How to fix window 10 blue screen error during boot without desktop access

If you have get an error in blue screen or we say it blue screen of death then you can fix it using below steps.

A BSOD will appear on Windows 10 after installing a new update or device driver, and you won’t be able to get to the desktop to fix the problem.

Quick Tip: If you can’t boot to your desktop, and you recently connected new hardware, such as an external hard drive, secondary monitor, or printer, try to disconnect any unnecessary hardware to see if that fixes the problem.

When this happens, you can use System Restore or Safe mode to troubleshoot and resolve the problem.

Fixing blue screen using Restore Point
If you can’t access the desktop, let your computer fail to start at least three times to trigger the automatic repair environment, and then do the following:

On the “Choose an option” screen select Troubleshoot.

Click on Advanced options.
Click on System Restore.

After your computer reboots, select your account and sign-in.
Click Next.

Usually, system restore points are automatically created when you install a new update, driver or app. You can also create a system restore point manually. Select the restore point created before the blue screen appeared.

Click Next.
Click Finish to apply the restore point.

Once you complete these steps, the system restore will remove updates and drivers configured after the restore point was created, which can help to fix the stop error.

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