This may clear the screen, but it also means that anything that has not been saved cannot be saved and will be lost forever. Firstly, you will need to pinpoint the STOP code and this will explain the problem. There are other solutions to show you how to fix blue screen.
If you cannot test any hardware, get help from an expert technician. Boot your PC into Safe Mode – This is a good troubleshooting route if you get a blue screen each time you try to start your PC.
Look for the newest drivers – Go to your PC’s manufacturer website and look for updated hardware drivers. If you boot it in Safe Mode, Windows will load just the most important drivers.
The Maintenance area displays various solutions and you should try to pick the right ones.
If you restart your Windows 8 or 10 PC, after encountering a BSOD, each will do this troubleshooting step automatically.
There is an operating system error that means Microsoft Windows is not able to display the screen image correctly.
When the blue screen appears, it will always be the case that Windows will restart the computer which is nothing that can be done about this.
In Windows 7, click Control Panel and access System and Security.
In Windows 8 and 10, go to Control Panel, Security and then Maintenance.
Scan the blue screen to track the “Stop Error” code or text.
Sometimes it will be 0x00000024 or something like Driver IRQL not less or equal.