Use the Event Viewer Press Windows + X keyboard shortcut to open the Quick Links menu. Click on Event Viewer. Look over the Actions pane.
Use your Registry Editor Press Windows + R and type run to open the Run menu. Type in regedit to open the Registry Editor.
Use a third-party BSOD viewer
Then choose System under Windows Logs.
Find and click Error on the event list.
You can also create a custom view so you can view the crash logs more quickly.
Choose a time period you want to view.
Select the By log option.
Usually shut down the Windows PC that has experienced the BSOD.
Disconnect mostly connected USB devices other than mouse, keyboard (or wireless adapters).
Restart the course from any Windows Recovery (WinRE) in Safe Mode.
If you recently installed new software, uninstall it.
Uninstall BlueStacks following this guide completely.
Now make sure virtualization is enabled on someone’s PC.
Then download and install the new latest version of BlueStacks from all my official websites and check if the issue is resolved.
Both are correct. The first one seems more exciting and happens more often. The second can be used to emphasize that you are looking for different paths, but the first does not prevent multiple paths. Is there a way to solve this problem?
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