There are a lot of reasons for a Bluescreen to appear, but if you don’t want to search for the error code and need a quick fix for it, you might find refuge in 2 commands that you can run off of CMD with admin rights.
Bluescreens are reoccuring frequently and you can’t seem to startup without one.
- Login with your administrator account.
- Press the “windows” and “r” buttons and type cmd then “Enter”
- Once in the CMD interface, type this command: sfc /scannow
This command allows windows to scan its files and repair any of them that are corrupted, without you going through thte hassle of it to do it manually.
After it reaches 100%, the files that have been found corrupted should have been repaired. Reffer to the logs path that the scan will give you at the end of it, if you want to check that.
If this command does not work, next in line is the dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth , which basically brings back the system to the initial image of it, requiring you to – after running it – install all the drivers and systems again , offering you a clean slate to start off of.
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