BSOD error is one of the common errors which appears in Windows 10 systems. The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck error, and several users are complaining about this error. If you are also encountering the same issue, then here are some instant solutions given below.
Delete and Uninstall Devices and Drivers
To delete and uninstall devices and drivers, pursue these on-screen step by step points given below:
- To bring up the Run pop-up, use the Win and R shortcut keys over the keyboard.
- After that, input ‘devmgmt.msc’ into it and press the OK button to launch the Device Manager.
- You should locate the currently installed Device driver and right-click on it, then hit the ‘Uninstall Device’ option.
- Later, shut the Device Manager screen and restart the PC.
- Now, check whether the issue happens before continuing with the following instructions.
Perform Drive Verifier
To perform drive verifier, pursue these on-screen step by step points given below:
- Press the Windows button on your system to invoke the Search tool.
- Thereafter, input ‘verifier’ into it and press the Enter key to open the Verifier screen.
- Once the ‘User Account Control’ screen is launched, hit the Yes button.
- You should choose the ‘Create custom settings (for code developers)’ option and hit the Next button.
- After that, choose every driver inside the list except the ‘DDI Compliance Checking’ and ‘Randomized low resources simulation’ options.
- Don’t forget to untick the above two drivers, and all the other drivers are ticked. Hit the Next button.
- You should click on the ‘Select driver names from a list’ option and hit the Next button. This will load a drivers list.
- Later, you require to choose each driver that Microsoft does not give.
- Now, hit the Finish button.
10.Thereafter, input ‘cmd’ inside the search section and select the ‘Run as administrator’ option to begin the Command Prompt with full privileges.
11.Finally, input the pursuing command and press the Enter button to ensure that the Driver Verifier is performing: verifier /query settings
12.Lastly, restart the system.
Identify the Corrupt Driver
To identify the corrupt driver, pursue these on-screen step by step points given below:
- Once reboot the PC, keep utilizing the PC usually until the PC crashes again. Allow the PC to crash several times until it displays to you what drivers are causing the crash.
- Once crashed, the Driver Verifier will show a message like DRIVER_VERIFIED_DETECTED_VIOLATION (drivername.sys).
- Once you get the driver’s name, browse it on Google to locate the associated device and uninstall the driver, then the system from the system, update it, or install the previous version of the exact driver.
Stop Driver Verifier
To stop the Driver Verifier, pursue these on-screen step by step points given below:
- First and foremost, launch the Command Prompt as administrator by following the steps above.
- Now, insert the pursuing command and press the Enter button: verifier /reset
Use Restore Point
To use the Restore Point, pursue these on-screen step by step points given below:
- Use Win and S shortcut buttons simultaneously over the keyboard to launch the search tool.
- After that, input ‘restore point’ into it and hit the Enter key to launch the ‘Create a Restore Point’ option.
- You should select the ‘Restore’ button.
- Then click on the ‘Select a different restore point’ option.
- Thereafter, choose a restore point made before the system begins to crash and hit the Next button.
- Later, check the alert message and hit the Finish button.
- Now, you have to wait for the restore point to restore the system to a previous state operating without any problems.
Read Official Blog Post – The Computer Has Rebooted From a Bugcheck Windows 10: Here Are the Fixes