The White Screen of Death (WSOD) is a white screen that appears when there is an issue with the Microsoft Windows 10 or Windows 11 operating system. Unlike the blue screen of death, the white screen problem is not usually accompanied by errors to give you an indication of the cause of the problem. To force a restart, press and hold down the power button for a few seconds or until the computer shuts down completely. Then, press the power button again to restart your Windows 10 device.If the WSOD persists, try one of the other methods listed below.
An outdated or faulty graphics card driver can be responsible for the white screen of death in Windows 10 and 11 while using certain games or applications. Updating the drivers may be able to fix this issue. If the problem still hasn't been resolved, it's possible that an outdated Windows 10 operating system is causing the white screen of death. This is most likely if the computer crashes and randomly returns to the WSOD.
On the other hand, if the white screen of death appears after installing a Windows 10 or 11 update, uninstalling the update may be able to fix it. Once your PC is restored to a previous state, you should find that the problem of the white screen on your computer monitor has been resolved.