The blue screen of death is a common problem in the computer world. We will try to give you some information about this issue and remember that computer repair Toronto will save your time and money to fix this problem at very reasonable fees. If you have any question, you can call us at 416 534 1611.
The blue screen of death is caused by hardware or software issue. No matter! You have a computer desktop or laptop. You may see this message when you get BSOD “A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer”. Also you may get an error code like this; Stop: 0x0000007E. It’s not necessary to get the same message or error code, it could be something different or you may not be able to read the message as the computer shuts down quickly.
There are many messages and error codes, another example of blue screen of death “Unmountable Boot Volume”. This example is caused by a minor or severs crash on the hard drive, but no panic, we have the solution for this issue.
As a computer user you have to consider two factors that caused BSOD:
Such as hard drive, Memory ram, video card, wireless card or motherboard. From our experience we found 50% is related to hard drive issues, 20% memory ram, 10% video cards, 10% wireless cards and 10% is related to motherboard or some other hardware components.
Such as a bad virus, bad hardware drivers, windows updates or it could be one of the programs is interfering with windows system files.
Few examples of blue screen of death; “Driver IRQL Not Less or Equal”, “Page Fault in Nonpaged Area”, “Unexpected Kernel Mode Trap”, “A problem has been detected and windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer”, “Machine Check Exception”, “Unmountable Boot Volume”.
If you have any question, feel free to call us at 416 534 1611 or visit our shop in Toronto city during the business hours.
“I had to take my computer in last week as it was just not working and that dreaded blue screen had come up. I walked up the street to Toronto Computer Shop. The technician told me I may or may not lose all the info on my hard drive. He had to get in and look first. I don’t know what magic he wielded but even though my hard drive was totally messed, he was able to retrieve all the important info for me. He was kind, informative and massively helpful. Much as I hope my computer never needs a new hard drive again, if it does, I will be running back to them. Thanks very much.” Rachel