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Windows 10 usually does not blue screen unless there is something seriously wrong. According to the information you have provided, it sounds like a paging file size. No problem! This can probably be fixed easily.
1. Open System Properties. Right-click the Start menu, select System and then click Change Settings, or use the Control Panel.
2. In the System Properties dialog box, on the Advanced tab, click the Settings button in the Performance section.
3. In the Performance Options dialog box, on the Advanced tab, click the Change button in the Virtual Memory section.
4. In the Virtual Memory dialog box, jot down the minimum allowed, recommended and currently allocated paging file sizes in the last section. Then, uncheck the box that says Automatically manage paging file size for all drives. If more than one drive appears in the available drives list, click your system drive -- the one on which Windows is installed, which is usually C:.
5. Click Custom Size, and then type values into the Initial Size (MB) and Maximum Size (MB) boxes, making the maximum size 1 GB (1,000 MB) or up to 4 GB (4,000 MB), depending on the amount of installed RAM.
6. Click Set, then OK.
After these steps, close all open dialog boxes and restart your computer.