Blue Screen of Death (BSOD for short), also called Stop Error, emerges whenever Windows detects a serious error it cannot recover from, and it shuts down or restart itself to avoid any damage.
Any version of Windows would be encountered with BSOD, definitely including Windows 10.
Windows 10 blue screen often comes with error codes displayed in white text, for example: But sometimes it is just a blank blue screen or with spinning dots: Sometimes, it just happens once, and you'll not see it again when you restart, but sometimes you'll be stuck in BSOD restart loop.
After knowing causes for Windows 10 Stop Error, next let's talk about how to fix it.
That said, there is no a definite resolution to fix the problem in all cases.
If this file is at fault, your computer is very likely to have frequent blue screen of deaths and have more problems other than BSOD. It might be related to memory corruption, CPU issues, overclocking drivers, outdated device drivers or even conflicted device drivers.
So what exactly does the BIOS do and do you need to update it?
From there, you have to run the upgrade installer again.
Windows 10 too has the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) or Stop Error screen that appears when you are in the middle of something, upgrading the operating system, when booting or simply working on your PC.
While some are facing Black Screen problem, a few are facing BSOD problems.
1) Press and hold the power button for about 10 seconds, or until your system completely shut down.
NOTE: Sometimes you might need to press the combinations such as CTRL ALT ESC or CTRL ALT DEL if you are using a rather old machine.