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How To Fix ‘System Thread Exception Not Handled’ Error In Windows

You may have come across different exceptions or errors that could make your computer slow or non-responsive. One of these errors is SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED. System Thread Exception Not Handled is a sort of error that is seen on Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) which occurs mostly in the Windows 8, 8.1 and 10 variants of OS by the clients. This error jumps out at a few clients following 10 to 15 seconds of the windows start up though; couple of clients have revealed that they get their this error appearing immediately after the windows gets started and during the system reboot. This makes the clients stuck in the middle of the work and that they can’t do anything with their PC.

It is said that the error occurs due to failing driver. Incongruent, defiled or obsolete driver can make your PC to demonstrate the blue screen with this error. The BSOD is caused not only by the outdated drivers but also due to overclocking softwares or due to overclocked tweak that occurred recently. But you don’t need to worry since there is a solution to this error.

SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED

LET’S TALK ABOUT SOME POSSIBLE FIXES

If you find that any recently installed program or driver is causing this error, at that point the main thing you should do is to uninstall those broken programs as they are not perfect or might not be compatible. Check for the updates of those programs consistently and always try to reinstall them when the fix or update has been released for that program or driver. Following are a few stages to fix this issue.

USING DEVICE MANAGER

STEP 1:

Right-click on “start” icon positioned at the bottom left corner of your screen. Click on “device manager”.

 

STEP 2:

Double click on “Display Adapters”. Right click on the display driver installed on your system and click on “Properties”.

STEP 3:

Click on “Uninstall” to remove your video adapter driver software. Click on “OK” to finish this step.

STEP 4:
Install the newer version of your driver by downloading it from the hardware website or by providing a compact disk.
Note: If updating your drivers causes BSOD then, click on “Roll Back Driver” to revert back to the previously installed driver.

As soon as you are done following these steps, make sure to restart your computer so that changes could be saved. After doing so you will not face any System Thread Exception Not Handled error.

 

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