- New Windows platforms have become more intuitive and user-friendly, but the BSoD errors are very brief.
- If you want to see the details of these errors, you need to use a bluescreen viewer for Windows 10.
- In the following article you will find the best BSoD analyzer for Windows 10, along with other methods, so don't miss them!
- You'll find below a great application for this situation, along with the others, so read on!
Windows 10 and 8 had brought numerous differences compared to older versions of Windows. These two platforms are designed to be more user-friendly and to be more intuitive, especially for entry-level users.
But, sometimes it is better to have a more complex system as you might need to be able to resolve some problems by yourself.
On older versions of Windows when BSoD was displayed we could actually see detailed info related to the related problem, and we could manage to resolve the issues eventually.
Now in Windows 10 we can only receive a sad smiley face along with the following message, which by the way is quite annoying:
Your PC ran into a problem that it couldn’t handle, and now it needs to restart.
So, if you want to view the classic BSoD message in Windows 10, or if you want to have access to the actual error message, follow the steps below.
How can I view the BSOD logs in Windows 10?
1. Use a repair tool
BSoD errors occur repeatedly for all Windows users and are usually caused by faulty or outdated drivers. To prevent this problem, you need to make sure that your PC runs optimally at all times.
2. Use your Registry Editor
- Press the Windows key+R, and type regedit.
- Click OK in order to run Registry Editor.
- From Registry Editor go to the following path:
- On the right panel of the Registry Editor right-click on any empty space.
- Select new followed by DWORD Value.
- Name the new DWORD value into DisplayParameters.
- Click on this new value and set to 1.
- Save your changes and close the Registry Editor.
- Also, restart your PC.
3. Install a dedicated software
You can also install a dedicated software to view Blue Screen of Death details on Windows 10.
The NirSoft’s software scans your minidump files that your computer creates when the BSoD errors occur and then displays the details about the crashes in a simple table
In this table, you’ll find information about the date/time of the crash, the driver that might have caused the crash, and more.
Good job, now you should be able to see or view classic BSoD details in Windows 10. Make sure you use the comments field from below in order to share your experience with us and with our readers.