Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) errors with the name “
Windows 8 can be fixed by following any of fixed explained below.
Besides these fixes, it’s best to also try some basic troubleshooting techniques:
- Make sure you have enough space on your hard disk
- Check the hard disk cables are properly connected
- If you recently installed software or a driver, uninstall it and reboot
- If you recently added new hardware, evacuate it and reboot to check if the mistake shows up once more. This blunder can be caused by incongruent equipment with your system.
1: Update BIOS
Your computer’s manufacturer website has information about the latest
BIOS version you should run on your computer. If your BIOS current version isn’t the latest available, upgrade the
reboot the system.
The computer’s manufacturer website should have guides available on how to upgrade BIOS.
2: Uninstall software or remove hardware
Remove any hardware pieces you may have added to your system and reboot. Also, if you installed something lately, uninstall it and reboot.
If you can’t boot to remove a driver or a software program, reboot Windows 8 in
Safe Mode to be able to run the uninstall process.