How to Fix System Thread Exception Not Handled Error in Windows 10

When you use the Windows operating system, there would be several issues & errors you face. System thread exception not handled is one of them. It may occur due to several faulty files like nvlddmkm.sys, CMUDA.sys, atikmdag.sys, nwifi.sys & many more. When it shows up the error message, it means your computer is already shut down & a restart is required.

Sometimes, this issue fixes up automatically and reboot the windows and then open normally. But it is a rare case because most of the time when it happens, you must have to fix it manually. We will show how to fix “system thread exception not handled error” in windows 10 step by step in this context. So let’s have a look & follow our instructions.

How to Fix ‘System Thread Exception Not Handled’ Error in Windows 10

As we said earlier, system thread exception not handled error occurs for faulty files. Graphics cards outdated, damaged hard drives, and corrupted drivers can be the other reasons behind it. We have found some proper way to fix it. Here we’ll point these ways individually.

System Thread Exception Not Handled

1. Find out which Driver is Faulty

If you face the system error problem, first you have to find out the faulty drivers. Here we’ll illustrate the way to look for wrong drivers using a driver agent. Driver agent is a third-party tool that can quickly identify which driver is good & which one is wrong.

Step 01: First, download the Driver Agent software from its official or other sites.

How to Fix ‘System Thread Exception Not Handled’ Error in Windows 10

Step 02: Run the downloaded driver agent setup file & install it on your Windows (OS)

Find out which Driver is Faulty

Step 03: After successfully installing, open the software on your Windows. It will locate all drivers of a system & then open the list on a browser.

How to Fix ‘System Thread Exception Not Handled’ Error in Windows 10

Step 04: You will see a green sign if the drive is good. If the driver is bad, it will show a red alert. Click on the red sign option & update it.

How to Fix ‘System Thread Exception Not Handled’ Error in Windows 10

2. Update, Roll Back or Reinstall your Drivers

This process is practiced only when the computer boots into safe mode or Windows. It is utilized to fix drivers’ incompatibility.

Step 01: First, open the device manager. To open it, press the windows+X key and then select “device manager” from the menu bar.

Update, Roll Back or Reinstall your Drivers

Step 02: Press on the disk drives option & then right-click on the drivers. You will see an interface like this. Now press on the “update driver” option.

Update, Roll Back or Reinstall your Drivers

3. Roll Back Drivers

To roll back the drivers you can follow the below steps and fix the problem.

Step 01:Open device manager by clicking on “Windows+x.” Now select the drivers & click on the right button.

Roll Back Drivers

Step 02: Press on the properties option and select Roll Back Drivers, then press ok.

4. Reinstall

By following below steps it will be easy to reinstall the drive and fix the system thread problem.

Step 01: First, uninstall the drive from the device manager. Follow the instruction as we marked in the image below.

Reinstall

Step 02: After uninstalling the drivers, find the drivers on its manufacturer’s website & install them again.

5. Rename The Faulty Driver

If you face the system thread exception not handled error, you can fix it by changing the driver name. The process has been illustrated below.

Step 01: Search command prompt in the computer search bar.

Rename the faulty driver

Step 02: Write into the command prompt box. Type  c: windows\system32>drivers & hit enter.

Rename the faulty driver

Step 03: Now write c: windows\system32>ren FILENAME.sys FILENAME.old (replace files name with your Windows faulty driver)

Rename the faulty driver

Step 04: Now type c: windows\system32>exit to close the command prompt box & restart your system. “System thread exception not handled error” message won’t show again.

6. Repair Your System Files

If you think the system thread error occurs due to interrupted files, you can repair them by following the process.

Step 01: First press the Windows+X key  & then select “command prompt admin”. Now type “c:windows\system\32>sfc /scannow” and press enter.

Repair Your System Files

Step 02: If the issue continues after running SFC, run the  DIMS command to fix the SFC issue. Open command prompt admin and type c:windows\system32>DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /restorehealth & press enter.

Repair Your System Files

Step 03: Now restart your PC & then run the SFC command successfully. We hope your corrupted system file will be repaired.

7. Restore Your PC to an Earlier Version

You can stop getting system thread error messages by restoring your PC to an earlier version. Here is the procedure of the PC to a previous version.

Step 01: Press the “Windows key”, search  “Create a restore point,” and tap Enter.

Restore Your PC to an Earlier Version

Step 02: Now go to the “system protection”  & press on the “system restore.”

Restore Your PC to an Earlier Version

Step 03: After processing has finished, click the “next” button. Wait for a moment and click the “close” option when it is restored successfully.

Restore Your PC to an Earlier Version

8. Install the Latest Graphics Drivers

To install the latest graphics drivers, follow the procedure we mentioned below.

Step 01: First, press on the “Windows+X”  key & go to “Device manager,” & press on “display adapter options.”

Install the Latest Graphics Drivers

Step 02: Now press on the right button and choose the “Properties” option. From the top menu, press “Driver” and then click on the “Update Driver” option & press “Ok.”

Install the Latest Graphics Drivers

9. Disable Third-Party Antivirus

You can easily disable third-party antivirus, after following the below steps thoroughly.

Step 01: Press the “Windows key” button from your keyboard and then write “Windows Security.” on the windows search bar.

Disable third-party antivirus

Step 02: Tap “Enter” on the keyboard, select “Virus & Threat Protection,” and click the “Manage Setting” option below.

Disable third-party antivirus

Step 03: Click on the flip switch under “Real-Time Protection & Turn It Off.

Disable third-party antivirus

10. Use SFC Command Line

Below steps through the SFC command line will help you to fix the system thread problem very smoothly.

Step 01: First, you have to run the “command prompt admin” by pressing the “Windows+x key” from the keyboard.

Use SFC Command Line

Step 02: Now type “c:Windows\system32>sfc scannow” & press. Wait until the verification is complete.

Use SFC Command Line

11. Start Windows in Safe Mode

Another easy way to fix the problem is start your windows with safe mode. Read below steps to learn more.

Step 01: Select “Power and Restart” from the “Start Menu” and then press and hold the “Shift” key.

Step 02: After showing “choose an option”select troubleshoot>advanced options>startup setting >restart.

Start Windows in Safe Mode

Start Windows in Safe Mode

Start Windows in Safe Mode

Start Windows in Safe Mode

Step 03: Now press F4 to start your PC in safe mode.

12. Uninstall Display Drivers

This method is also effective to fix your problem. You can follow the steps and fix the problem.

Step 01: First, open the device manager by clicking the Windows+X key. Then select the Display Adapter & double click on it.

Uninstall Display Drivers

Step 02: Keep the mouse cursor on your graphics card option & double click on the left button. Now select “Driver” & then the “Uninstall Driver option. Now press “Ok.”

Uninstall Display Drivers

Final Words

In the above, we have pointed up a solution of system thread exception not handled error in Windows 10. Hopefully, one of these methods will be able to restore your computer. However, if you face any issues while solving this error, let us know in our comment section.

Hello! This is Denny Davis. I’m a software engineer, specialized in windows and android platforms. The “Fixing Advice” is the site that I specially designed to solve your android and windows related technical problems.

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