If your Windows OS does not start properly due to the Driver Power State Failure then you can resolve this issue by following the methods which are given below.
Case 1: Enabling Safe Mode in a working Windows 10 environment
Step 1: Press the Windows Key + R to open up the Run dialog box
Step 2: Type ‘MSConfig’ and press Enter
Step 3: Click on the ‘Boot’ tab and click on ‘Safe Boot’ option
Step 4: Click on OK button and restart your device
Case 2: Enabling Safe Mode in a non-working Windows 10 environment
If windows would not boot normally, then you need to make sure that you boot your system from a Windows Installation Media.
Some of the other methods via which you can fix the “Driver Power State Failure” are as follows:
Method 1: Uninstalling Antivirus
The first method you can try to resolve the problem is by uninstalling the antivirus in your system. This has brought successful results in most computers working on Windows 7 and above.
Method 2: Preventing Devices to sleep whilst unused
Step 1: Right Click on the Start menu and select Device Manager
Step 2: Clicking on the same would open the Network Adapters dialog box
Step 3: Right Click on the Wireless Adapter and click on Properties
Step 4: On the Power Management Tab, click on the “Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power”
(In case you have a Bluetooth adaptor, then perform the same functions as mentioned above)
Step 5: Click on OK and restart your device
Method 3: Change Power management Settings to Wi-Fi or Bluetooth adaptors respectively
Changing the Power Settings to Maximum for the provided adaptor could resolve the issue you are facing on your system.
Step 1: open Control Panel from the Start menu
Step 2: Click on the Power Options
Step 3: Click on “Change Plan Settings’ (just beside ‘Balanced’)
Step 4: Click on Change Advanced Power Settings
Step 5: Scroll down and you would have the expandable option to Wireless Adapter settings
Step 6: Now set the ‘On battery’ and ‘Plugged in’ setting to their maximum performance
Method 4: Installing an older driver for your display
Rolling back to an older version for your display could resolve the problem you are facing if none of the above methods happen to work
Step 1: Uninstall the currently installed display drivers in your system and restart your PC
Step 2: After restarting your PC, go to your official display driver’s website and download the older version for the currently installed graphics driver on your PC.