Fix Whea Uncorrectable Error BSOD on Windows 7/8/8.1/10

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Whea Uncorrectable Error is a Blue Screen of Death error which often occur on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 or Windows 10.  Many of the Windows user experienced that problem. By the way, have you ever got the Whea Uncorrectable Error? Do you know what the methods to fix it? Generally, there are the causes of Whea Uncorrectable Error. Those are Incorrectly configured or corrupted device drivers, Virus or malware infection which has corrupted Windows system files, Damaged system files after you have installed software.

Corruption in Windows registry from a recent software change, Low CPU voltage, Driver conflict after installing new hardware,damaged hard disk, Corruption in memory (RAM), damaged registry files and then Whea Uncorrectable Error can be caused by a variety of hardware, firmware, driver or software problems. To fix Whea Uncorrectable Error, you can do some methods. In the text below, we will explainyou the methods to fix Whea Uncorrectable Error. Please follow its methods step by step.

Method 1: Run Window System File Checker (This method is applied for Windows 7, 8 or 10).

  1. Please click the “Start” button.
  2. Then please type “command” in the search box.
  3. Afterwards please Press the combination of CTRL + Shift on your keyboard. Press Enter.
  4. After that you will be asked a permission dialog box, please click Ok.
  5. Next a black box will open, then please type “sfc /scannow” and press Enter.
  6. The System File Checker will begin scanning for Whea Uncorrectable Error. Please follow the commands on-screen.

Method 2: Install All Available Windows Updates (This method is applied for Windows 7, 8 or 10).

  1. Please click the “Start” button.
  2. Then please type “command” in the search box and press Enter.
  3. Next the “Windows Update” dialog box will appear.
  4. After thatt you can click the “Install updates” button.

Method 3: Disable overlock in Bios (This method is applied for Windows 8, 8.1 or 10).

  1. Please open Start Menu and go to “Settings”.
  2. Then please click on “Update and Security”.
  3. Afterwards please find the “Recovery” tab.
  4. Then click on Advanced Startup and click on “Restart now”.
  5. After that on advanced startup, please go to “Troubleshoot”, then “Advanced Options” and then “UEFI Firmware Settings”.
  6. Next you have to click “Restart”. Automatically it will open Bios.
  7. Then in BIOS, you have to find the “Advanced” tab and disable Overclocking option.
  8. After that please save changes to Bios.
  9. The last you can restart your computer.

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Method 4: Check for hard Drive Corruption (This method is applied for Windows 7, 8 or 10).

  1. Please click the “Start” button.
  2. Then please type “command” in the search box.
  3. Afterwards please Press the combination of CTRL + Shift on your keyboard. Press Enter.
  4. After that you will be asked a permission dialog box, please click Ok.
  5. Next a black box will open, then please type “chkdsk” and press Enter.
  6. The Check disk will begin scanning for hard disk corruption. Please follow the commands on-screen.

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