Even though Windows 7 is said to be more stable than Windows Vista and Windows XP, number of bugs in Windows 7 have been identified after Official Windows 7 release. Fix for Windows 7 bugs like black screen of death, hibernation error, endless reboot, WMP 12 video flickering etc are already posted here.
Compared to Windows XP & Vista, BSOD aka blue screen of death annoyance is very less with Windows 7 but that does not mean Windows 7 is full proof to BSOD error. Recently Microsoft has noted Windows 7 may crash with blue screen of death error for no apparent reason followed by error message “STOP: 0x0000000A.”
Computer running Windows 7 occasionally crashes after it runs for some time. You receive a Stop error message with blue screen. The Stop error message resembles the following: STOP: 0x0000000A (parameter1, parameter2, parameter3, parameter4) IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUA
Microsoft has better explanation with technical jargon on this issue, anyways affected users may head over to Microsoft support site and get the hotfix to fix Windows 7 BSOD error, use below download link.
5 thoughts on “Fix Windows 7 Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) Error STOP: 0x0000000A”
Well I’ve been having troubles with the BSOD since I got my new Windows 7 Laptop just a few weeks ago. This is after I installed an english version of windows 7 over a japanese win7. I’m pretty sure all my drivers are updates since I downloaded them off of manufacturer’s site specifically upped for the laptop model I bought.
So yeah.. crossing my fingers on this fix. I’m starting to worry about the new laptop I got with all the restarting and stuff.
Thanks for this info!
I hope this find works too. I occassionally get that 0xA bluescreen every other day or so (sometimes 3 days, sometimes a week if the stupid nvidia driver doesn’t lockup a game -heh).
My lenovo w510 laptop running MS Windows-7 64 bit is crashing daily and often several times a day, Even after loading this fix it crashes with the same BSOD error.
The problem I am having is on the boot up. It ask to start with windows launch recovery then loads windows file then the blue screen and after a minute there it shuts down the pc. Even tried booting off a recovery disc and that leads to the same place as well.
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