Fix KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED On Windows 8, 10

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Have you experienced an error while updating on Windows 10? Then confused how to solve the error problem such as banner image above? Well if you’ve experienced it means more or less our fate. I personally too often experience error error updates in Windows 10. Sometimes upset, have a lot of waste quotas er eruption and must be repeated.

Microsoft itself is always held regular updates in Windows 10 to make improvements, bug fixes, UI changes are increasingly user-friendly and most often is an increase in security and convenience. For that we as the user is important to always do the update in Windows 10. Windows 10 itself has been pinning the update for us to access through the settings menu. The update is automatic and can not be paused but when the internet connection is broken, the update can resume.

If you encounter the same thing with this problem, the type of error KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED is also known as a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) that occur on a Windows-based operating system, and may cause them to reboot unexpectedly shut down. This error inspection shows the value 0X0000001E. STOP errors indicate that the error handlers do not catch exceptions from kernel mode programs.

This could be due to incorrect hardware or incompatible device drivers, new software programs installed, system services corrupt or inconsistent, and so on. In most cases, this problem can be solved by updating device drivers to the new hardware that is causing the problem. How to fix it? The administrator must start the system in safe mode and make appropriate changes from there. Because Windows 8 is not opened by pressing F8 or Shift + F8 on the system starting in safe mode, the administrator must manually run the old legacy boot menu, in safe mode enabled. Once activated, the administrator can enter safe mode by pressing F8 key, then delete or update the hardware driver.

NOTE: If you are updating device drivers, the administrator must select Safe Mode with Network from the Advanced Startup menu that appears.

To enable Legacy Advanced Boot Menu

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To enable the enhanced boot menu legacy in Windows 8, step-by-step instructions below should be followed:

  • Windows 8 Start your computer.
  • Enter the BIOS settings and configure the system to boot from the CD / DVD drive.
  • Save the settings that were changed in the BIOS and restart the computer.
  • Insert the Microsoft Windows 8 installation DVD to boot into the optical drive (CD / DVD drive).
  • If any key is prompted to press CD or DVD to boot, press any key to boot the computer from the support DVD.
  • Setup on a Windows machine that is displayed, click Next.
  • On the next page, click Repair Computer.
  • On the Screen option, click Troubleshoot.
  • On the troubleshooting screen, click Advanced Options.
  • In the Advanced Options screen, click Command Prompt.
  • At the command prompt, type Window C, Type:, and then press Enter.
  • At the C: prompt, issue the command BCDEDIT / SET {DEFAULT} BOOTMENUPOLICY LEGACY, and press Enter to enable the boot menu of extended inheritance.
  • After the command completes successfully, the input prompt closes the EXIT command.
  • Back to the box Select an option screen, click Next to restart the computer Windows 8.┬áThank you for reading this article until the last paragraph, if this article useful you can share to social media Google+, Facebook and others. thanks. – John Sadino –

 

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