BSOD Flashes Too Quickly


If you’re experiencing a system crash where the blue screen of death disappears too quickly, you know how frustrating it is to track down the source of the problem. If the BSOD flashes too quickly to read, you need a program that can analyze your system dumps and display them in a way you can easily find the information included in that file. BlueScreenView is that program.

BlueScreenView scans the minidump files that are created when your system crashes. It displays all of the information about the crashes in a single table that is easy to read. It shows the minidump filename, the date, and basic information about the crash. All of this valuable information can help you track down the application or driver that is causing your BSOD. The program can be run on multiple version of Windows, including Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and Windows 8.

But for the program to work, you need to make sure your computer writes error information when it crashes. To do this, right-click Computer (or My Computer) and select Properties. Under the Advanced tab, click Settings in the Startup and Recovery section.

BSOD flashes too quickly to read

Next, under System failure, make sure the Write an event to the system log box is checked.

You can then download and run the BlueScreenView program from the Nirsoft website. Install and run the program if you have been experiencing BSOD Flashes Too Quickly for you to read.

Blue screen flashes too quickly for me to read

BSOD Flashes Too Quickly

Any system crashes that occur should be reported when you run the program and provide you with clues you couldn’t otherwise see. Stop error codes, memory address, driver details and other information can help you track down the issue so you can fix the problem and avoid future BSODs.

If you have a BSOD flashes too quickly problem that cannot be resolved using this program, join our free computer repair forums and we will try and help you discover why your computer is crashing.

BSOD Flashes Too Quickly

1 thought on “BSOD Flashes Too Quickly”

  1. Wouldn’t it be easier to just take out the check in the “automatically restart” box? The BSoD would then stay until you power down with the power button.

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