How to fix window 10 blue screen error during boot with desktop access

If you have get an error in blue screen or we say it blue screen of death then you can fix it using below steps.

When you experience a BSOD and you can access the desktop, the problem can be an outdated driver or missing update. Or it can also be an issue with a recently installed application, Windows update, or device driver.

How to install updates and drivers

You can make sure your installation of Windows 10 and drivers are up to date by following these steps.

Installing latest Windows 10 updates
Although the OS installs updates automatically, it’s possible that an update may still be missing on your computer.

To check for updates on Windows 10, do the following:

Open Start.
Click on Update & security.
Click on Windows Update.

Click the Check for updates now button.

If you notice that there is an update available, but you can’t download it. you can try to install the cumulative update manually using this guide.

Installing latest device driver updates
In the case that you’re getting a stop error because of an outdated device driver, you can do the following:

Use the Windows key + X keyboard shortcut to open the Power User menu.
Click on Device Manager.
Expand the device causing the problem.
Right-click the device and select Update Driver Software.

Click the Search automatically for updated driver software option.

It takes time for device-driver updates to appear through Windows Update. This means that if you couldn’t find any new updates using Device Manager, you may have to check your device manufacturer’s support website to download and install newer drivers.

How to uninstall updates, drivers and applications
A blue screen error may also appear as a result of an incompatible or buggy update for Windows 10 or driver. If you can start your computer and get to the desktop, you can fix the problem by doing the following.

Uninstall Windows 10 updates
A BSOD error is more likely to occur after installing a new cumulative update for Windows 10 due to bugs or incompatibility problems.

If you’re still able to get to the desktop, you can try to uninstall any recently installed update using the following steps:

Open Control Panel.
Click the Uninstall a program link.
Click the View installed updates link from the left pane.

Right-click the most recent update.
Select Uninstall to remove the update.

Uninstall device drivers

If the stop error occurs after installing a driver, you can uninstall it using the following steps:

Use the Windows key + X keyboard shortcut to open the Power User menu.
Click on Device Manager.
Expand the device causing the problem.
Right-click the device and select Uninstall.

Click OK to confirm.
Alternatively, sometimes it’s possible to roll back to the previous version of the driver to see if the older version fixes the issue. You can use the same steps mentioned above, but on step No. 4 select Properties, and on the Driver tab, click the Roll Back Driver button, if available.

Uninstall software

It could also happen that you recently installed an application that isn’t compatible with the current version of Windows 10, and every time you try to open the app, a BSOD will appear.

To resolve this problem, check your software company’s support website to see if there is a new update available or upgrade you can download and install on your computer.

If there isn’t any new update, you’ll need to uninstall the application in question using the following steps:

Open Settings.
Click on System.
Click on Apps & features.
Select the app and click the Uninstall button.

Follow the on-screen directions to complete the uninstall process.

Disconnect non-essential hardware

Sometimes, you’ll see a blue screen after connecting new hardware to your computer. When this happens the problem could be that the device isn’t compatible, is broken, or the OS is trying to install the wrong driver.

If it’s an old device that you’re trying to connect, it’s probably not compatible with Windows 10. You can check your hardware manufacturer’s support website to find out whether or not it’s compatible. If it’s not, you may need to find a newer model or suitable replacement.

It could also happen that your peripheral went bad, in which case you’ll need to get a new one that is in working condition.

In the case the OS is trying to install the wrong driver, you’ll need to download the latest device driver from your manufacturer’s support website. Use the steps mentioned above to uninstall the current driver and install the one you manually downloaded.

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