Solved BSOD Troubleshooting's if there is any driver issue.

January 12, 2017 at 06:13:48
Specs: Windows 7
If you are getting BSOD issue in the system due to some driver conflict then please follow the below steps:

1. Change the file name with the extinction .not it will stop the execution on the file when the system will do POST next time.
2. Else kindly uninstall the particular driver and check for the automatic update in the device manager.

This will it self update the driver and will not throw the blue screen next time.


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January 12, 2017 at 10:55:34
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You need to clean this up a little.

"Change the file name with the extinction"
What file?

".not it will stop the execution on the file when the system will do POST next time. "
Files don't execute during POST, they execute during the loading of Windows.
This also makes no sense. And driver files usually aren't executables, they are dll's INF's, etc.

"Else kindly uninstall the particular driver and check for the automatic update in the device manager."
This may or may not work depending how you delete the device in Device manager. You you just delete the device without deleting the driver files, it will load the same driver and possibly still give you a blue screen. If you want to run the automatic update, then deleting the driver first is not necessary.


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