Blue Screen Error in Toshiba® Portégé M780
Windows 7 is the latest operating system from Microsoft. It is stable and user friendly. Sometimes computers working on Windows 7 are reported to get blue screen errors. When this happens, the screen goes blue with no cursor, icons, or folders which make it impossible to navigate away from the problem. Blue screen errors can cause data loss and make working on the computer very difficult. These errors that occur on your Toshiba Portégé® M780 could be due to a wide variety of reasons. Incorrect drivers installed, software clashes, registry problems, and malware attacks are some of the common ones.
- Malware removal tool
- Registry cleaners
- Driver updates
- Reinstall of OS
Malware removal tool
Malware removal tool Infection of malware on your Toshiba Portégé M780 could be main reason behind the blue screen error. Installation of a good malware removal tool will ensure that infections are found out and removed. It is also recommended that the system be installed with an antivirus program to counter future infections.
Registry cleaners Blue screen errors may occur as a result of registry problems. When your Toshiba Portégé M780 has been in use for a long time, a large number of registry entries are likely to be there in the system. This can cause clashes and thereby cause error. Installing a good registry cleaning software will help users avoid this problem. There is a lot of registry cleaning software for Windows 7 on the Internet.
Driver updates Clashes between outdated drivers can cause blue screen errors. It is recommended that all drivers of your Toshiba Portégé M780 be updated from the Toshiba website. Caution should be taken while installing new drivers as there are a number of illegitimate drivers on the Internet that can cause harm to your system.
Reinstall of OS If all of the above mentioned methods to resolve the blue screen error on your Toshiba Portégé M780 fail, it is recommended that the Windows 7 operating system be reinstalled. All important data should be backed up as the reinstall leaves the system in “brand new” condition.