How to Fix System Thread Exception Not Handled for Windows

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Are you a Windows user? Unwanted systemthread exception Blue Screen of Death is a very common problem among users of Windows 8 and Windows 10. And it could happen at any time at Windows startup or when random jobs. Can not predict if it could happen, but for most users, usually occurs when booting. So we mentioned a few ways to fix this problem for users who get BSOD on startup or when the program seems unpredictable. And one of the solutions you do not need to have boot media on Windows 8 or 10 because most users have not enabled it by default.

Furthermore, if an unsolicited issues exceptions solutions on Windows 8 and 10, Windows 8 and 10 have the built-in recovery and if you have problems with booting the OS start time, then the choice would appear to regulate your computer. But the question is how to achieve this option. Many people suggest to use a bootable CD or USB for Windows because they help the users the same device with the convenience of the existing system recovery system. So, go into the recovery mode of Windows or Windows 8, perform the following steps:

  1. When you get a BSOD, just close the PC by pressing the power button, and press and hold down until turned off.
  2. Power ON and OFF abruptly, while the Windows logo appears during the boot process. Repeat this process 3-4 times until the window displays various restore options.
  3. Assuming that you have reached your recovery options of Windows 8 or 10, go to Troubleshooting> Advanced Options> Prompt.
  • Run the following command in it:
    Sfc / scannow / offbootdir = c: \ / offwindir = c: \ windows
  • It will find some bugs, but not repair anything. Then also execute the following command:
    Bcdedit / set {default} inher bootmenupolicy
  • Now close the prompt and restart the computer.
  • Discover the drivers that cause you trouble
  • Install this free app named: WhoCrashed and run this utility to determine which driver caused the error to your BSOD SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED.
  • Utility output should be similar to the following:

it shows that atikmdag.sys is uncomfortable for my drivers. This may vary for most users.


Or, if you are not in a state to run the utility, perform the following steps:

  • Now you must open the computer in safe mode. So, as soon as you turn on the computer, press the F8 function key together with it until the operating system displays the boot options menu.
  • Select and enter Safe Mode.
  • During the boot process or after logging on, when you get the BSOD again, you will also not find the file names along with the system thread exception. The output will be like system thread exception. Unhandled (FILENAME.sys) filename is different for users.
  • Here is a list of the drivers and their associated file names:
  • Note the name of the file somewhere.
  • Restart and reboot suddenly you go to the computer, in the recovery mode Windows 8 or 10.
  • Navigate to Troubleshooting> Advanced Options> Command Prompt.
  • Where filename is that you mentioned above. Because I display an error message because atikmdag.sys, then I am command:Ren atikmdag.sys atikmdag.old
  • Close the prompt and restart.
  • Now the computer should start successfully.
  • Install the updated drivers that will cause you to make all these problems or go all right, then leave. Windows will automatically take care of it. Thank 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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