How To Analyze Windows Bluescreen Error ?

If you are a regular user of Windows 98 or Windows XP definitely, you may have faced blue screen errors that occur less frequently. This errors message normally shows an error that cannot be read by Windows. It happens due to faulty hardware drivers or software programs. If you want to do something for this error, just write down the error message and restart your system.
Then we have to check the computer hardware or have to change the settings of the BIOS or else we have to remove any recent updated drivers to the system. If you will search on internet, you will get a dozen of possible causes and solutions.
To make your work stress free, you can use this portable software program called Blue Screen View that is compatible with Windows Operating System. It is able to help you in search of the error message. Moreover, it is also able to scan all mini dumps in your system that causes the error. At the same time, it can make you stress free of writing the error and to search in internet.

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In addition, this tool never stops on only showing the information already mentioned but it is also able to help the users by enumerating the memory address inside the stack of the crash displaying all drivers that are mentioned in the crush dump comprising the version of files and their names. This tool is compatible for all versions of Windows comprising Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. At present, this tool can analyze only 32-bit dumps and the later versions may bring the ability to scan 64-bit dumps.

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