Disable Automatic Restart on BSOD (Blue Screen of Death)

In Windows XP and Windows Vista, you can stop Windows from automatically restarting when the dreaded Blue Screen of Death happens, giving you time to analyze or write down the error, so you can later find a possible solution.

1. Right-click on Computer, select Properties.

2. Click Advanced System Settings.

3. On the Advanced tab, under “Startup and Recovery”, click “settings”.

3. Under “System Failure”, uncheck the box next to “automatic restart”. (attach pic)


5 Responses to Disable Automatic Restart on BSOD (Blue Screen of Death)

  1. yousuf says:

    my computer was automatically restart now i unchecked the automatically restart now instead of automatic restart it is showing Blue Screen of Death due to which i have to turn off the ups and restart whole system pl help … i am having hp pavilion computer with licenced operating system but is aun ASR i have to reinstall the application software

    • techqa says:

      I’m not sure of the problem you’re having, you aren’t being very specific. If you’re still getting a BSOD, write down the error code and Google it, or post it to a comment and I’ll see what I can come up with. This trick simply give you the time to write down the error code for research purposes, it doesn’t eliminate the BSOD.

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  3. NETio says:

    I confirmed this is the same for Windows 7 both x86 and x64.

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