If the system falls into a state in which the software can not operate properly and an error occurs in the system, the screen suddenly becomes blue and the screen suddenly becomes blue and and an unknown error message is displayed, resulting in a blue screen.
On Windows 10, it is set as the default to automatically restart when this system error occurs.
Because you can find the cause of the error message on the blue screen, you find a solution and may be able to fully analyze the information in the error log file by setting your computer not to restart automatically.
Open from Control Panel
▼ To prevent an automatic reboot of the PC when a system error occurs, set it in the Control Panel. As below, presskey to open Run, and enter1control or C:\Windows\System32\control.exe in the text box. Click2 button.
After Windows 10 Creators Update(version 1703), Control panel item disappeared from the right click menu of. You can check how to start the control panel from the following link.
▼ In the Control Panel window, 1Click System.
▼ You can move to the setting place in a simpler way. As below, presskey to open Run, and enter the following 1CLSID in the text box. Click2 button.
▼ The following System window opens. Click the 1Advanced System Settings.
▼ The System Properties window is displayed. On Advanced tab, click 1of Startup and Recovery of items 1 set , click.
▼ The Startup and Recovery window is displayed. In the System failure section, Uncheck 1Automatically restart and click 2button.
▼ Return to the System Properties window, 2button. The Settings are finished.
If you uncheck Automatically restart, you will be able to read and respond to the cause of the error while the system screen is blue screen.