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Blue Screen of Death is a condition in which an error screen displayed on Windows screen after a fatal system error or because of system crash. This error is also called as Black screen error or Stop error screen. This usually happens while you are in middle of doing something, upgrading operating system or simply working on your PC. You can have a online technical help for Windows 10 BSOD if you are looking for a quick and effective solution point. You can also go through this article post to know about different scenario for having this BSoD error.
BSoD issue while upgrading to Windows 10
This issue may happen while upgrading to Windows 10 from Windows 8 or 7 which occur because of improper BIOS settings or may be because of corrupted installer download. Here, in this situation you need to run upgrade installer again and then you need to delete all the files from software distribution folder. After deleting all unwanted files, you need to go to BIOS and enable UEFI boot. Here, you may also use installation media provided by Microsoft to upgrade.
BSoD issue while booting Windows 10
There are two situations with this error. In first case, you can easily access desktop while in second situation, you won’t even reach the desktop and stuck while in between restart loop.
In this case, if you are able to access desktop, you can go to settings and then Windows update. Now, click on Advanced and make a click on View all installed updates. Here, you need to delete the installed after which you received BSoD issues. BSoD is same as Black Screen error, so you can also have a phone tech support Windows 10 black screen error if you find trouble in sorting out issue yourself.
BSoD loop continuously reboot
If you are stuck Blue Screen of Death reboot loop, Windows 10 automatically turn in to repair mode after certain duration of time. Here, you can use system restore facility to have fixes for this issue. So, just click on System Restore and then choose date or point from where you stuck with BSoD. System restore will make your system to reach a particular time removing all the changes made to your system after Windows update.
If you are also facing BSoD issues on Windows upgrade, just follow the above solution procedure and get rid of BSoD issues. You may also dial a Windows 10 technical support number to have solution for BSoD error.