Troubleshoot the Blue Screen Windows XP
The Blue screen windows XP
has became frequent and may come up anytime while working.
Usually the system freezes and we need to do a restart.
If any of the documents is not saved, chances are data
loss or file corruption. It may also happen while downloading
or updating driver from the internet. System may unexpectedly
shutdown but we can try few steps to troubleshoot the
blue screen windows XP.
The blue screen windows XP comes up
mainly for these reasons. Firstly, if the system has
a corrupted registry. A registry contains all the information
regarding games, programs, drivers, sound card, printer
etc. As the usage increases, this program collects unwanted
data and this affects the system registry. Sometime
the same data goes missing or corrupts. System may not
detect these unwanted files but in the registry it keeps
on working. This cause slow system response. Second
reason for the blue screen windows XP
could be the RAM. System should always more than one
gigabyte of RAM. If we use high capacity RAMs, we can
get rid of this issue forever and the system would remain
stable as well.
However, we can troubleshoot the blue screen
windows XP with simple and easy steps. For
instance, we can take the help of a good registry cleaner
to fix all the corrupted entries in the system registry.
All we need to install the registry cleaner and run
it. As it is user friendly program so, anyone could
use it. If still the issue comes up then we may try
to replace the RAM. We should check if the system is
turning on with one RAM. However, it is better if we
take the expert assistance before replacing the RAMs.
In this way is we can eliminate the blue screen