Blue Screen of Death or BSOD also called as STOP error appears from nowhere and all of a sudden. It is a serious issue in most of the Windows devices. It is usually a hardware or driver related conflict. When the BSOD appears, they show a certain error code which helps in determining the root cause of the issue. In this article, the commonly encountered BSODs are compiled for the reference of users. They can avail the expert guidance by reaching out to Blues Screen of Death (BSOD) Customer Support for the fixture of these errors.
Blue screen errors did not give any chance to the users other than restarting the device or booting in safe mode. Troubleshooting of these can be complicated. However, the code which appears with BSOD can prove useful in analyzing the culprit. Fix BSOD Errors in Windows 7/8/10
Support For Blue Screen Error Codes –
0x00000001 – this code means that there is some mismatch in the APC state index
0x00000002 – this code is uncommon and shows a device queue not busy message on the screen
0x00000003 – it shows the invalid affinity set
0x00000004 – it can also represent invalid data access trap with an error message
0x00000005 & 0x00000006 – these both come separately where the former show invalid process attach attempt and the latter show invalid process detach attempt on the error screen
0x00000007 – this error code shows invalid software interrupt message along with the error
0x0000000A – it means that the Microsoft Windows or driver accessed paged memory at the dispatch level or above.
0x0000000C – this BSOD shows that the current thread exceeded the permitted number of wait objects. It also comes up with the same error written
0x0000000F – it depicts that a request for spinlock has been initiated when the spinlock was already owned.
0x00000018 – it says that the reference count of an object is illegal for the current state of the object. It comes with the message reference by the pointer with the error.
0x0000003B – it means an exception happened while carrying out a routine that transitions from non-privileged code to privileged code, it can also show system service exception on the same blue screen.
0x0000003E – it shows that the system has multiple processors but they are asymmetric in relation to one another. It represents an error message that says Multiprocessor configuration not supported.
0x0000005D – this is also related to the system processor and means that computer is attempting to run Windows on an unsupported processor. It also comes with the same message.
0x0000006D – this error states that the initialization of the Microsoft Windows operating system failed. It shows the Session1 initialization failed on the blue screen
0x0000011B – this BSOD means that a driver has returned from a cancel routine that holds the global cancel lock. This results in all later cancellation call to fail and come with the error driver returned holding cancel lock on the screen.
This was the list of blue screen error codes and it is endless to elaborate. But if you find your error code in this or even if you don’t then you must directly reach out to BSOD Customer Service where the team of certified technicians has the exact fixture related to the error code.