On the BSoD it shows the reason why your computer stopped, generally, you have no idea what it means.
Some BSoD reasons include:
Page_Fault_In_Nonpaged_Area (whatever that means)
Memory_Management (that sounds bad...)
also some .exe files cause the BSoD
your computer could be ok, or it could be dead, good luck
2) Mandatory, unexpected, frequent and infuriating intermission for Windows users.
3) Herpes for your PC, flare ups are painful and hard-booting may temporarily relieve symptoms. Frequent system maintenance can help if you don't flare up during, which gets exponentially harder to do. No cure, working as intended.
2) I almost won that game but WINtermission snuck up on me. I'm gonna go step into heavy traffic to calm down.
3) Dude, I'm havin all kinda Blue Screen flare ups. I need to defrag, scandisk and pop some antibiotics.
1. A blue screen with white text indicating that Windows has crashed.
2. In the Halo game series, the screen view of a player who has a plasma grenade stuck to his or her face.
2. Blue screen of death! I saw that sticky hit your face!
This thing appears in Windows because of a fatal of bigger error. You'll probaly know this shit well if you're one of the poor ones who have Windows ME.
Bill Gates made this to upgrade Windows 98.Let´s face it, Windows 98 it's a lot more stable then Windows ME. Each 30 minutes Windows ME shows the BSoF what the fuck...
"Shit, not the Blue Screen of Death again. I'll upgrade to Windows XP"
The problem is rarely caused by bad memory. the main cause is bad programming, whereby a program (usualy explorer.exe, but other virii are also known) ignores memory boundries and writes data to memory locations allocated to other programs, causing them to abort.
An access voilation occured while trying to reference memory at 0x444567358
Unspecified error. Abort, Retry, Fail?
Jennifer- oh im sorry, heres a kleenex. why dont you use my brand new iMac G5 to finish your report? it never crashes