How To Fix System Thread Exception Not Handled BSOD Error – Ultimate Guide


Fix System Thread Exception Not Handled

First things first, BSOD is a very common problem among Windows 8 and Windows 10 users. Also, it can occur at any time while the start-up of Windows or while doing any random facts work. Whereas it is unpredictable when it can occur, but for most users, it usually occurs at boot time. So we are mentioning several ways (applicable to both Windows 8 and 10 users) to fix this issue for users who get BSOD at startup or when it appears unpredicted. And any of the solutions will NOT require you to have bootable media of Windows 8 or 10 as most users don’t have these by default.  In this article, you will find details about How To Fix System Thread Exception Not Handled.

How To Fix System Thread Exception Not Handled

Windows Inbuilt Recovery

Windows 8 and 10 have inbuilt recovery and if you ran into any startup issue during boot of OS, it’ll show up offering you options to fix your computer. But the question is, how to reach those options. Many people suggest using Bootable CD or USB for windows, as they help to get users the same tools with convenience which are already there is operating system recovery system. So, in order to get into recovery mode of Windows 8 or 10, do following steps

Steps To Follow

  • Step1: When you get BSOD, just close the PC using the power button, press it continuously till it get switched off.
  • Step2: Power ON and OFF it abruptly when the Windows logo appears during the boot process. Additionally, repeat this 3-4 times, until windows show you various recovery options.
  • Step3: Assuming you reached the Windows 8 or 10 recovery options, go into Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Command Prompt.
  • Step4: Type the following command (sfc /scannow /offbootdir=c:\ /offwindir=c:\windows).
  • Step5: It’ll find some errors but shall not be able to fix all. Whereas, run the following command then: bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy.
  • Step6: Now close the command prompt and reboot the computer.

Disable Hardware Acceleration in Chrome

Steps To Follow

  • Step1: Open Google Chrome.
  • Step2: Type in chrome://flags in the address bar and Enter.
  • Step3: Scroll down and navigate yourself to “GPU compositing on all pages“.
  • Step4: Select “Disabled” from the dropdown. It would be “Default” by default.
  • Step5: Click Relaunch Now. Chrome will close and restart.

Disable Hardware Acceleration of Adobe Flash Player

  • Step1: Go to Adobe Flash Help Page.
  • Step2: Scroll down to Step 5 that has animated tree embedded flash object.
  • Step3: Right-click on the animation and select “Settings“.
  • Step4: Dialog box of Adobe Flash Player Settings would open.
  • Step5: Uncheck “Enable Hardware Acceleration“.
  • Step6: Now, Close the browser.
  • Step7: Restart the Browser.
  • Step8: Repeat the steps with other installed browsers.

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