Your computer shows REGISTRY_ERROR BSOD (0x00000051) on blue screen after reboot?
If your answer is yes, you are in the right place.
So, in this blog you will learn more about different methods of fixing all kinds of BSOD errors, including REGISTRY_ERROR.
This REGISTRY_ERROR is very dangerous. There are many blue screen death errors that can affect your Windows 10 / 8.1 / 8/7 operating system. If there is a problem on your laptop or PC and it needs to be rebooted; we recommend that you fix this error as soon as possible.
Don’t worry, you don’t need to call a professional to fix the problem. Simply use the methods below to fix your BSOD REGISTRY_ERROR.
The causes of problems with the blue screen error code 0x00000051
In general, problems with the blue screen stop error 0x00000051 often mean that something is wrong with the startup registry of your computer’s hard drive or with Windows Configuration Manager. In other words, these stop code problems are caused by problems with computer hardware/hard disk, Windows operating system and software, etc. And here are some common reasons for this Stop 0x000051 bsod error:
- Computer hardware / hardware is physically damaged
- Recently installed software changes / corrupts the hard disk download registry
- Problems with Windows operating system
There are also other reasons for these problems with computer shutdown errors, such as drivers, firmware, etc. I hope that the above mentioned main ones can help you.
Below is a list of possible solutions for the blue screen error REGISTRY_ERROR (0x00000051) in Windows 10 and earlier. At least one of them worked for someone, and it will work for you as well if you follow the instructions carefully. We recommend that you try the fixes in the order they appear.
Start your computer in safe mode
If you get a “REGISTRY_ERROR” (0x00000051) error when booting Windows, which blocks all attempts to work with the system, try booting your computer in safe mode. This mode is intended to diagnose the operating system but the functions of the operating system in this mode are very limited. The safe mode should only be used if the system is locked in a different way.
To enter the safe mode, follow these steps:
- Go to the “Start” menu and select “Settings”.
- In the settings window that appears, go to the “Update and Security” menu and select the “Restore” tab.
- On the “Restore” tab find “Advanced Start” and click “Restart Now”.
- When restarting Windows, you will be prompted to choose the next step. Select Troubleshooting.
- In the Troubleshooting menu, click Advanced Options, and then click Launch Options.
- Windows will then let you know that you can reboot your computer with the Advanced Options. One of them is “Enable safe mode”. Tap on the restart.
- After restarting, select Enable Safe Mode by pressing F4.
Check Automatic Maintenance
Automatic maintenance is a Microsoft home cleaning setup in Windows that performs regular maintenance on your computer at a certain time every day. This is not a single action per se, but a set of automatic tasks that are scheduled to run when your computer is not in use. If you often get BSOD registry errors, sometimes they are associated with this program or do not work properly, which leads to a build-up of minor errors affecting your computer.
The first solution you can try (besides a simple restart) is to start automatic maintenance immediately. Of course, this only works if you have access to the Windows desktop area. Fortunately, there is a small class of errors that will not prevent you from using your computer forever. After restoring temporary access to your computer, here is a quick way to fix an error before it happens again: http://windowsbulletin.com/solved-registry-blue-screen-error-0x00000051-fix/
- Type “Control Panel” in the “Search” field and click the program when it appears in the results.
- Select System and Security.
- Choose security and maintenance.
- Extend maintenance
- In the Automatic service section click Start service.
- What happens at this point determines what you need to do next. If automatic maintenance starts without any problems, when you click “Start Maintenance”, everything is fine here and you don’t need to do anything. However, if you get a REGISTRY_ERROR error message and don’t start, you need to turn it off.
- To do this, press the Windows + X keys to open the “Windows Tools” menu.
- Select “Run” in the menu.
- Type regedit in the “Run search” field and press Enter to launch the registry editor.
Disable System Maintenance
- In the Windows search bar, enter the service and press Enter.
- A new screen will appear
- Then click on the “Safety and Maintenance” option.
- Expand the “Maintenance” section.
- Then click on the Start service option.
- Regardless of whether the service started successfully or not, skip this solution and proceed to the next step. However, as soon as you find the Registry_Error, disconnect the system maintenance
- To disable system maintenance, press the Windows + R keys to open the “Run” command.
- Type regedit and press Enter to open the registry editor menu.
- Find the following registry section: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SOFTWARE \ Microsoft \ Windows NT \ CurrentVersion \ Schedule \ Maintenance
- In the right pane, find MaintenanceDisabled Dword. However, if you can’t find it, we have to create this key
- Now right-click on the empty area of the right window and select “Create” > “DWORD value (32 bits)”.
- Then name this new key MaintenanceDisabled
- Click OK button
- Then double-click the newly created key and enter the numerical value 1 in the value data field.
- Select OK and close all menus.
Finally, reboot the system to make the changes take effect and correct the BSOD Registry_Error.