KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED on Windows 10 : How to Fix

The Blue Screen of Death is here again, and you are stuck with a big blue screen that says Kmode_exception_not_handled Windows 10 and your system is restarting gain and again. This may occur to you when you recently upgraded to Windows 10. Don’t worry about this issue. We have shared working solution for KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED error.

The BSOD error has become quite popular after Microsoft released the Windows 10 upgrade. The cause of the kmode exception not handled on Windows 10 can be many ranging from incompatible driver to bad firmware. But do not fret because we have all the solutions right here that you can try to fix this kind of error on Windows 10.

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Fix Kmode_exception_not_handled Windows 10 Error

Uninstalling third-party antivirus software

Sometimes kmode_exception_not_handled in Windows 10 can be caused due to a third-party antivirus software. So before you jump on to any other bug method, you should try and uninstall any third-party antivirus on your system. Many users facing the same problem have considered MacAfee antivirus as a cause. So, if you have any antivirus, especially MacAfee, do uninstall it.

Now, check if the problem is still there or not.

If yes, then proceed to the next solution.

Uninstalling Gigabyte

The ON/OFF Gigabyte can also cause your system to have the kmode_exception_not_handled error. The reason to this is some of the drivers for Gigabyte are incompatible or old. So, if you have ON/OFF Gigabyte on your PC, uninstall it right away and check if the problem still continues to occur.

Do not panic if you still have the problem, try out the next one!

Fixing a corrupt or missing driver

More often, kmode_exception_not_handled Windows 10 error is caused by an outdated, missing or incompatible driver in your system. You can follow the following steps:

Step #1 : If your system is restarting gain and again, you may consider doing the following procedure in Safe Mode.

If see the Windows Recovery Environment, select Troubleshoot, then click on Advance Options. Inside that select Startup setting and now click on Restart button. Press F5 while your system I restarting and then select Safe Mode with Networking.

*If you cannot enter safe mode by this method, try the following steps:

  • Restart your PC after inserting Windows 10 installation media and restart your computer again.
  • Press Del or F2 while your system boots so that you can enter BIOS.
  • Set your Windows 10 installation media as the first boot device. Save the changes and exit
  • Press any key to start the process.
  • Click next and select Repair your computer on the Windows Setup windows
  • Choose Troubleshoot and select advanced options.
  • In advanced options, select Command Prompt and type “C:” and press Enter.
  • Now, type the following and hit enter to run the command.
  • BCDEDIT /SET {DEFAULT} BOOTMENUPOLICY LEGACY
  • Once the command executes properly, type exit and hit enter.
  • Click continue to restart your system and remove the Installation media.

Step #2: Once you are in Safe Mode, press Windows+X key on the keyboard. Select from the menu Device Manager.
In the Device Manager, scroll down and see if there are nay unknown devices. If you find any, right-click on them and select Update Driver Software.

Step #3: Windows will automatically search for the driver or you can browse for it in your system.

Step #4: After installing drivers, you can exit the Safe Mode. Check if you still have Windows 10 kmode_exception_not_handled error.

Don’t lose all your hopes if you still the BSOD, we have some more solutions for this kind of problem.

Check CPU power usage

Another reason reported by many users facing the windows 10 kmode_exception_not_handled error is you CPU. So to fix it check your CU voltage manually or take the help of an expert to fix this.

Check your RAM

Ram can also cause the kmode_exception_not_handled error and to check whether it’s your RAM that is causing the error, follow these steps:

  • Press Windows+R and type the following on Run:
  • Mdsched.exe and press enter.
  • The Windows Memory Diagnostic Window will pop up.
  • The Memory Diagnostic tool will automatically scan your RAM for issues and fix it.
  • Now check if the windows 10 kmode_exception_not_handled error still occurs or not.

There are some more errors just like Windows 10 kmode_exception_not_handled such as kmode_exception_not_handled netio.sys and kmode_exception_not_handled ntfs.sys. If you are facing any one of them, here is how you can fix them-

HOW TO FIX Windows 10 kmode_exception_not_handled netio.sys error

The only way to fix this error is by updating your Network driver. For this, you will have to go to your network adapter manufacturer’s official website and download it from there. Make sure you are downloading the latest version and from the official website only.

HOW TO FIX Windows 10 kmode_exception_not_handled ntfs.sys error

This error is related to a bad or faulty RAM. To fix this you will have to replace your Ram with a new one.

Conclusion

So, these were the ways to fix the windows 10 kmode_exception_not_handled error. Hope this helped you and your problem is fixed. You can leave a comment if you have any questions about the problem. Feel free to post suggestions, feedbacks and your own methods! Stay tuned Windows 10 Helps for more.

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