Fix The Dreadful Red Screen on Windows 10

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If you have problems in your Windows, Windows error usually brings us to the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD), which is very feared. However, there is a phenomenon known as the Red Screen of Death (RSoD), and we all know that the red color as blue is much more manic. Red screen of death does not happen as often as blue, but there are more problems than the blue screen of death. On the off chance you happen to be unhappy enough to get the Read Screen of Death, here are some things you can try to fix it.

Any errors caused by the inability of computer systems to process information at a particular time. Several flaws are in critical places and that is what needs to be overcome when trying to improve red screen for death,

Solution 1 – You can delete overclocking

Overclocking is not as easy as switching a switch and getting an instant speed boost. You will have to do it gradually, while at many things at the same time to play and all necessary precautions in between. Sometimes people tend to ignore certain things (such as security settings) or excessive. This type of activity usually makes the hardware in danger is overheating and causing thermal shutdown (when the computer’s function becomes too hot to close it).

Let your system cool. Starts what tool you use to overclock and remove the overclocking settings. If not, you can get into the BIOS / UEFI and all the settings to a standard (most BIOS / UEFI tell you how to boot it every time you boot Windows) and you should be fine.

If you do not know your system will be overclocked, maybe not. However, if you really want to confirm it, press Ctrl + Shift + Esc to start the Task Manager. Go to the performance and check the speed of your CPU. If more than the speed of the processor, as shown in the box (or website for your processor model), then you overclock and have to reset the BIOS / UEFI to default.

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Solution 2 – Update BIOS / UEFI

Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) is what BIOS was evacuated. Some hardware, such as GPUs, require constant updates to work properly. The update occasionally require some modification of the BIOS / UEFI. What makes you so is over the capabilities of the driver improves BIOS / UEFI you and possibly cause problems. As an alternative, it can be an already existing state with hardware that must be rooted. In both scenarios, the upgrade to the BIOS / UEFI is a good start when you see RSoD. Upgrade BIOS / UEFI means removing the BIOS / UEFI completely and install a new copy. So, if something goes wrong, you can risk your whole system in one fell swoop. Note the following in the BIOS Upgrade / UEFI:

  • When using a laptop, ensure that the battery is fully charged or at least 80%
  • If you work on the desktop, make sure you can not lose the power when upgrading
  • Download update BIOS / UEFI latest hardware manufacturer’s website (make sure you download the file ‘exe’). We can not pin-pount you a specific link to this as other updates for each manufacturer
  • Save all programs that are running and run the upgrade BIOS / UEFI downloaded EXE file, which you will be downloaded from the manufacturer’s website.
  • The system does not turn off during an upgrade.
  • If in doubt, pull an expert to do this for you. I hope to help here solve the problem. Thank you for reading this article until the last paragraph, if this article useful you can share to social media Google+, Facebook and others. thanks. – John Sadino –

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