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Troubleshooting Windows Stop Errors or Blue Screens has never been easy. They usually check your hardware, update the device drivers, maybe do other things and hope it works. In addition to the fact that the Blue Screen Troubleshooter is included in Windows 10, Microsoft has launched a website that helps beginners and newcomers repair their blue screens under Windows 10. The integrated convenience store is easy to use and automatically corrects BSODs. Microsoft Online Windows 10 Blue Screen Troubleshooter is a wizard designed to help beginners correct their stop errors. It offers useful links along the way.
Windows 10 Blue Screen Troubleshooting
Under Windows 10, you can access the Blue Screen Troubleshooter via Settings > Update & Security > Troubleshoot.
Run it and see if it can solve your problem.
Windows 10 blue screens are simple and do not display stop error information. So, if you want to keep the error code, you may have to force Windows 10 to display the details of the stop error.
After doing this, visit the Microsoft website to get started. You will see a simple wizard that will guide you through the blue screens troubleshooting process.
You are asked first – When did you receive the error from the blue screen?
- When upgrading to Windows 10
- After installing an update
- While using my PC.
Select your option.
If you select When upgrading to Windows 10, you will now be prompted to return to your previous version of Windows.
If you select After installing an update, you will be prompted to check for updates or remove the newly installed hardware.
If you While using my PC, you will be offered useful suggestions if you can access your office and if you cannot access the office.
Troubleshooting is simple enough and is designed to help the user progress through this tedious task of correcting the blue screen error.
If this does not help, there are some tips on how to fix Blue Screen of Death in Windows 10 under different scenarios. For more detailed help, read this detailed BSOD guide.