Why does the OPS computer get a blue screen?Reason 1: Insufficient virtual memory causes system multitasking error
Virtual memory is a unique method of Windows system to solve the lack of system resources. It generally requires that the remaining space of the hard disk in the main boot area is 2-3 times of its physical memory. In order to make full use of the space, some enthusiasts have stuffed their hard drives to the full, forgetting the harsh requirements of Windows. As a result, an operation error occurs in the virtual memory due to insufficient hard disk space, so a blue screen appears. To solve this problem is very simple, try not to fill the hard disk full, and often delete some temporary files and swap files generated by the system, so as to free up space. Or you can manually configure the virtual memory, select Advanced, put the default address of the virtual memory, and go to other logical disks. This avoids blue screens caused by insufficient virtual memory.