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Pink Screen of Death in Windows 10

Some of the most common problems reported by users are as follows:

Crash Pink Screen – The cause may be a third party application, so it’s enough to find it and remove the problematic application and check whether it helps.
NVIDIA Pink Screen Of Death – The cause is the Nvidia graphics card, so be sure to update it or turn it back to longer drivers.
It should also be mentioned that this problem affects the Windows version, including the older, also a laptop or PC brand.

How do I repair a death pink screen?

Update your graphics card driver

  • Press the Windows + X button to open the Win + X menu. Now select Device Manager from the list.
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  • Find your graphics card on the list, right-click, and select Driver update.

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  • Now select Search automatically for updated driver software.

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  • Follow the instructions on the screen to install the latest drivers.
  • After the driver is installed, check whether the problem is still there.

Check the newly installed program


Third-party applications can cause this error, and if you use a related screen or any software related to your graphics card, you might want to delete it and check whether it solves the problem.

Users report that applications such as true colors can cause this problem to emerge.

So if you use this or a similar application, delete and check whether it solves the problem.

Keep in mind that many applications can leave the remaining files and registry entries that can interfere with your system and cause this problem to reappear.

Disconnect all peripherals

According to users, sometimes your peripherals can cause this problem to emerge. To fix it, you need to turn off your PC and decide all unnecessary peripherals from it.

Before you turn your PC back, make sure your monitor, mouse, and keyboard are connected.

Start your PC and check whether the problem is still there. If not, it is possible that your peripherals interfere with your PC.

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