As everyone knows that Windows 10 is a very popular and widely used Operating System. However, some of its users fail to use their computer just after starting it up. It is a very common problem with Windows 10. Further, you can not boot your device. When you turn on your device, you see a blue screen error message saying “System Thread Exception Not Handled Windows 10” or “BSOD system_thread_exception_not_handled”. And it could occur any time while starting up the computer. So, here are several ways to fix this issue. Just keep reading this article properly.
The main causes of this error are:
To solve the BSOD or System Thread Exception Not Handled issue, follow the steps given below:
A faulty Graphics Card and drivers can cause this error. If the driver is in the fault or conflict with another driver, then you can follow these steps:
Or you can simply download the latest version of the drivers. You can also update the drivers manually.
If no driver update is found, then you have to manually do the task. For manually updating drivers, just perform the following steps:
After completing this above steps the newer version of the driver will be automatically updated.
While it is typically not recommended to update drivers unless it is necessary. So, first, check if it is necessary to update the Graphics Driver. At first, you have to install the Graphics Card for that. Then, check if any driver update is necessary or not. You can download the Graphics Driver directly from the official websites. So, whenever you update the recommended video card or graphics card also download the appropriate hardware drivers.
The BIOS (Basic Input Output System) conflicts interrupt the system. So to overcome this problem, you have to update the BIOS. To update it, you have to go to the manufacturer’s website of the motherboard and check for the BIOS update. Before updating, you have to know the model number and product name of the motherboard.
Here, we mentioned some steps by which you can find the model number of the motherboard.
BIOS files are either of .zip or .exe format. Installation of the BIOS is a little bit complicated. You just have to follow the instruction to update BIOS.
Slow hardware or incompatible drivers also be the causes of this error. The blue screen error can result from the old version of Windows 10. So, at first, update it and check if there is any incompatible hardware installed or not.
The corrupted files can be the causes of this issue. To overcome this problem, you can use the CHKDSK command line. To do it:
This might take some time. Just wait until the work is finished.
If you are facing this error just after installing some new programs. Then, this problem can occur due to these programs you have recently installed. To troubleshoot this error, you just have to perform a clean boot of the system. Also, you can delete or disable these programs temporarily.
The above article gives you a brief idea about this blue screen error. Hopefully, the article will help you to fix the System Thread Exception Not Handled Windows 10. If you have any question regarding this problem, then feel free to ask it in the comment section below.