How to Fix WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR for Windows 10, 8, 7

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If you experience the same, you get the error message: WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR can be classified as one of many Windows errors, titled “Blue Screen of Death” . You can probably see why it is called from the screenshot above, and this is the kind of error that appears in different forms and forms. If you want to see all variations of errors, then I recommend reviewing this article. You will see that there are a few dozen, each with their own small differences.

But back to this particular mistake. So, while I know that the title BSOD may seem daunting, but it really is not that bad. Windows is the operating system that is competent enough, so when this error occurs, it automatically reboots the computer. Still sucks, but it should not cause great damage since the reboot should prevent this damage.

Cause of error

There are several possible things that can cause this error. It will not really be possible to diagnose which one until you have tried the solution, but here is the general schedule so that you can know what to expect with the solution.

# 1: The hardware is corrupted
The most common cause of this error is that the hardware (or memory) has been corrupted.

# 2: Conflict drivers
Other possible causes are driver incorrectly configured or outdated conflict within the system. This may occur after Windows driver update or upgrade (downgrade). This is a common cause of Windows errors and many others.

Cause # 3: The registry file or corrupt system
Another thing that many users report as errors is important system files or registry keys are damaged or missing. It can happen because the hard drive read / write errors, power outage or virus attack.

Now that you have a basic knowledge about what can cause this error, we will discuss the specifics of how to fix this cause.

How can I fix it?

Solution 1: Check the driver

If you have only installed the new driver, make sure it is compatible with the version of Windows you are currently running on your computer.

  • To do this, proceed as follows:
  • Press the Windows + C key to open the charm bar.
  • Type device manager in the search box
  • Determine if there are any corrupt drivers installed from the list of installed drivers. You can do this by scrolling through the list, and if an error occurs, it will appear under the driver’s name.
  • If no errors are reported in the Device Manager, update the software drivers you recently installed. To do this, right-click the driver and select Update driver software.


Solution 4 – Run Windows memory diagnostics

The final solution is similar to the latter in both the method and what has been achieved. You will basically run the program again, and it did not work, then you know the problem is in your hard drive.

Also, this is a bug that is not easily repaired, so if this is the case, you should take it or contact customer support for further support. With this step, you can only determine exactly what caused the error. Most of the time you should also get to this step, but if you do, that is it.

  • To check the memory for hardware, we need to open the startup screen once and then look for Windows memory diagnostics. If it is displayed, click on it.
  • Let the program run, and as before, if you stop on the way debt then you know the problem has to do with your hard drive.

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