How to fix registry errors in Windows 10 when Blue Screen
By Renee | 04/Dec/2023
Many Windows 10 users are panic when their brand new laptops suddenly appear to the blue screen and other else functions stop, even the mouse cannot move. Actually, this is a common type of registry error and you can see REGISTRY_ERROR displaying under the big sad face. The symptoms on the list are also registry errors:
- Windows runs sluggishly and responds slowly to mouse or keyboard input.
-Your computer periodically “freezes” for a few seconds at a time.
But this usually can be fixed by rebooting the Windows. The blue screen problem is not that peaceful. You cannot shut down the Windows unless you unplug the battery. In this article, you can learn how to fix registry error in Windows 10. Before that, you may need to get the facts of the cause and try to avoid it.
Cause of Blue Screen Errors
Recent installation or uninstallation of software makes errors in the registry, while your operating system is running, while a Windows driver is being loaded, or during Windows startup or shutdown. Therefore, it is not what you are doing right now causing the blue screen.
Scan and repair the registry
Manually editing the Windows 10 registry to remove invalid REGISTRY_ERROR keys is not recommended unless you are an advanced PC user. Incorrectly editing the registry can stop your PC from functioning and create irreversible damage to your operating system.
Do not take risks and use the Registry Cleaner in Neptune SystemCare Ultimate. It scans, fixes and cleans the registry errored entries and backups your registry in case something goes wrong. You need to download and install the tool to have a safer registry modification.
Launch Neptune SystemCare Ultimate, find System Cleaner and then go to the left sidebar menu and choose Registry Cleaner. Click Scan button to check up registry on your Windows 10.
A few seconds later, the checking report is displayed. Click Clean to remove all useless or harmful registry entries from your PC.
If the blue screen still happens, you may consider:
Virus or malware infection corrupts Windows system files. This might be the most regular reason you can remind of, which can be easily solved in Windows 10 with the inbuilt tool, Windows Defender.
Type Windows Defender in the search box on the start menu and launch. Scan and Remove.
System junk files cause the slow response or errors directly. Cleaning up this junk files from system and browsers occasionally might fix registry errors of the blue screen and also improve the PC performance.
If you have downloaded Neptune SystemCare Ultimate, you can go to System Cleaner tab and then Common Cleaner and Advanced Cleaner to remove the temp files and other useless files.
If you try the methods above and it still does not work for the blue screen in Windows 10, you can email (firstname.lastname@example.org)us for technician’s support.