Earlier I published how to get a blue screen of death in Windows XP and Vista. Its fun if you do it on purpose but if you get it due to some hardware or software fault, then its not fun any more. Its very difficult to find the reason behind the cryptic error codes and fix it.
Here’s the solution for the blue screen of death (BSOD) in Windows Vista with error code STOP: 0×0000000A. This BSOD is normally caused because of problems in drivers of security software such as firewall and antivirus.
The complete error code look like,
STOP: 0×0000000A (parameter-1, parameter-2, parameter-3, parameter-4) IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL.
The fix to this issue is a hotfix from Microsoft. Just download the fix and run it and you will never get the BSOD due to this reason again.