How to Fix Blue Screen Fatal Error

In this article, we are going to talk about blue screen fatal error and how to fix blue screen  error (BSOD). The error occurs after the Windows logo, the screen goes blue for a moment and then the computer reboots or shows a blank screen, the system does not turn on. This error is also known as blue screen of death in normal language or Fatal Error in technical language. Different systems have different error codes, here we are talking specifically about Error Code 0x0000007B. To know the error code of your system you should record the screen while turning on the computer and then just pause the recording on the blue screen and read the error code. Let’s see how to fix this error.

How to Fix Blue screen error step by step:

Option 1:

  1. Firstly, you should try to fix this error through Windows startup repair. Turn on your laptop and it will show you two options
    • Launch Startup Repair (recommended)
    • Start Windows Normally
  2. Choose “Launch Startup Repair (recommended)”
    The system will search for the error itself and shows you System restore option
  3. Select the Restore option. The system will show “attempting repair” on screen and asks you to select finish in the end.
  4. Just press “Finish” to complete the process. The system will restart. If the error is fixed, your computer will start normally. If it still shows you the same error when you start windows normally then you can follow the second method as described below.
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Option 2:

The second option is to enter into Bios settings and change System configuration

  1. To enter Bios settings, start your laptop by pressing the power button and press F2, Del key when you see the company logo, dell or hp or whichever brand you are using, keep pressing F2 until you see a screen with BIOS settings. In some laptops you will need to press F3, F4, or Del key.
  2. When you enter in Bios settings, you will see a screen.
    Settings:

    • General
    • System configuration
    • Video
    • Security
  3. Just select “System configuration” and extract the options by pressing + on it.
  4. Then select the “SATA Operation” or “PATA Operation” or “IDE Operation” whichever Hard drive your laptop is using. It can be “SATA configuration” or PATA configuration or IDE configuration.
  5. We are assuming your laptop is using “SATA Operation
  6. When you select SATA Operation, you will see these options:
    • Disabled
    • AHCI /COMPATIBLE /AUTO
    • RAID On
  7. If the option RAID On is selected, just select the AHCI /COMPATIBLE /AUTO, it may give you warning for changing the operation just select ‘yes’ if it gives you the warning and Press ‘Apply ‘and then press the Exit.

This time when the system starts just select the Start Windows Normally option. The error has been fixed and the system should start normally.

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