How to fix the display adapter code 31 error on Windows 10

How to fix the display adapter code 31 error on Windows 10

If there is something with your VDU, maybe because of code error 31.

Before jumping to the solution, we must mention that code errors 31 can only be a temporary device manager problem.

Thus, enough restart Windows might be fixed repairs.

After rebooting, open the Device Manager, right-click the display adapter, and select the property to open the General tab that includes the status of the device and see if the mistake is still there.

If yes, let’s move on to a more technical solution. We will guide you step by step.

1.Use hardware solvers and devices

  • Type of problem solving in the Home screen search box.
  • Open the problem solvers.
  • Select the hardware and device listed with troubleshooting, then press the Run Troubleshooter button.
  • Wait for the finished scan. If you detect anything, you can choose this Apply Option.

2.Roll back windows with system recovery

  • Open Run, enter the RSTRUI in the text box, and click OK to open the system recovery.
  • Selecting recommended recovery will cancel the latest system changes.
  • If you need a little backward, select select different recovery points. (Note that recovering the window also removes the software installed after the selected recovery point.)
  • Click Options Show More Restore Points, then select the date to roll Windows back to.
  • Click Next / Finish and yes to give a system recovery forward to roll back Windows.

3.Edit registry

  • Open the run box and launch a registry editor by typing regedit.
  • Now open the following lane in the registry editor window:

Computer \ HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ System \ CurrentControlSet \ Control \ Class \ {4D36E968-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}
First, create a registry backup for {4D36E967-E325-11CE-BFC1-08002BE10318}

  • by clicking on the file / export.
  • Then enter the title for the backup file, select the folder for it and press the Save button.
  • Now right-click up to the right of the registry editor window and select Delete.
  • Right-click LowerFiltes and select Delete.
  • Close the registry editor, and then restart your device.
  • Note that not all display adapters include this registry value.

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