I really thought it was nothing. A blue screen appeared on my computer and I thought it was just one of those minor issues. After all, it was just sad face on a blue screen. How bad could it be, right? Well, I was wrong. I waited for my computer to restart but it never happened. I used another computer to research about the blue screen I was seeing. That was when I learned about the blue screen of death or BSoD.
I tried troubleshooting the BSoD but I couldn’t do it myself. There were a lot of ways to troubleshoot it, based on the research I did online. Unfortunately, none of them worked for me. Truth be told, some of the ways to troubleshoot a BSoD sounded pretty technical.
In my futile attempt to troubleshoot the BSoD, my computer just kept on restarting. Each time it did, the BSoD just kept on coming back. That was when I really started to panic. Then it dawned on me; was I going to get back my files?
I had no idea at that point. So, I shut down my computer and sought help. Since then, I’ve not seen the BSoD. I hope I don’t see it soon. After that experience, I’d like to share that there’s life after experiencing the BSoD. It maybe an annoying experience but the BSoD is not that bad after all.
I must admit that I was guilty of blurting out some sociably unacceptable language, which, of course, stemmed from the sheer frustration of not being able to resolve the issue. Then again, that’s not a good excuse.
For a non-techy person like me, the best way to survive the BSoD is to seek help. Going online to find possible ways to troubleshoot it just pretty much confused me. I actually found it quite hard to understand all the possible ways to troubleshoot the BSoD in the midst of a panic attack. I feared for my files. I just couldn’t afford to lose them.
I’ve moved on since then. I survived the BSoD. All my files are back. If it does happen again, I’m going to seek technical help from an expert. It’s worth it to get with an experienced technician to resolve the issue. Needless to say, it saves a lot of time.
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