How do I Troubleshoot BSOD Error in My Dell Alienware?

Dell Alienware is the talk of the town. The product is majorly designed for gaming and can be recognized by their alien-themed designs. Its latest version Alienware 17 has gained immense popularity amongst game lovers. The key features of Dell Alienware include:

  • Big Screen
  • Superior performance
  • Amplified graphics
  • Advanced gaming
  • Cutting-edge craftsmanship
  • Built for intense gaming
  • Full-throttle gaming
  • Great compatibility with Windows 10
  • More power
  • Alien autopsy to send you advice and alerts for all the errors before they happen
  • Alienware Respawn for automated backup and recovery of your important information
  • Dropbox

You can do more with your Dell Alienware by purchasing some of the accessories with it. These accessories include a gaming headset, graphics amplifier and a wireless touch keypad. While using Dell Alienware, you might face blue screen error. This error is basically is a stop error or a bug check from Windows to alert you that there is some problem of a non-recoverable nature, in the hardware or software of your computer system. This blue screen error is also known as BSOD (blue screen of death). BSOD can occur in the following situations:

  • When Windows detects an error that can’t be recovered without losing the data
  • When your important OS data gets corrupted
  • When the Windows detects that the hardware has failed in a non-recoverable way

This BSOD error may display the following error codes:

  • SOD 0x0000007B
  • BSOD 0x00000001
  • BSOD 0x0000009C
  • BSOD 0x000000D1
  • BSOD 0x0000000A
  • BSOD 0x0000009F
  • BSOD 0x00000050
  • BSOD 0x000000124
  • BSOD 0x00000024
  • BSOD 0x00000001
  • BSOD 0x000000116

So, if your computer crashes into a BSOD or blue screen of death, try following the below mentioned steps:

  1. Power ON your device
  2. Press F8 for troubleshooting and advance setup options
  3. Now select “disable automatic restart after system failure
  4. The option listed on no. 3 will let your computer system stay on the error screen instead of rebooting it next time this error occurs
  5. When you see this error again, just check out the code in the last line
  6. Follow the on-screen instructions to troubleshoot it

If in case, the error doesn’t come up again then follow the below mentioned steps:

  • Go to “start” menu and right click “computer” to select properties
  • Select “advanced system settings”
  • Click “settings” under the “start up and recovery” tab on the “advanced” tab
  • In case of “system failure”, uncheck the “automatically restart”

If you still face this problem, then contact Dell support number and get an instant solution by a certified technician.



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