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Stop Windows 10 Restarting When Bluescreen

Windows 10 Disable Automatic Restart On Bluescreen

When your Windows 10 computer runs into a problem like it freezing, crashing because of a driver issue, or Windows system problem, your PC or Laptop will then bluescreen which sometimes allows you to then see what caused the problem. But as you know you only get so long until your computer then restarts.

So in this post, we will be showing you how to stop Windows 10 from automatically restarting when it is on the bluescreen, giving you time to make a note of the error code that you received. Once finished you can then manually restart your system by pressing the restart button your on your computer.

Disable Windows 10 Automatically Restarting On BlueScreen:

1. Open the start menu and search “View advanced system settings” then open it

2. Under “Start-up and Recovery” click the “Settings” button

3. Now untick “Automatically restart” then click the “OK” button

There you have it that’s how you can stop Windows 10 from automatically restarting when it’s on the BSOD bluescreen, giving you time to take note of the cause of the problem.

Did you know you can also use the memory dump file to see what caused your system to fail? Check out this post to see if you have the memory dump file enabled.

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