In today's TechTip video, I'm going to show you how to use BlueScreenView to read BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) Error Codes, and point you in the right direction to fixing them. Using v1.52
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BlueScreenView is a useful, free, portable application that allows you to view minidump files that are created when Windows stops and displays a "blue screen of death". The program will show each minidump individually, with information such as the minidump's filename, the date/time of that crash and the minidump's creation. It will also show the basic crash information such as a Bug Check Code and 4 parameters. The details of the driver or module that possibly caused the crash is reported; this includes the filename, product name, file description, and file version of the driver/module.
The program is portable, which means it does not need to be installed on the system before it can be used and that there are no keys added to the registry. When downloaded, all the user has to do is unzip the program files, then run the executable file. Since it is portable, the program can be used from a USB key. The program can also output the minidump information to a text file, which can be used in the forums to help diagnose blue screens.