Blue screen error in Samsung® Q310
What are the problems associated with a blue screen error in Samsung Q310? How does the problem originate and how can it be fixed?
Samsung Q310 has some pretty interesting and powerful features aimed at improving the computing experience. However, the blue screen error issue is seen in the Samsung Q310 system, just like in systems from other brands and versions. Usually the Operating System provides technique to fix such errors and when it fails to fix the issues you get an error message with an error code in a blue screen during the startup. This error screen is called BSOD. BSOD stands for blue screen of death. There are many reasons that contribute for BSOD error. The common reasons are incompatible device driver, incompatible hardware or a crash of the Operating System due to some missing system files or a file corruption. Blue screen error affects the system performance as the computer halts after a blue screen. Each error code on the error screen denotes the reason for the issue. You could make a note of the blue screen error and search on Microsoft website to find an exact resolution for the issue.
The following are some of the tips to fix and prevent the blue screen error in the Samsung Q310 system:
- Use of the last known good configuration
- Uninstallation of newly installed software or hardware
- System restore
- Unplug the recently added hardware
Use of the last known good configuration
You could select ‘Last know good configuration’ option from the advanced boot menu to restore the computer to the last working stage. This option undoes the changes you have made to the computer after the successful startup. Thereby you could overcome this blue screen issue.
Uninstallation of newly installed software or hardware
If the Samsung Q310 system halts with the BSOD error after updating or installing a new device driver or software, you can try to uninstalling the recently installed driver or software in safe mode. To restart the computer in safe mode, you could tap the F8 key during the startup and select safe mode from the advanced boot menu. Once the Windows is loaded in safe mode, you could try to uninstall the program that you have added to the Samsung Q310 system, last time when the computer was working fine.
You could use the stem restore utility to restore Samsung Q310 system to an earlier date. You could run system restore utility in safe mode. If the computer fails to boot in safe mode, you could select ‘safe mode with command prompt’ from the advanced boot menu and run the command %systemroot%system32restorerstrui.exe. This command will launch the system restore utility in the command prompt.
Every hardware is designed to work on certain platforms; they have minimum system requirements to work. If you have connected a faulty hardware or a hardware which is not compatible with the Operating System in your Samsung Q310 system, you might get a blue screen error. When you get the blue screen error after plugging in a new hardware, you can unplug the recently added hardware and check if the computer boots up in Normal mode without the display of error screen.