Getting a blue screen of death in Windows 10 is certainly an error that is annoying and KMODE Exception not handled Error in Windows 10 is one of them. This error code occurs when your system crashes and reaches a stage where you cannot use it in normal mode. It shows the blue screen with a series of error codes on it. Let us learn how to fix the issue.
Update the drivers or disable them
You should check if the error occurs due to faulty drive. You can either update the drivers manually to the newest version available or run a driver update that can automatically update the drivers. If you want to update the driver manually follow the steps below
Click – Start
In search box type – devmgmt.msc
From the result, list click on- devmgmt
Now right click on the driver
Choose – Update Driver software to update driver
Select- Disable to disable your driver
Click- Uninstall to uninstall the driver
To update driver automatically
Click – Start
Head to – Device and Printers
Right click on the computer
Select- Device Installation Settings
Select- Yes do this automatically
Click- Save Changes
Now follow the screen instructions to carry out the process.
Disable your antivirus
Sometimes other factors like a backup program, antivirus software or any other software are responsible for the error KMODE Exception not handled Error in Windows 10. Try to disable your antivirus software/malware software and see if it solves the issue.
In case the issue isn’t resolved by using the simple methods given above then there are chances that Windows may be corrupted so it is better to carry out clean Windows installation.
Upgrade to newest BIOS version
In some cases, the outdated version of BIOS can also result in KMODE Exception not handled Error in Windows 10. In such cases, you must update BIOS to the latest version.
Turn OFF the Fast Startup
It can prove to be the effective and simple method to fix KMODE Exception not handled Error in Windows 10. You can follow the steps given below to turn off the fast start up
Head to- Control Panel. Look for – System and Security and then click on – Power Options
Next, Now select the option- Choose what power buttons do
Next, click on the option – Change settings that are currently unavailable.
Now uncheck the following box located beside – Turn on fast start-up and then Save the changes. This will solve your problem.