How To Fix Stop Code System_Thread_Exception_Not_Handled

Got stuck with a Stop Code System_Thread_Exception_Not_Handled on your computer? Many of the Windows 10 users get to face this common BSOD error right after a few seconds of entering the operating system. But no worries, this is not any bad omen! And can be easily fixed following on with some workarounds.

This frozen blue screen error usually occurs due to a malfunctioning or outdated driver, causing inconvenience at times. However, various other reasons like memory conflicts, system incompatibility, and installation of a new program also add to the causes.

This article leads you through some of the best possible solutions to save you from the dilemma. You can refer to the following points to solve this BSOD issue.

Solution 1: Check and fix windows corrupt system files

Faulty system files are one of the main reasons resulting in  Stop Code System_Thread_Exception_Not_Handled error.  Concerning this, you can follow  CHKDSK command lines to check and repair the corrupt system files.

Step 1: Using the Windows shortcut keys, Win + R, open the jump list.

Step 2: Select ‘command prompt’ (admin).

Step 3: Type in the command line CHKDSK C: / F/ R/ and press Enter key.

The whole processing will take some time. Once the system finishes the work, restart your computer and check if the issue is solved. If this is not the case, then there must be any other problematic issue causing the problem.

Solution 2: Uninstall the recently installed program

Installing any third-party application can hover your system with significant issues; likewise, the BSOD error. If you’ve recently installed a program post which you witnessed the System_Thread_Exception_Not_Handled error—, then the application might be the leading cause of your problem. This is because certain programs don’t align with our system configuration, contributing to its malfunctioning.

Thus, walking through the following steps, uninstall any recently installed program:

Step 1: Open the ‘Run’ dialogue box, using the Windows shortcut keys ( Win + R).

Step 2: Type ‘Control Panel’ and hit the Enter key.

Step 3: Click on ‘Programs and Features’ to view all the programs on your system.

Step 4: Sort all your installed programs by date. Right-click on the recently downloaded applications to delete them.

Now, restart your device and check if the error still persists or not.

Solution 3: Enter the safe mode and fix system thread exception not handled error

To sign in your computer in safe mode, restart your system. Holding the shift key, press ‘F8’ frequently to enter the Windows Recovery Environment. Once entered, enable the ‘Safe Mode with Networking.’

Also, to fix the system_thread_exception_not_handled error, ensure learning the meanings of the file names associated with stop code errors. The filenames you get to see on the blue screen associate with a specific driver. For example, wifi class.sys relates to the Cisco wireless access points.

Now, to repair the driver problems, get along with the following steps:

Step 1: On the recovery screen, click on the ‘See advanced repair options.’ Select the troubleshoot and go through the advanced options.

Step 2: Go to the ‘Command Prompt’ and type following commands

cd

cd windows\system. 32\drivers

ren FILENAME. sys FILENAME.old

Step 3: Close the current tab and reboot.

These steps will probably work to solve the BSOD error. And if it doesn’t, try the other way round.

Solution 4: Reset Windows 10

Resetting Windows could be another effective solution to settle the system thread exception not handled error.

Reset Windows with the following steps:

Step 1: Click on the start tab and go to the settings.

Step 2: Click on the ‘Recovery’ option in the ‘Update and Security’ panel.

Step 3: Tap on ‘Reset this PC’ following on with the ‘keep my files’ option.

Once done, restart your device and check if it gets to solve the error.

Tom Parillo

Tom Parillo

I am interested in all things technology, especially automation, robotics and tech that helps change how society will live in the future.
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