the error.
  1. In the search box on the taskbar, type View installed updates, and then select View installed updates.
  2. Expand the window to see the installation date, and then select the update that you want to uninstall.
  3. Select Uninstall.

Or you can follow step below:

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  1. Open Control Panel.
  2. Click Uninstall a programs.
  3. Click View installed updates.
  4. Click Installed On to knowing new update.
  5. Right click on recent update > Uninstall.
  6. Restart your PC.

Fix Blue Screen Error while using your PC

1. Check for Updates Windows 10

  1. Press Windows key + I.
  2. Click Update & Security.
  3. On the Windows Update page, select Check for updates.

2. Repair windows 10 using automatic repair tool

This tool can solve various problems including corrupt files, system partitions, boot sectors and drivers automatically. Follow steps: How to repair windows 10 using automatic repair tool

3. Update Drivers

You can update drivers on Windows 10 and many devices are downloaded and installed through Windows Update. Follow steps: How to Update Drivers in Windows 10 Automatically

4. Remove Software

You can remove recently installed or unnecessary software (for example, antivirus software from companies other than Microsoft) before upgrade Windows 10.

Select the Start button > Settings  > System  > Apps & features . Select Sort by name and change it to Sort by install dateSelect a recently installed app you want to remove then select Uninstall.

5. Remove External Hardware

Try to unplug unnecessary external hardware (printers, webcams, additional monitors, etc.) before upgrading Windows 10.

6. Turn fast startup on or off

Search type “Control Panel”and select it (How to Open Control Panel in Windows 10). Then select Hardware and Sound > Power Options > System Settings. On under Shutdown settings, find Turn on fast startup (recommended). If this setting is turned off, select the check box. If it’s turned on, clear the check box.

7. Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode

You can try safe mode starts Windows 10 in a basic state, with a minimal set of files and drivers. Follow steps: Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode

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