How To Fix Blue Screen Of Death Windows 11

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For Windows users, the dreaded Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) is a notorious and terrifying sight. When it does, a serious system fault that could cause data loss and system instability has occurred. Fortunately, there are a few simple solutions that may be used to fix the Blue Screen of Death on Windows 11. In this blog post, we'll look at four practical fixes that will help you deal with the BSOD and restore smooth operation to your PC.

Inspect the Hardware

Hardware problems can frequently result in the Blue Screen of Death. Follow these steps to rule out any hardware-related issues:

  1. Turn off your PC properly.
  2. Disconnect any and all external devices, including external disks, scanners, and printers.
  3. Verify that all internal hardware, such as RAM modules, graphics cards, and hard drives, is safely attached.

Restart your computer after completing these checks to see if the BSOD reappears. If not, a faulty external device or a loose connection may be to blame for the problem.

Update device drivers 

Device driver conflicts that result in the Blue Screen of Death might be caused by outdated or incompatible device drivers. Follow these procedures to update your drivers:

  • Select "Device Manager" from the menu by pressing "Windows + X" on your keyboard.
  • Expand the various categories in the Device Manager box, then right-click on the desired device.
  • Select "Update Driver" then "Search automatically for updated driver software."

Windows is now going to look for and install the most recent drivers for the chosen devices. For each applicable device displayed in the Device Manager, repeat this procedure.

Check for viruses and malware

Viruses and malware can seriously harm your computer, resulting in the Blue Screen of Death. Follow these procedures to run a comprehensive system scan:

  1. By selecting "Windows + I," open Windows Security. Then, select "Update & Security."
  2. Select "Windows Security" in the left pane and then click "Virus & threat protection."
  3. Go to "Scan options" and select "Full scan." To begin the procedure, click "Scan now".

Allow the scan to finish, and if any risks are found, respond appropriately. Malware removal might fix the BSOD problem.

Reset or System Restore

You might think about returning your system to a previously stable state or doing a complete reset if the aforementioned fixes haven't stopped the Blue Screen of Death. This is how:

  1. To access the Settings menu, press "Windows + I" and then click "System."
  2. Click "Restart now" under "Advanced startup" on the "Recovery" page.

Restore the system

  • To troubleshoot, choose "Troubleshoot" > "Advanced options" > "System Restore."
  • To start the restoration procedure, pick a restore point when your system was operating properly and follow the on-screen instructions.


  • Go to "Troubleshoot" and then click "Reset this PC."
  • Depending on your taste, select "Remove everything" or "Keep my files."
  • To finish the reset procedure, adhere to the directions.


Windows 11's Blue Screen of Death might be an upsetting and worrying problem, but there is a fix for it. You can successfully troubleshoot and fix the BSOD issue by using the four solutions described in this blog post. Keep in mind to check for hardware problems, update device drivers, check for viruses, and, if necessary, think about using System Restore or Reset. By following these instructions, you may stabilize your system once more and guarantee a seamless computing experience without running into the Blue Screen of Death.

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