Help troubleshoot the blue screen of death by preventing automatic reboot


One of the most frustrating things about how to troubleshoot random blue screen errors is that the computer is restarted before you have an opportunity to write down the error messages, what can Google them later. Here is how to fix that.

This is especially annoying if you keep getting blue screen due to a device conflict errors: I remember seeing one of my friends trying to time, so it could adjust a picture with your camera before rebooted…

Quick and easy solution is simply disabling the automatic reboot option and force the blue screen to stay there, for it is what will show today.

Right-click the computer icon and select Propiedades.Los Windows 7 users or view will be taken to the System Properties screen, click Advanced system settings.


The Advanced tab should already be selected, so it is convenient to clicking settings under “Startup and recovery”.


Here we go… just automatically clear the option to restart on system failure section.


Next time you get a BSOD you’ll be able to see it and able to write the message error.Tendrá that manually restart the computer if this happens, of course.


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