Under Windows 10, the System Thread Exception Not Handled error manifests itself as a blue screen ( BSoD for Blue Screen of Death in English). This can happen to you while you are using your PC, or while booting up, making it impossible to access the desktop.
Find the source of the System Thread Exception Not Handled on Windows 10.
The bugs causing this error code can be multiple.
Want to quickly identify the source of the problem? Software such as WhoCrashed or BlueScreenView will generate a report with the source of the BSOD.
Solve the System Thread Exception Not Handled
Solution ndeg 1: Boot Windows 10 into Safe Mode.
- Press Windows on startup
- Go to Settings
- Go to Update and Security
- Click on Recovery
- On advanced startup, click Restart Now
- Windows restarts
- In the window Choose an option, click on Troubleshooting
- Click on Advanced Optionsin Troubleshooting
- Then Startup Settings
- Then click on Restartin Startup Settings
- Finally, press F4 (no-fail mode), F5 (no-fail mode with networking) or F6 (no-fail mode with command prompt).
Solution ndeg2 : Update drivers
- Click on the Windows
- Go to the Device Manager
- In the manager, choose update driver
- Right click on the driver
- Click on Search for an automatically updated driver
After installing the new driver, restart your computer and see if the blue screen is corrected.
Solution ndeg 3: SFC analysis
Corrupted or damaged system files may be the cause of the error [System Thread Exception Not Handled]. An SFC analysis will repair the files in question.
- Press the Windows
- Look for the command prompt in the Start menu by typing cmd
- Right click on cmd and then select Run as administrator
- In the command prompt window, type the command sfc/scannow then press enter
- Once the command runs, wait for the scan to finish
- Restart Windows 10 and see if the error was resolved
Solution ndeg4 : Antivirus scanning
- Go to settings > update and security
- Click on Windows security then Protection against viruses and threats
- Click on scanning options
- Choose the option Full scan and click on scan now
Solution ndeg5: Update Windows 10 operating system
- Click on the icon Windows
- Go to settingsthen update and security
- Update Windows> search for updates
Windows will search for the latest updates available. Install them and then reboot your PC to see if the blue screen has disappeared.
Solution ndeg 6 : Uninstall applications and other unnecessary files
Uninstall applications :
- Go to settings
- Select Applications
- Click on Applications and features
- Right click on unnecessary applications and click on Uninstall
You can also delete unnecessary files to free up space in your system. This can solve the error [System Thread Exception Not Handled].
Solution ndeg 7: Run the CHKDSK
A BSoD may originate from a bad sector on the hard disk. This command finds the sector in question to solve the problem.
- Click on the Windows
- Look for cmd in the start
- Right click on cmdthen Run as administrator
- In the command promptwindow that appears type the command chkdsk c /f (type the letter corresponding to the driver in which the operating system is installed) then click Enter
chkdsk c: /f
At the end of the process, reboot your PC to make sure you don’t have any more blue screen. If you are a complete novice and are afraid to do this, tools likePC Repair Tool exist and can do the job for you.