How to Fix BSOD Error 0x00000f4?

This screen indicates serious computer problem. We have come up with solutions to diagnose this problem verifying the state of your operating system files & settings, installing new updates, diagnosing issues with Non-Microsoft programs.

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Clean Boot your Machine

Open up Task Manager tool and disable all Non-Microsoft startup items. We believe these are the programs that conflict with your OS.

For Windows 8.1/ 8:

  1. Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete simultaneously.
  2. Click Task Manager.
  3. Click “More details” link.
  4. This expands user interface. Click Startup tab.
  5. Now that you’ve a list of all startup items. Disable all startups. To do so, right click an item and select Disable option.
  6. Exit out of the screen, reboot Windows.

For Windows 7/ Vista:

  1. Press Windows Key + R simultaneously.
  2. This opens up Run dialog box. In the Open textbox, type “MSCONFIG” and click OK.
  3. In the System Configuration dialog that opens, click Startup tab and uncheck all items.
  4. Click Apply | OK.

Run Memory Diagnostic Tool

Using Windows Memory Diagnostic tool run memory check-up.

For Windows 8.1/ 8:

  1. Press Windows Key + X, select Search option.
  2. Type “memory” in Search Box.
  3. Select “Everywhere” from drop down box (Windows 8.1); or click Settings icon (Windows 8).
  4. Open “Diagnose your computer’s memory problems” keyword.
  5. Now that you’ve Memory Diagnostic tool opened.
  6. Click “Restart now and check for problems” button.
  7. Your computer will restart and conduct several memory tests.

For Windows 7:

  1. Click Start | Control Panel.
  2. In the top right corner Search box, type “Diagnose you computer’s memory problems” and open it.

For Windows Vista:

  1. Click Start.
  2. Type “Memory Diagnostic Tool” and open it.

Restore your PC

Restoring your PC to an earlier date would help especially when the problem relates back to Registry changes.

For Windows 8.1/ 8:

  1. Right click Computer icon on Desktop, select Properties.
  2. Click “Advanced system settings” link.
  3. This opens up System Properties dialog. Click System Protection tab.
  4. Click System Restore button.
  5. Now that you’ve System Restore open. Click Next button in welcome page.
  6. You’ve a list of all system restore points on your screen. Select a restore point and then click Next.

For Windows 7/ Vista:

  1. Click Start button.
  2. Point to All Programs | Accessories | System Tools.
  3. Click System Restore.
  4. This opens up System Restore. Click Next.
  5. In the next page that opens, pick up an appropriate date-time and then select a restore point.
  6. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Install Windows Updates

Make sure your Windows is up-to-date with latest updates.

For Windows 8.1/ 8:

  1. Press Windows Key + X, select Search.
  2. Type “Update” in Search Box.
  3. Select “Everywhere” in case of Windows 8.1; or click Settings icon in case of Windows 8. Open “Windows Update” from Search Results page.
  4. This opens up a full screen metro app. Click “Check for Updates” button.
  5. Download and install new updates and then restart your PC.

For Windows 7/ Vista:

  1. Click Start, point to All Programs.
  2. Click Windows Updates.
  3. Click “Check for Updates”. Download and install new updates found.
  4. Restart your PC when you’re prompted to do so.

Scan Operating System Files

Verify the system files state using System File Checker.

For Windows 8.1/ 8:

  1. Insert Windows Operating System installation disc in your DVD Drive.
  2. Press Windows Key + X, select Command Prompt (Admin).
  3. Type following command; press ENTER.
  • sfc /scannow
  1. Restart your PC when you’ve finished overwriting corrupt system files.

For Windows 7/ Vista:

  1. Insert Windows OS installation disc.
  2. Click Start, point to All Programs | Accessories.
  3. Right click Command Prompt, select Run as administrator from context menu options.
  4. Refer Steps # 3-4 under Windows 8.1/ 8 user’s section.

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