Trick 1: Properly install the hardware driver
After the BIOS has been refreshed, some notebooks will still have a blue screen reboot, and in this case we have to check if a hardware driver is not properly installed, or if the latest installed hardware does not work. Enter "My Computer" → "Control Panel" → "System" → "Device Manager" to see if your notebook hardware is improperly installed or where there is a conflict.
How to implement: if you encounter a device with a question mark flag, then we need to go to the relevant hardware manufacturer's website to download the latest driver, and then reset to the notebook to install the driver. If you encounter a blue screen after installing new hardware and the replacement driver is not valid, it is likely that the hardware itself or the driver of the hardware has a compatibility problem with the notebook or the operating system, and we just need to remove the hardware or disable the hardware in Device Manager to resolve the problem.
Trick 2: Adjust the hard disk cache
In addition, when the capacity of the system partition is too low, the machine virtual memory value may be too low, which will also cause the blue screen. This problem occurs when we release the hard disk space or let the system automatically set virtual memory to solve the problem.
Specific implementation: The simplest way is to delete the system partition (typically C disk) in the temporary files, to maintain the system remaining space around 1GB. If it is true that the files in the C disk cannot be deleted, then we can also enter the "My Computer" → "Control Panel" → "System" → "Advanced" in the "performance" option to set. Locate the virtual memory option to set the drive paging file size from custom size to system management size, which solves the problem of a machine blue screen restart due to low system disk capacity cache.
Trick 3: Upgrade notebook BIOS
In general, laptops are likely to have some flaws in their design when they are shipped, and vendors typically use the upgrade BIOS to fix them. If we have a blue screen in the process of using the notebook brain, we can take the upgrade BIOS to solve the blue Panel fault.
How to do this: first download the BIOS refresh program and BIOS update file from the manufacturer's Web site. Then run the BIOS refresh software, and select the BIOS file we downloaded (this download must choose to adapt to this model of the machine's BIOS files, if the brush write error will cause the machine can not work). Finally, choose Refresh to automatically refresh the BIOS. The machine automatically restarts after the refresh, and in the self-test information we can see that the BIOS version has been updated.