Fix system thread exception not handled

Fix system thread exception not handled


Manually you can do that in device managers numerous different ways again – device manager but we’re going to show this way we can click on the Tab here like so and then you see here this PC or a beep Whatever you’ve called it [right-click] this and you want to click manage Ok and this will open up this box computer management From there you can see device manager and this one. I’m not device manager ok another way to quickly do [it] I’ll just quickly show is right click on the start button here and you can Look up in here, and you’ll see device manager here And this will just open this up straight away like so depending which way you want to go about it but it’s both the same now once you’re inside here as you can see this is your machine here now what you’re looking for is display adapters and Display adapters, you can see is a [virtualbox] graphics adapter here in this case but what we’re [going] to be looking for on your site will be amd or Nvidia and it will [left] the name of your graphics card here, okay now You could [right-click] on this and uninstall it this way if you wanted to or [you] can use the method that I’m going to use [also], you can come into the properties area here, and you can also see driver And there’s an option here to Rollback the driver And this is another good way of trying to go to an older version of the driving cases an issue like that as well but if you want [uninstalled] [it] that’s what I advise you to do is click [on] install and get rid of it and Then download the latest version before you do all this okay? so first off you want to get onto the internet and Get your driver surf as long as it’s not complete completely blue screen in all the time you can do this option so you want to get on the internet and go to your [NvIdia] and then type in video in here, and then you can click on drivers and Then you can get the latest drivers for you and the same thing for [a] and they pick out your graphics card You’ll know which graphics [card] you’ve got and then you select here and then you download them drivers Okay, do a search and it will let you download those drivers once you’ve got the latest drivers You’re pretty much good to [go] same thing for amd just type amd in there Educate your drivers now once you’ve got your drivers you want to get into safe mode [ok] So now we’ve got our driver on our desktop ready to go and what we’re going to do is get into safe mode Now windows 8 or windows 8.1 is a bit more trickier as long as you can get [to] the desktop for us for a little While you can actually get into safe mode, we’re going to go to the run here by right-clicking on the start button Type in here Ms. Config. Just like I’ve got here click ok and Once you’re inside here You will go to the boot tab here on the boot tab there should be a little boot options here Now once you finish this you will need to remove this but this will allow you to boost straight into safe mode Ok and apply [this] and ok and then restart the system Okay, so we’ll [just] let this load in Now we’re at the safe mode option here And what we want to do here is if you’re going to be doing it this way. I would advise [you] to uninstall using the display driver [and] [installer] this is a great program for getting rid of all the remnants from all those display drivers click on this okay, and then once you’ve got the display and installing you can see that it’s short for DDU and We’ve got it selected on amd at the moment now depending whether you’ve got an amd graphics driver Award or Nvidia you would select which one you want Once you’ve done that. Okay. You can remove the [see] area here This is what I’d advise you to do Because these remnants here will be having all those foals in so you want to make [sure] you get rid [of] everything So put the tick inside here to see amd or the C NVIdia folder that will have all those dots [it’s] files in you want to get rid of all [of] that stuff and replace it with a brand new graphics driver, okay? so depending on whether it’s on amd or Or [NvIdia] that’s what you need to do here then click on this one at the top clean and restart That’s highly recommended now uninstall everything and remove all the remnants from that machine Do that once you’ve done that you’re pretty much good to go you can then reinstall your driver which you’ve downloaded Rebuild a system, and you should be okay? Now before you go back to the desktop. You’ll need to come into the run area here so right click on the start button type in a msCOnfig and Go back to that boot tab and then remove that safe boot tick under the boot Tab ok restart And should be back at a desktop. You can run in your new driver if you wish but once you do that You can look in your device manager And you should have a new install of that driver now And hopefully this will eradicate your issue that you’re having with that blue screen [okay], now monitor it and see what happens and see how it goes now for the blue screens. Go away You fix the problem if you still get in issues after this then there’s something more sinister Okay now if you’re overclocking your graphics card you want us drop that down at stock settings and Do not overclock until you diagnose the problem. Okay? If you’re still [having] problems after that it’s time to start searching for Hardware issues, it could be a your graphics cards failing could be memory issues could be all sorts of things like [that] But this is the first steps that you want to do to make [sure] you can eradicate any issues with that blue screen there, okay? Anyway, I’m going to wrap this one up. My name is Brian from Bright Tech computer code, okay? if you enjoy these videos guys then hit the thumbs up button it really does help me out and also hit the Subscribe button if you want to keep up to [date] when I upload new videos Also, if you’ve got any problems for your computers you can always head over to my forums and post on there And we can help you out over there, or if you’ve got any questions, or you want to contact me Then the forums is the place to go and the informations up on the screen right now, [okay]? Anyway, have a great day, and I [will] see you again in [the] next video. Bye [for] now

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