We all love our pc when it gets started immediately when we start it. All we want is to view our desktop so we can frequently use it to start working. But sometimes we don’t get what we expect instead of loading the desktop screen properly we get to see the blue screen displaying the error – System Thread Exception Not Handled. We know everyone get worried after seeing this message. In this post we will tell you how to resolve this issue with some simple alternatives.
Update the problematic driver
Sometimes it is possible that some faulty drivers can raise such issues, most of the time problematic graphics card driver founds guilty. You will be seeing the error as – System Thread Exception Not Handled along with igdkm64.sys. If you are facing issues with driver or it conflicts with other programs/drivers in that case rebooting will not be possible. The worst part is to facing the blue screen with a lot of errors.
A step to figure it out is here:
Press- Windows’s logo + R key together from your keyboard and start the run command.
Type – cmd and then hit – enter
Type – eventvwr and hit- enter
Expand – Windows Logs and click – System
Click the tab – Source. Here you will be able to view the driver that is leading to the error – System Thread Exception Not Handled.
Once you get to know the exact driver, update it.
Check the hardware compatibility
Incompatible drivers can also be the reason of error sometimes. The blue screen error occurs frequently even after you upgrade to Windows 10. Always be assuring twice, if any of the installed hardware is incompatible.
Check BIOS update
There can be several reasons but here are the common ones:
If you are familiar with how to update BIOS then you can go for it or seek any professional’s help for doing it in the right way.
Hardware Acceleration – Try to disable it
This method is not considered as common until the other alternatives are not working for you. Try this method only if the other methods are not working for you. What you have to do is follow the below steps:
Open- Google Chrome and head to – Settings
Click- Show Advanced Settings and then go down to the section- System
Now uncheck – Use hardware acceleration when available and then restart Chrome
Make sure you follow the instructions given for each method carefully. For more information visit our homepage.