1. An error message that appears on the Microsoft Windows 9.x platform. It may appear because of hardware problems, driver issues, viruses, a problem with Windows, overclocked processor or other reasons.
2. An error message that appears on the Micrsoft Windows NT/2000/XP platform due driver or hardware problems. It is also referred to as a "STOP Error" because the word "STOP" is displayed at the top of the screen. The NT/2000/XP blue screen of death usually provides more detailed information than the Win 9.x blue screen of death.
1. Bad RAM has been known to cause the blue screen of death on Windows 9.x computers.
2. A driver problem may cause Windows NT/2000/XP to display a blue screen of death containing a physical memory dump.
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