Fix Blue Screen Crash in Windows with WhoCrashed

March 15, 2010 | Filed under Software


Blue screen, auto restart, error message “A problem has been detected and Windows has been shut down to prevent damage to your computer”. If all this sound familiar to you because you have recently been getting the famous blue screen of death, you probably don’t even know where to start checking. It only display some not useful technical information stop codes which no one knows what are they.

For computer professionals, they are able to diagnose and debug the physical memory dumps or minidumps created during the blue screen. It is not something that even most experts knows how to diagnose and they could only check for the cause by reformatting the hard drive and reinstall Windows. If the blue screen happens after a clean Windows installation, they will continue to check on the hardware.

Before doing all that, WhoCrashed, a very useful diagnose software that is able to pinpoint the drivers that is causing the problem and crashing the computer. There isn’t much to do other than installing WhoCrashed, run it and click the Analyze button which should display the driver that is most likely the cause of the problem.

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WhoCrashed has 2 versions the free and Pro. The Pro version has more advanced features such as analyzing crash dump on remote computers and directory of your choice. It also contains more detailed analysis of the crash dumps and permits you to use it commercially. Most home users would find that the free version is good enough to help them troubleshoot the blue screen problem by analyzing the dump files. The latest version WhoCrashed 2 supports all version of Windows 7 as well.

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