Blue Screen Error Support
If your computer suddenly stops working and starts displaying a blue screen, then it means that your system has shut down abruptly in order to protect itself from data loss. Blue screen error might be caused by a hardware device, hardware driver, or any related software. Blue screen errors are also called stop errors or Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) or black screen errors and usually occur when a serious problem causes Windows operating system to shut down abruptly or restart unexpectedly. It can be quite difficult for you to troubleshoot the problem yourself. SupportMart provides instant blue screen error support service so that you can again start working on your PC as soon as possible.
A blue screen error sometimes occur when a kernel-mode process or driver attempts to access a memory location for which it does not have permission to access, or when a kernel-mode process or driver attempts to access a memory location that exists at a kernel interrupt request level which is too high. Another type of blue screen error can occur when Windows kernel identifies an unknown or illegal processor instruction. A stop error may also occur, if in case, the requested data is not found in the memory. The reference to an invalid memory address results in generation of an exception error by the system. This stop error might be caused by defective memory such as defective main memory, or due to some incompatible software such as an incompatible antivirus software. You may get an INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE error if Microsoft Windows operating system loses access to the system partition during the startup. This error usually occurs because of a boot device failure. During I/O system initialization process, boot device driver may fail to initialize a hard disk and thus cause this error, or initialization of file system may fail because it was unable to recognize the data present on boot device. Other causes of this error include repartitioning of the system partition, installation of new SCSI or Small Computer System Interface adapter or disk controller, etc.
The above mentioned errors are only some of the blue screen errors that may occur with your PC. Resolving these errors require both technical expertise and experience. Microsoft Certified Experts at SupportMart have adequate know-how to fix these errors. Microsoft Certified Technicians at SupportMart make use of the specialized tools and methods so as to provide blue screen error tech support service.
In order to get Windows up and running again, just call us at blue screen error support number: 1 800 793 7521 to get our expert support.