Well, here we are again. Microsoft rolled out the latest round of patches as part of its monthly cycle, but it appears that some August Update Tuesday patches are misbehaving. There have been reports that some of these fixes are causing BSOD errors on Windows 7. The issues show up after installing these three patches...

Recall that dreaded feeling? Yup, the one caused by the Blue Screens of Death (BSOD) error screens that showed up as a result of problems on Windows workstations. Windows XP was particularly notorious for this, and is widely regarded as the version of Windows with the highest average amount of BSOD errors — mostly due...

Something strange happened last week, when one of the updates released by Microsoft as part of its monthly Patch Tuesday update cycle broke down Windows 7 for a number of users. As we reported last week, the update pretty much wreaked havoc on Windows 7 installations, pushing all computers in a scarily continuous...

If you’re a medium to long time Windows user, you’ve probably seen the traditional “Blue Screen of Death”. Windows 8 has improved certain aspects of the Windows operating system user interface. One of those appears to be the BSoD or Blue Screen Of Death. In Windows 8 Microsoft has decided to keep the BSoD but this time...

New restart screen in Windows 8. A clearer version of the black screen of death. It still looks to me like a beta screen though… What do you guys think? Is this something that looks like it will make it into the finished version?

Winrumors.com are speculating that Microsoft may have switched from the Blue Screen of Death on prior operating systems to a Black Screen of death on Windows 8. The last time Microsoft used a Black Screen of death was in Windows 3.x when DOS based apps failed to execute correctly.. Source