In the previous discussion : Basic Blue Screen of Death - BSOD Guide, we have been discussing what and how the Blue Screen of Death, BSOD. In this discussion, we will discuss more about the Blue Screen of Death, BSOD and how to read error code when Blue Screen of Death occurs on our computer.

In the Microsoft Windows XP introduced an error reporting system where crash information would be sent to a central Microsoft database, which would then often possible solutions. To make sure, our Microsoft Windows XP create error reporting, a dump memory file, right click My Computer and select Properties, Advanced tab then Error Reporting at Startup and Recovery sub title. Ensure Error Reporting option is selected and enabled, then both the Windows Operating System and Programs box are checked, click Choose Programs and select the All Program options. With this option, we should now be given the option to send an error report to Microsoft following a crash and it this matches a known problem, we may see a message with a link to a potential fix.

Microsoft Windows XP generally will display stop message with error code in the Blue Screen of Death and it’s divided into four parts. In the some case, stop message and error code will display some helpful clues as to what caused it’s appearance. For example, see picture bellow.




In the picture above, Microsoft Windows XP shows the number of the stop error with error code in hexadecimal format. In this case, Microsoft Windows will display information on why the system has stopped and the friendly ( text based ) name for the stop error, see “DRIVER_IRQI_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL”. In the next section, contains advice for the user on possible troubleshooting steps.




In the third section, generally contains vital information, an actual driver file is associated with the Blue Screen of Death, and it will be listed here.




In the fourth section as final part of the stop error is the “debug port and status information” section.




we hope with this discussion, we can fix this problem, the Blue Screen of Death also called as BSOD.

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