Bccode error messages are the shortened name given to Bug Check Codes which is basically the name given to errors that have caused major issues within the machine and have caused the system to shut down due to these errors. When bccode error codes appear it means that there was a critical error that must be resolved right away.
Seeing a bccode error is not a good thing at all because it is basically telling you that your system must be shut down because something bad has happened. This is why bccode error codes are to be avoided at all costs as the machine must restart itself to ensure that it will work again properly. On top of the fact that you will get the bccode error message it is not uncommon for bccode errors to be seen just before the BSOD or blue screen of death as it is commonly referred to. Again the BSOD is not a good thing to be seeing as it is going to be the last thing you see before the system restarts.
Although the bccode error codes are never a good thing to see they do sometimes provide good pieces of information. In many instances the bccode error will display what has caused the error or where the error has taken place. With this information it is possible to look up the exact error code, after writing it down and restarting the system, to see if there are any other users who are encountering the bccode error.
In many cases bccode error codes can be related to a conflict with various security software programs such as anti-virus, anti-spyware, and even firewalls. If this is the case you might be able to find out what is causing the issues online when searching the specific bccode error codes.
Another cause of bccode error messages are faulty physical pieces within the machine. Sometimes a hard driver or power supply is not working correctly or is about to fail. If this is the case the only real way to fix the issues are to replace the piece of hardware that is making the bccode errors.
Bccode error messages can sometimes appear due to issues related to the core operating system as well as the communication between many different programs. As many programs require the registry to correctly provide the information required to work within the system. If the registry itself is having issues then the issue could be corrupt or damaged entries in the registry. If you think that the bccode error messages being displayed due to registry issues the best thing to do is to run a full scan of the registry to try to find the issue that is taking place.