Toshiba® R600 Blue Screen
What is the reason for blue screen error with Windows® 7 in Toshiba Portégé® R600?
Toshiba laptops working on Windows® 7 are reported to get blue screen errors. Sometimes the screen goes blue with no cursor, icons, or folders which make it impossible to navigate away from the problem. It can cause various data errors and makes it difficult for the system to function normally. The blue screen might be either due to hardware or software related problems. It could also happen because of some terminology issues with the hard drive or any unwanted hardware driver installation.
Following details mentioned below will provide you more information on how to resolve this problem on Toshiba Portégé® R600 :
- Restart your computer in safe mode
- Registry cleaners
- Install good security software
- Updating drivers
Restart your computer in safe mode
When you restart your system in safe mode, uninstall any newly installed hardware drivers or software. Then again restart your system normally to see if the problem goes away. Finally check whether the installed hardware driver is compatible with your system. When the blue screen is caused by a temporary condition, restarting your laptop will solve this problem.
Installing a good registry cleaning software will help users avoid this problem. There are a lot of registry cleaning software for Windows® 7 on the Internet. When Toshiba Portégé® R600 has been in use for a long time, a large number of registry entries are likely to be there in the system which can cause various errors. Blue screen errors may occur as a result of registry problems.
Virus infections on your Toshiba Portégé® R600 could be main reason behind the blue screen error. Installation of a good antivirus security centre will ensure that infections are identified and removed. It is also recommended that the system should be installed with an antimalware and spyware program so that future infections will not occur.
It is recommended that all drivers required for your Toshiba Portégé® R600 should be updated from the Toshiba website. New drivers should be installed with great caution as there are a number of illegitimate drivers on the Internet that can cause harm to your system. Clashes between outdated drivers can also cause blue screen errors.