How Do I Fix Windows XP Blue Screen Error
When your Windows XP system detects a problem that it can't recover by itself, it'll display you an error message and stop working. Sometimes, the error message is text-mode, and sometimes, it's only a blue screen or black screen. From the text-mode message, you can tell what's wrong with your computer, while blue screen, most people take it as a nightmare. In fact, if you've find the right way, it's not as hard as you think to fix XP blue screen.
How to fix Windows XP blue screen
The first way is try to boot your computer from safe mode. this is the quickest way and it works about 50% of the time. You can access it by pressing F8 at startup, then go to "My Computer" and right-click on Disk(C:) to select Properties from the dropdown menu. From the Tools tab, perform an error check and disk cleaning. If this works, congratulations! If not, you need to read on.
Since the safe mode is also an end way, you need to use a third-party program to boot your computer under a safe and clean environment. If you don't have an option, you can have mine: Wondershare LiveBoot Boot CD/USB. This software allows you to create a bootable CD or USB drive to boot your computer in a purely safe and clean environment, and you also can use it to fix this Windows XP blue screen in a few minutes.
After purchasing the program, you'll get a download link from Wondershare. Download and install it on a good-working computer. Then follow the steps below to create your own bootable CD or USB drive and fix your Windows XP blue screen issue in 3 steps.
Step1. Create a bootable CD/USB drive
Prepare a blank CD or USB drive and insert it into the computer where you run the program Wondershare LiveBoot 2012. Then click the green burning button in the center of the wizard interface. After a few seconds, your bootable CD or USB drive will be created automatically.
Step2. Boot your Windows XP with the bootable CD/USB
Next, turn to your computer which stopped working for blue screen. Plug the bootable CD/USB into the computer and restart it. When the system starts loading, press F12 immediately to go to the Boot Device Menu. Then select "Onboard or USB CD-ROM Drive", and you'll get a boot menu as follow. Click "Boot from LiveBoot" to get into your computer.
Step3. Fix your Windows XP blue screen
It'll takes you a few minutes to load into the system. When you're in, run Wondershare LiveBoot 2012 and go to the "Windows Recovery", choose "Loading Crash Solution", and you'll get a full solution to Windows XP blue screen, black screen, freezing, rebooting, etc. Just follow the methods it provides to you and get your issue solved.
When the problem fixed, take out of the LiveBoot CD/USB drive, and restart your computer as normal. Then you'll find that you can boot your computer successfully as normal.