Fix The Unexpected Kernel Mode Error In Windows 10

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Whenever I use my PC suddenly blue screen appears with the message “Unexpected kernel mode error,” and my system begins to restart and this keeps happening again and again after few minutes. Can anyone help me?

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Fix The Unexpected Kernel Mode Error In Windows 10

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This error message is an indicator that the CPU generated a trap, but the kernel couldn’t catch it. This failure is what causes the blue screen to pop up. There are many numbers of factors that could lead to the blue screen error, like faulty hardware or software that is already installed, driver issues, damaged system files, viruses, etc. To fix it,

1. Clean up on all dusty connector components

2. Check newly installed software or hardware

3. Scan for malware and delete the malicious files

4. Update drivers

5. Use system file checker to fix this issue.

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Fix The Unexpected Kernel Mode Error In Windows 10

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If you receive “unexpected kernel mode trap” error on Windows 10, it can be caused by one of your devices. To troubleshoot the problem, turn off your computer then disconnect all external devices from your machine like USB flash drive, external hard drive, printer, and scanner except your USB mouse and keyboard. Restart your computer after this then see if the error appears again.

If this works, connect all the devices you disconnected one at a time until you find out which device is causing the error. Try to find an updated driver for that specific device. If this doesn’t work, try booting in Safe mode. Move your mouse to the lower right of your screen then move up and select “Settings” then click “Change PC settings.”

On the next screen, click “Update and recovery” then “Recovery.” Under “Advanced startup,” click “Restart now.” On starting up, click “Troubleshoot” on the “Choose an option” screen or click “Advanced options” if you don’t see it. Click “Startup Settings” then “Restart.” On the “Startup Settings” screen, select “Safe Mode” and then log in with your account. When you’re in Safe Mode, see if the error appears again.

If you don’t see it, run all the programs you normally use including all the startup applications to find out which application is causing the error. If you verify that one of your applications is causing the error, uninstall and reinstall that program then see if it works.

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