This KMode Exception Not Handled is a blue screen of death error overcame by many Windows 10 users. The most common reason for this issue is a faulty driver that can cause your system to restart several times. Then when your computer restarts again, the error appears again and cause a restart loop. Despite being frustrated due to this error, you can get some easy solutions from here to fix it in a jiffy.
Method One- Disable Fast Start-Up to Fix KMode Exception Not Handled
This is the easiest method to fix the blue screen of death issue. That’s why I have mentioned it at the top of our solution list. So, do the following and check if you can resolve the error.
- Visit Control panel from your Windows start option
- Then you have to click on System and Security to choose Power Options
- From the power options, click on Choose what power buttons do
- After that, click on Change settings that are currently available
- Then you have to uncheck the Turn on fast start-up box
- Finally, you have to save the changes.
These steps most of the times solve the problem. But if this is an exception for you, you can try out other solutions I have given below to resolve KMode Exception Not Handled BSOD error in Windows 10. You can also read:
Method Two-Update System Drivers to Resolve KMode Exception Not Handled Error
Old and corrupted Windows driver can cause this BSOD error. If you try to repair those drivers or update them, you can fix the error in no time. But sometimes updating drivers can trigger KMode Exception Not Handled error unless you restart your computer in safe mode.
The easiest process of booting up your computer in safe mode is to interrupt the normal booting process three times. And to perform that process, you have to turn on your PC and press the power button to turn it off before it finishes the bootup process.
You might have to press the button for four seconds to get the job done. The fourth time you reboot your system, you will see it is repairing automatically and looking for the broken drivers. You have to choose Advanced Options and then Troubleshoot to start troubleshooting. When your computer starts troubleshooting, just press number 4 from your computer to restart it in safe mode. After that, you have to follow the steps below-
- Press Windows+X together to open up a context menu. From there, you have to select Device Manager
- Search for Other Devices option from device manager and right-click on the Unknown Device
- Finally, you can click on Update Driver Software to start the update
- A screen will pop-up, and you have to click on Search automatically for updated driver software
- Wait while your system is updating the drivers
- Restart your PC after it’s done.
I agree this method is not as simple as the previous one. But you can apply this if you are facing the KMode Exception Not Handled BSOD error. In case you need any more suggestion, don’t forget to leave us a comment below.