Sometimes we get an error in Windows Startup screen which ask us to go to the following link which is a very long procedure. In this article, we will help you that how to fix Kmode Exception Not Handled Error in Windows 10.

Stop code Sometimes, called Blue Screen Errors in Windows. This error sometimes appears when we update our computer BIOS. Yesterday this error has appeared on our PC and we search a lot about this error but did not find any valuable solution. So by trying more and more, we were able to fix this error. This error actually was appeared on our PC when we install Windows Updates and BIOS at the same time. When there was the collision in both these then it appeared. There are four methods which will help you to solve this errors. So let’s start that how to solve this error by applying methods one by one.

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1. Disable Fast Startup

We solve this problem with this method by disabling Fast Startup in control panel. To do this just from your keyboard, press the Win + R Keys combine. Type control panel and press Enter.

Open run and type Control Panel
Open run and type Control Panel

When control panel opened then click view by Large icons

Select Category as Large Icons
Select Category as Large Icons

When all icons appear then click Power Options to manage its settings.

Choose Power Options
Choose Power Options

when Power Options appear then from left side click Choose what the power buttons do.

Choose what the power options do
Choose what the power options do

When Choose the power options is opened then click Change the settings that are currently unavailable to enable extra settings.

Select Change settings that are currently unavailable
Select Change settings that are currently unavailable

When this feature will be enabled then scroll down and Uncheck the Turn on fast startup (recommended) and then click Save changes to save and exit.

Uncheck turn on fast Start Up (recommended)
Uncheck turn on fast Start-Up (recommended)

After that, you need to Restart Your PC to check the results.

Restart your pc to check your error
Restart your pc to check your error

2. Update Faulty Drivers

One of the most common causes of this problem is the use of old drivers or a faulty system driver.

There are two ways in which you can get the right drivers for your computer: manually or automatically.

Manual driver update – You can update your drivers manually by going to the manufacturer’s website for them, and searching for the most recent correct driver. Be sure to choose only drivers that are compatible with your Windows version.

Automatic driver update – If you don’t have the time, patience or computer skills to update your video and monitor drivers manually, you can, instead, do it automatically with Driver Easy or Driver Pack Solution. This both software will automatically detect your system and find the right drivers for your same hardware devices. learn more 

3. Uninstall unwanted Softwares/Drivers

Sometimes, software and drivers cause PC to turn into a problem. By Uninstalling them most time solve a lot of problems and it also increases computer speed. Therefore, you always try this method also.

First of all press Win + R keys combine and type control panel then press Enter.

Open run and type Control Panel
Open run and type Control Panel

When Control panel opens then select Uninstall a program and choose which software should be uninstalled.

Uninstall unwanted programs from PC
Uninstall unwanted programs from PC

4. Check Hardware Compatibility

If you upgraded your Windows 10 from the old version to latest version, and you see the Kmode_Exception_Not_Handled error happening quite often, your hardware compatibility might be at fault. 

You may need to check the Official Documentation provided by Windows 10 to see if your computer hardware is suitable to run Windows 10. 


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