Acer® Extensa Blue Screen Error
Extensa® is the Acer® laptop series designed for business and professional users. This series is equipped with Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor. The latest model in this series is the Acer® Extensa® 5635. The other technical specifications include Mobile Intel® GM45 Express chipset, 3GB memory capacity and this memory could be upgraded up to 4GB. The Blue Screen is actually the appearance of Blue Screen with white messages and the unexpected shut down of system. The Blue Screen can be displayed due to increase in the number of tasks in the system . Blue Screen is also known as Stop Error. Blue Screen actually occurs when the system encounters the arrival of some critical problems and shuts down your PC to save it from severe damage. In most of the cases, the kernel error causes this Blue Screen. The other potential cause of Blue Screen is the fault with some specific hardware. Also incompatibility of drivers or other software also causes this Blue Screen. The consequences with the Blue Screen will be large in some cases. The common consequences are data loss due to unexpected shutdown, damage in the driver or hardware device, interrupting error messages etc.
- Clean the system
- Change the hardware/software
- Proper virus scanning
- Memory up-gradation
Clean the system
Sometimes system overheating causes Blue Screen errors. This overheating might result from the accumulated dust particles. These dust particles block the movement of the fan to and thus overheating occurs. Either by cleaning the fan or system, you could solve the Blue Screen issue.
Change the hardware/software
Software or hardware incompatibility might cause Blue Screen errors. If any damage occurs in the hardware device in your system it would be displayed as Blue Screen error. You need to change the hardware or software that causes the Blue Screen.
Proper virus scanning can also resolve the Blue Screen problem. Some powerful viruses can be responsible for Blue Screen problems. To avoid the Blue Screen due to viruses, install antivirus software and scan your system properly.
Lack of memory sometimes causes Blue Screen. Some system manufacturers save money by decreasing the memory in systems. For example Windows Vista® needs 2GB memory space. But most of the systems are actually supplied with 1GB memory capacity. By upgrading memory you can resolve Blue Screen error to a large extent.