A blue screen of death (BSOD) is one of the most common errors on computers today. These screens occur when something goes wrong with the operating system, causing it to crash. A loud noise often accompanies them, and sometimes you’ll even see smoke coming out of the speakers.
In some cases, there are no visible signs of what caused the BSOD, making it hard to identify what went wrong. If you’ve ever experienced a BSOD, you know how frustrating it can be to troubleshoot and resolve the issue. You might think you could just reinstall Windows, but doing so won’t always solve the problem. Here are some tips to help you fix a BSOD in Windows 10.