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Blue Screen Of Death

Discussion in 'General Software' started by OD-Church, Nov 29, 2007.

  1. OD-Church

    OD-Church New Member

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    hey i was wondering if its possible to make my error screen stay up longer than a second i need to see the details but it goes to fast can someone help
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    Not sure but you can right click My Computer select System properites go to advance Tab and click on Settings for Startup and Recovery. After that you should see some option under System Failuer Uncheck Automaticly Restart and BSOD should stay there until you restart or turn off your computer. I could be off on what to click since I am useing Vista and I haven't used XP in a while but its something like that.:)
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    In XP go to Controll Panel > System > Advanced(tab) > Click settings button under " startup and recovery" > uncheck the check box - "Automatically restart".

    That should allow you to read the screen then do a manual restart.

    Also the BSOD error should be logged into the event viewer log files.

    To view the errror logs; go to Controll Panel > Adminstrative tools > event Viewer > and select the log for System or Application.

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    done thank you that helped alot
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    if you have any more problems, fill out the system specs in the users control panel so we know what hardware you have.

    Good luck with fixing the problem.

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