A Blue Screen of Death (BSOD),  is technically called a STOP error. It occurs when Windows suffers a serious error and is forced to “stop” completely.

Since a blue screen error gives you no choice but to restart, troubleshooting it  can be difficult.  Every STOP error includes a STOP code that can we can research to fix the problem.

STOP Error 0x00000001 to STOP Error 0x0000005F

Complete list of STOP codes from STOP error 0x1 (0x00000001) to STOP error 0x5F (0x0000005F).

STOP Error 0x00000060 to STOP Error 0x000000BF

Complete list of STOP codes from STOP error 0x60 (0x00000060) to STOP error 0xBF (0x000000BF).

STOP Error 0x000000C1 to STOP Error 0x0000011D

Complete list of STOP codes from STOP error 0xC1 (0x000000C1) to STOP error 0x11D (0x0000011D).

STOP Error 0x00000121 to STOP Error 0xC0000221

Complete list of STOP codes from STOP error 0x121 (0x00000121) to STOP error 0xC0000221.

STOP Error 0xDEADDEAD: MANUALLY_INITIATED_CRASH1

STOP error 0xDEADDEAD means that the user deliberately initiated a crash dump from either the kernel debugger or the keyboard. STOP code 0xDEADDEAD may also display “MANUALLY_INITIATED_CRASH1” on the same STOP message.