As most of you know that blue screen windows 10 is more than a generation old problem and it’s so frustrating to with blue screen windows 10, you may be faced this error in your Windows 10 experience.
Normally, you may see a blue screen when updating to the latest release of Windows 10, during startup, or randomly as you actively utilize the PC.
Most of the time blue screen will give you a stop error codes, (such as VIDEO_TDR_TIMEOUT_DETECTED, PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGE_AREA, CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED, SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION, or IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL) or hexadecimal code (such as 0x000000D1, 0x0000000A, or 0x0000007B), but they’re just hieroglyphics for most users.
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What Causes Windows 10 Blue Screen
What’s commonly called a blue screen in Windows 10 is technically known as a stop error or fatal system error.
This happens when the operating system crashes, meaning it ran into some problem that stopped it from running safely.
When this happens, Windows displays a blue screen with some data about the problem and then restarts.
Understand The Stop error/error code
Understanding the meaning of stop error/error code is very important, in my opinion, I think this is the most important part because everybody knows that hardware and software malfunction can cause Blue Screen but most of the people who faced this problem don’t know what software/hardware is causing the Blue Screen.
Critical_Process_Died happens when a critical system process dies while showing its bug check error code 0x000000EF or a blue screen error.
This blue screen error is largely caused by outdated, incompatible, or correctly configured drivers. A newly installed program can also result in the error.
Error “DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL” would happen when your network driver uses an inaccurate memory address. You may also see “ndis. sys” on the blue screen.
There might be more than one reason why VIDEO_TDR_TIMEOUT_DETECTED error on your computer screen.
As its name hints, it is related to your GPU/video driver, but other system glitches can trigger it. and hardware can also trigger this error (Like GPU)
The root cause can be software or hardware, often bad Windows update or driver failure from the software side or faulty RAM on the hardware side.
SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION is an error which is also recognized for its bug check error code of “0x0000003B”.
It could be one of the errors made by a bug in Windows itself, or it could be caused by old drivers, corrupted system files, or a rogue app that tries to enter and run protected Windows code.
CLOCK WATCHDOG TIMEOUT
CLOCK WATCHDOG TIMEOUT Blue Screen Stop Error can occur when the specified processor is not processing interrupts. It usually happens when the processor is nonresponsive or is deadlocked. This also error occurs when the processor is having difficulties with the co-operation of its cores and threads
Check for Windows and Driver Updates
While bad updates can introduce issues, oftentimes Microsoft and third-party companies publish updates to fix bugs and problems like these. Visit Settings > Update & Security > Windows Update and apply any unfinished updates.
Update Your Driver
In the case that you’re getting an error code because of an old device driver, you can do the following:
- Click on Device Manager.
- Expand the device causing the problem.
- Right-click the device and select Update Driver Software.
- Click the Search automatically for updated driver software option.
Restore points are a part of the Windows System Restore utility. By creating a restore point, you can save the time of the operating system and your data so that if future differences cause a problem, you can restore the system and your data to the way it was before the changes were made.
Diagnose Memory Problems
if your applications keep crashing or they’re running very slowly, or unexpected Blue Screen windows, it could be hard to pinpoint the root of the problem because it could be a hardware-related issue (Like RAM).
- Press Windows Key + R, type “mdsched.exe” into the Run dialog, and press Enter.
- You’ll need to reboot your pc to do the test. While the test is proceeding, you won’t be able to use your PC.
- To agree to this, click “Restart now and check for problems (recommended)”. Be sure to save your work first. Your computer will instantly restart.
And if this did not work for you then can try to change/swap your ram or try to clean your ram with alcohol.
Clock Watchdog Timeout
In my experience Clock Watchdog Timeout is one of the hardest to fix, out of any other blue screen windows 10 error.
And I mention before Clock Watchdog Timeout happens when the processor is not working properly.
You can read my 6 Best Way To Fix Clock Watchdog Timeout in that blog I mentioned all the best tips to fix Clock Watchdog Timeout.
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