December 7, 2017

Srikaanth Kumar

How To Fix blue Screen Issue using Restore Point In Windows 10


There are many reasons that a computer does not start up or boot into the Windows operating system or displays a blue screen when operating. If your computer displays a blue screen, you will see or hear symptoms to indicate the general area of the problem. If you are not sure what the problem is,

If you can't access the desktop, let your computer fail to start at least three times to trigger the automatic repair environment, and then do the following:

1. On the "Choose an option" screen select Troubleshoot.


2. Click on Advanced options.

3. Click on System Restore.

4. After your computer reboots, select your account and sign-in.

5. Click Next.

6. Usually, system restore points are automatically created when you install a new update, driver or app. You can also create a system restore point manually. Select the restore point created before the blue screen appeared.

7. Click Next. Click Finish to apply the restore point.


Once you complete these steps, the system restore will remove updates and drivers configured after the restore point was created, which can help to fix the stop error.



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