System thread exception not handled

Are you facing the error “System Thread Exception not handled” on your Windows 10 PC? This is a very common problem with not only Windows 10 users but with windows 7 and 8 users. If you are looking forward to getting rid of the system thread exception not handled, then you came to a right place. Read this guide carefully, and by the end of this article, you will learn how to fix system thread exception not handled error on your Windows 10 PC.

How to fix System Thread Exception not handled the error?

Windows 10 is maybe the most advanced operating system for PC and laptops, but it is not perfect. Once in a while, we get emails regarding the issues related to computers with windows 10. Fortunately, we can fix most of these issues and errors without spending any money to buy extra hardware.

As we are talking about “system thread Exception not handled”  error, let’s talk about the error itself.

System Thread Exception Not Handled Blue Screen of Death (BSOD)

It is a very common error faced by lots of windows 10 users. So when does it occur? System thread exception not handled can occur at any time while you are working, gaming or watching on your computer. But it mostly occurs during the boot up.

The error shows up like an alert message which ignores all the task you were doing before the error occurred. Your screen will turn blue with the error showing up on the screen as a text like in the picture as shown.

As I’ve told you there are solutions for the majority of errors on windows 10 and this error is one of them. We do not have one but several methods or solutions to fix “system thread exception not handled” on your Windows 10 PC or laptop.

System thread exception not handled is also known as blue screen of death (BSOD) which is more familiar with Windows 7 users. This error also occurs in Windows 8 and Windows 7. The way this error shows up are almost the same in windows 10 and 8. In Windows 7, blue screen of death occurs with a blue screen with system protocol text all over the screen.

So here are the solutions for System Thread Exception not handled for windows 10.

If you are thinking about getting a bootable media for Windows 10, then it’s good but let me clarify that in our solutions, you won’t need any kind of bootable media which is a good thing if you don’t have bootable media.

Solution 1

Windows 10 inbuilt recovery mode

If unfortunately, system thread exception not handled occur during boot Timex your computer will provide you with an option to fix your computer. Although you have an option to fix your computer right away, there is not an indicator to go to that particular option so how do you go into that option? In this case, bootable media comes in handy, and many people suggest that but we have an alternate way of fixing this issue without the use of bootable media, and that is the recovery mode.

  1. When a system thread exception occurs, you need to turn off your computer from the power button. The real deal is to keep pressing the power button until the screen turns off completely.
  2. Now you have to power it on again, but when the windows logo appears in the bootup, you have to abruptly power it on and off until the recovery option shows up.
  3. Go to the recovery option in windows 10, and you have to navigate your way to troubleshoot >advance option >command prompt.
  4. Now, this step is when it gets more technical, so you have to be very careful with it. Type the following command and run it.
  • sfc /scannow /offbootdir=c:\ /offwindir=c:\windows

This command will likely detect all the problems which are occurring the error and fix it. If the problem does not get fixed then run the following another command.

  • bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy

Now after running this command turn off every which is open on the computer and reboot your system.

Now the System Thread Exception not handled error will no longer occur on your windows 10, but that is not guaranteed since every computer is different. So try the other solutions we have written in this article.

Find the driver which is causing the error

  1. There are few tools for windows 10 which can detect the driver which are causing multiple errors including the error we are looking for. So, download the application to detect the driver. I would suggest you to download an application called “WhoCrashed” which is probably the best in business.
  2. Well, the application works by showing you some command utility, and if it shows sysin the file path, then it is the troublesome driver.

Some users may not be able to run such utility, so I would suggest you to ignore the upper method and follow the guide below.

  1. When you turn on the computer, keep pressing F8 while booting up. The screen will show a menu of boot options eventually if keep pressing F8.
  2. You have to switch your computer to safe mode and by going to menu options and then selecting Safe Mode and pressing enter.
  3. When you get BSOD or System Thread Exception not handled the error, your screen will show an output with a blue background. The output will be like “system exception not handled (Filename.sys). The filename will vary with different users.

So here are some filenames

atikmdag.sys-AMD Display Graphics Driver

ATI2DVAG.sys-AMD Display Graphics Driver

ATI2CQAG.dll-AMD Display Graphics Driver

ATIVPK.sys-AMD Display Graphics Driver

AMD2DVAG.sys-AMD Display Graphics Driver

AMDKMDAG.sys-AMD Display Graphics Driver

AMDVPK.sys-AMD Display Graphics Driver

iaStorA.sys-Intel Rapid Storage Technology Driver-x64

wificlass.sys-Cisco Wireless Access Points

Now you have to go to command prompt again by abruptly pressing power on and off button.In the command prompt run the following command.

:

cd windows\system32\drivers

renFILENAME.sysFILENAME.old

 

Remember that filename.sys are the name of the filenames that you get in the output. Close the prompt and reboot your computer. Now your computer will fix the issue.

Now you can Re-install the updated driver to avoid the problem in future.

Solution 2

If the above solution does not work for you due to some reasons, then you can follow the next solution to try your luck.

Power off your computer completely and remove the battery. Now plug it out from the power socket and just leave it like that for at least 2 minutes.Press the power button for 5 to 10 seconds to turn on the computer without the battery. At your convenience, put in the battery and when the computer turns on, uninstall or remove the driver and reboot again.

This solution may take more physical effort, but it is worth giving a try. Sometimes the error system thread exception not handled occur with the boot up structure. So tweaking around the hardware can fix the issue for you easily.

Solution 3

In most cases, you will face BSOD when you will boot up your computer. But sometimes it occurs at any time and for that cases, you can follow the following solutions. In this solution, we have to disable hardware acceleration In your browser.

It is very easy to disable hardware acceleration so follow the guide carefully. Most of us use Google Chrome so here are the steps to disable hardware acceleration in Google Chrome.

  1. Using your Windows 10 PC where you are getting BSOD, open Google Chrome browser.
  2. In the address bar on the top, type Chrome://flags and press enter.
  3. You will see an option called “GPU Composition on all pages” if you scroll down.
  4. Select “disable”, and the hardware acceleration will be disabled in Google Chrome.
  5. Click on “relaunch now” in order to restart Chrome.

Disable hardware acceleration in Mozilla Firefox

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox on your windows 10 PC.
  2. Type the following in the address barabout:preferences#advanced.
  3. Now press enter and a window will show up.
  4. There will be many options available on the left side of the screen. Go to “advanced” and uncheck the “use hardware acceleration when available”.
  5. Now restart Mozilla Firefox to apply the settings.

The hardware acceleration is the reason why you are facing BSKD or system thread exception not handled the error in your windows 10. So by disabling hardware acceleration in your browser, you will face this problem again although you may find some performance difference on a minor level.

Wrapping it up:

So these solutions are your way to get rid of a system thread exception not handled the error. This guide is for Windows 10 users, and by following the methods, you will remove the error permanently. Keep updating your driver in future to avoid getting this error again in your windows 10 or any other windows.

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