Blue Screen after Login

A Microsoft tool is Autoruns for Windows used to disable third party drivers and services.

The real cause of the Windows 10 blue screen after login remains unclear it comes because of the Windows update itself.

Keep the space free on the primary partition where Windows 10 is installed. Remove all unnecessary files to free up disk. To prevent Windows 10 from BSOD, use backup to create a system image for restore your computer when there is a blue screen of death on Windows 10.

  • Hardware devices installed improper
  • RAM, CPU is corrupted
  • Incompatible issue with  BIOS Driver of your hardware is out of date, especially graphics driver
  • Due to virus attack
  • Boot  all the damaged  and corrupted files
  • Misconfigured or overclocked  BIOS
  • Disable all program and service by MSCONFIG command
  • RUN sfc /scannow for system file checker
  • Reboot your pc
  • Update all the hardware and drivers
  • Undo the resent change
  • Use window memory diagnostics tool

Install updated drivers for the hardware

  • First of all  connected to the Internet
  • Double-click on mbam-setup.exe to install the application
  • Follow the prompts and do not make any changes to default settings
  • Please check  these

Update Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware

Launch Malwarebytes’ Anti-Malware

  • Then click  finish
  • Press the OK

On the Scanner tab

  • Select Perform Quick Scan
  • Then click on Scan
  • Select the drives to scan, Click on the Start Scan
  • Click OK

Back to main Scanner screen

  • Click on the Show Results
  • Then click on  Remove Selected
  • Log is automatically saved and click the Logs

Blue Screen of Death Occurs

  • Due to outdated graphics driver, please update graphic driver
  • External hardware devices are installed improperly
  • Not enough free space on the drive where Windows 10 is installed
  • Viruses or malicious software
  • Outdated BIOS
  • Outdated drivers for the hardware
  • Due to anti-virus please install the latest version of anti-virus
  • Scan for Viruses
  • Incompatibility issue

Fix Windows 10 Blue Screen during Install or after Update

Download and Update Graphics Drivers to Fix Blue Screen after Windows 10 Update

  • Click Repair
  • Click on Update to download and install

Check the External Hardware Devices to Fix Blue Screen in Windows 10

  • Unplug all external devices.
  • Reboot your computer
  • Your computer boots successfully, plug the devices back

Fix Blue Screen after Windows 10 Upgrade in Safe Mode

  • Boot your computer
  • Press Windowskey + C
  • Please select Settingsand Change PC settings
  • Now select Update and recovery and Windows Update
  • Select View detailsand Check for updates

Disable Fast Startup

  • Go to Control Panel
  • Click System and Security
  • Select Power options
  • Click on Change what the power buttons do
  • Click on Change settings that are currently unavailable
  • Uncheck the box Turn on fast startup

 

Fix the Windows 10 blue screen after login

  • Press ctrl+alt+end
  • Now start the task manager
  • Click on processes tab and find explorer.exe
  • Click right
  • Now select end process tree
  • Select application
  • Click on new task
  • Please type explorer.exe
  • Finally click ok

To get rid of Blue screen after login roll back the updates and remember to update your Windows and pc, use clean up installation.

 


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