How To Fix The Bugcheck KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED Windows PC Error

Have you been facing the trouble of the code Bugcheck KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED Windows PC Error appearing again and again and have no idea why it happens? You should know that you must find ways to tackle this problem for they pose a significant threat to all your data as well as component files.  This error lets us know that an exception was generated by the kernel mode of the program and was not caught by the error handler. You should be aware that the Windows have the tendency of rebooting itself and then comes up with this pop-up message that says this.

You should be made aware of, the causes of this error message occurring, and some of them have been listed below:

  • The issue in your Windows PC.
  • It could occur because of the discordant driver or a Hardware that has faults.
  • Unexpected shutdown of the PC.
  • Mistaken deleting of any of the vital applications or even hardware.
  • Issues with the hardware compatibility
  • When you don’t let the uninstallation process finish of a driver or even software applications
  • When the Memory or RAM fails
  • Blue Screen of Death

Certain methods to solve the Bugcheck KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED Windows PC Error

This article will now attempt to make you understand certain methods which you can use to get rid of this rather hazardous issue while surfing your PC.

  • One of the first ways to get rid of this problem would be by enabling the Legacy Advanced Boot Menu in Command Prompt for which you will have to restart your Windows PC, go into the BIOS setup and also configure the device to initiate a booting from all the DVD/CD.

  • After doing this, you will be required to save the altered windows bootable installation DVD to the optical media drive CD/DVD. Then you will have to ‘Press any key to boot from CD or even DVD’ on the Windows setup box that has been displayed and select the Next option. When the next page appears, select the option that says ‘repair your PC’ and choose the Troubleshoot option from whose screen you can select the advanced option. On this click, the CMD on the CLI, Type the letter C and press the Enter button wherein you will have to type the command ‘BCEDIT / SET {DEFAULT} BOOTMENUPOLICY LEGACY” and press Enter once again.
  • You can also try running chkdsk /f Command in CMD for any Hard Disk Errors by going to the start menu and going to the Command Prompt and typing the command chkdsk /F /R and press the Enter button and the Y button to initiate the rebooting process and wait for a few moments before restarting your PC again.
  • You can also consider running an SFC /scan now Command in CMD by starting your PC first in safe mode and opening CMD with the presence of administrative privilege and then proceed to enter the SFC/scanner command and wait for the scanning process to finish. This will help you find the corrupt file and also a new copy which you will have to install.
  • Another method you can try is to update your Windows Driver by going to the start menu and then to the Control Panel to proceed scrolling down and going to the Windows Update section and select it so that you can check if there is any newly latest driver update available and if not you should proceed to update or put it to the ‘automatically update’ option. You must go toward the left side and click the option that says ‘Changes Settings’ which will open a drop-down menu from wherein you will have to choose the option “Install Updates Automatically” and select the OK button to save the configuration.



  • You could also Run Windows in the safe mode for which you will have to the Start menu and select the Shutdown menu that appears as a drop down and restarts.

  • You will then have to replace the battery and insert it again and when the system restarts click on the Safe mode and waits for a few minutes for it finish restarting.
  • You can also run windows automatic repair by going to the start menu and to the PC settings from there to click the Troubleshoot option over there. When it opens, you have to select the ‘Advanced options’ and after it happens to wait for some time.
  • You can also solve this error code problem by checking for failure issues in your PC’s hardware by going to the start menu and then to the ‘RUN’ option wherein you will have to type the command “mdsched.exe” and press the Enter button to start the process.


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