Solutions to fix evbda.sys errors on Windows 10 [BSOD]
In recent years, related BSOD error has been reduced to an extent but not extinct yet. BSOD error may be temporary, and a quick restart may be able to fix it. Other times, it can be a severe mistake and leave your PC unusable for days.
Linda.sys error is one of the critical blue screens of death error like that usually leaves your PC can not be used to prevent the Windows boot success. PC, you can also go into an endless loop, leaving no option for recovery.
How to fix the error evada.sys on Windows?
The evbda.sys fault behave differently on different computers. While some people may boot into Windows before computer crash errors, some users find it difficult even to affect the process.
Below I have listed some of the solutions and try to incorporate improvements to both scenarios.
Solution 1: Remove and check the peripheral device to issue
At times evbda.sys errors can occur for a peripheral device that does not function as an external keyboard, mouse, external hard drive, USB Hub, etc.
- To fix this problem, start by diagnosing your external devices such as a printer, mouse, USB, hardware, external GPU, webcam, etc. Remove and check all the tools one by one until you find the culprit.
- If you find a faulty device, connect it to another computer and see if it recognizes the device without not working. If not, you may need to install a compatible driver for the device manually.
- First, install the latest version available from the official website or your computer manufacturer’s website if the problem remains, downgrade, and find previous device drivers’ previous versions.
Solution 2: Run the System File Checker
OS Windows comes with a built-in command line-based System File Checker scans the drive installation for missing or corrupt system files. If found, Sfc fixes the problem by replacing the damaged system files with a cached version of the system files from the local drive.
- You can run the command Sfc / Scannow to start the scanning process. Here’s how to do it.
- Click Cortana / Search bar and type in cmd – Right-click on the option Command Prompt and choose Run as administrator.
- When the command prompt, type the following command.Sfc / scannow
- Hit enter and wait for the System File Checker to find and fix the problem. This process may take some time, so be patient.
- If you can not get into Windows, you can open a Command Prompt on the Advanced Options screen. Check the instructions given in the # 1 solution – Option 2, to see how to access the Recovery
- Menu (Select the options screen) when you can not log into Windows.