How to fix Kmode exception not handled error [10 Steps]

Kmode exception not handled is one of the BSOD errors. There could be many reasons for the BSOD error such as issues in RAM, faulty drivers, bad registries, etc. Here in this guide, we’ve compiled 10 steps to fix the Kmode exception not handled BSOD error.

How to fix the Kmode exception not handled error?

Step1[Enter safe mode and install the missing drivers]:

Alright, so this step is for those users who can’t access their Windows 10 as it might be stuck in the restart loop. To enter the Safe Mode and install drivers, follow the steps mentioned below:

  • Press Windows key + L key
  • Open the power button menu and click on the restart while holding the shift key simultaneously
  • Now in the boot options, click on troubleshoot
  • Then click on Advanced Options and head over to Startup Settings
  • Next, click on the restart button
  • After your computer restarts, keep pressing the F5 key to enter the Safe Mode and choose Enter Safe Mode with Networking

After you’ve entered the Safe Mode install the missing drivers by following the steps given below:

  • Press Windows key + X key
  • Then select Device Manager from the menu
  • Now find unknown devices in the Device Manager, right-click them and click on Update driver
  • Next, select Search automatically for updated driver software
  • After the missing drivers are installed exit safe mode and see if the issue is fixed

Step 2[Uninstall your McAfee antivirus software]:

It is reported that the McAfee antivirus tends to cause this error so you should consider uninstalling your antivirus if it’s McAfee as uninstalling it can fix the problem.

Step 3[Rename the problematic file]:

It was seen that changing the name of the problematic file helped users to fix the problem for example: if the file that caused the handled BSOD was (bdselfpr.sys) so by changing it to bdselfpr.s_ resolved the issue.

Step 4[Uninstall On/OFF Gigabyte]

Step 5[Manually set your CPU voltage]

Step 6[Update BIOS]

Step 7[Check RAM]

Step 8[Update network drivers]

Step 9[Replace your RAM]

Step 10[Uninstall BitDefender and Cisco VPN client]


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