Blue Screen in Sony® VAIO F Series
Are you experiencing the Blue Screen of Death errors or automatic reboot of Windows 7 in your Sony VAIO F Series notebook?
Blue screen of death is a feared critical error that has been floating around on systems running on Windows 7 including Sony VAIO F Series laptops. Although a patch has been released for unknown problems causing such blue screen errors on Windows 7, this could be simply because of conflicting third party software or drivers installed within the Sony VAIO F Series notebooks.
Common problems causing a blue screen error in Sony VAIO F Series notebooks are:
- Third party hardware issues
- Incompatible or outdated hardware driver issues
- Conflicting antivirus services
- Complications in kernel memory dumps
Third party hardware issues
A third party hardware and accompanied drivers have to be checked for compatibility with the specific Sony VAIO F Series model. Failing to do so might trigger unexpected compatibility issues leading to system crashes and memory loss. A typical low profile error of this nature could be fixed by simply deactivating particular hardware components and rebooting the PC. Locating the faulty hardware component in Windows 7 systems which come with Sony VAIO F Series laptops, can be a traumatic exercise.
Incompatible or outdated hardware driver issues
Many a times a faulty hardware issue is linked with the problems of corresponding drivers. Corrupt drivers and outdated versions are all possible reasons for a blue screen of death error within Sony VAIO F Series systems. Incompatible drivers conflicting with the OS of Sony VAIO F Series notebooks are another possibility.
Conflicting antivirus services
Conflicting services such as incompatible antivirus software or third party backup utilities can cause a threat for system stability leading to blue screen errors. If the errors occur due to function of such incompatible services, a simple removal of the software could heal the system. However, there are instances of blue screen errors occurring due to damages to the system beyond repair.
Complications in kernel memory dumps
Since Windows systems separate user and kernel memory spaces, debugging a crashed system dump could solve kernel crash issues if there were any. A blue screen error must be screened through other causes to see if debugging of crashed system dump is needed.