Android Answers are possible on Windows, but many users report blue screens of death errors when using Bluestacks software.
This can be a big problem and cause stability problems with your PC, but in this article, we will show you how to fix this problem.
Blue screen Death errors can be very problematic, and sometimes this error can appear when using Bluestacks. Here are some of the problems reported by users:
Bluestacks continues to hit Windows 10 – sometimes Bluestacks can continue to hit your PC. This can occur because of the Hyper-V feature, so be sure to deactivate it.
Bluestacks BSOD Memory_Management – Third-party applications can cause this error to emerge. To fix the problem, do a clean boot and disable all applications and startup services.
Blue screen After installing Bluestacks – Antivirus, you can also cause problems with Bluestacks to appear. To fix this problem, deactivate temporarily or remove antivirus and check whether it helps.
Bluestacks stop unexpectedly – sometimes unexpected crashes can occur, and if you experience this problem, make sure to try some of our solutions.
How can I repair Bluestacks blue screens from death?
- Check your antivirus
- Replace your graphics card driver
- Disable Hyper-V features
Check your antivirus
If you get a blue screen of death on your PC when using Bluestacks, the problem might be related to your antivirus software.
Some antivirus tools, like AVG, can interfere with Bluestacks and cause this, and many other problems occur.
To fix the problem, it is recommended that you deactivate certain antivirus features or even your whole antivirus and check whether it helps.
If the problem is still there, you need to remove your antivirus and try running Bluestacks again.
If removing antivirus solving problems, we recommend that you consider switching to a different antivirus.
Replace your graphics card driver
Press Windows Key + X and select Device Manager from the list.
When Device Manager opens, right-click and select Uninstall Device.
If available, check to delete the driver software for this device option and click Uninstall.
Restart your PC to apply the change.
Disable Hyper-V features
- In the search field, enter the Windows feature. Select Activate or turn off Windows features.
2. When the Windows feature window appears, look for Hyper-V and disable it. After doing that, click OK to save changes.
3. Restart your PC to apply the change.