How to Fix System thread exception not handled

This is an article based on how you could fix the blue screen problem in Windows 10 or 8 OS, also known as, ‘SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED’.

This error mainly occurs when invalid or corrupted video drivers in your system happen to stay intact. There are some methodologies as follows which might help you to follow the same.

To resolve the System thread exception not handled error perform the steps which are mentioned below:

Step 1: Start Windows in Safe Mode

Method 1: If you can sign in to Windows:

In order to start Windows in Safe Mode, perform the following steps:

  • Click on the Shift Key and navigate to the Power option. Click on Restart there.
  • After restarting your system, navigate to Troubleshoot, then Advanced Option and after that to the Startup Settings
  • Over on to the next screen, click on Restart
  • on the next screen, click on option 4 in order to start Windows in Safe Mode

Method 2: If you cannot sign in to Windows:

In case you are not able to sign in to Windows, perform the following steps:

  • with the help from another computer, create a backup of Windows with the help of Windows Installation media
  • Inside the command prompt window, type in the following command and click on Enter

bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy


  • After this, the following message will be displayed, “The Operation Completed Successfully”
  • Type in Exit to exit the command prompt Window
  • Remove the Backup File of Windows and Restart your system
  • Keep pressing windows on your keyboard until the Advanced Boot option turns up on your monitor
  • Highlight the option saying Safe Mode using the arrow keys on your keyboard and press Enter

Step 2: Uninstall the Display Drivers

  • Click on Windows + R option in order to open up the Run Dialog box
  • Type in devmgmt.msc over on the pop-up box and press Enter
  • Expand the Display Adapters
  • Right Click on your installed Adapter and click on Uninstall Device
  • Check the Delete the Driver Software and press Uninstall henceforth
  • After the uninstallation process has occurred, let your Operating System reinstall the drivers for your preferred display adapter.

In case Windows is not able to find the Display drivers for your system, you could navigate over to the VGA manufacturer’s website and download the needed driver manually. After downloading you could install the same too without any hassle.

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