Windows 10 BSOD WHEA_Uncorrectable_Error


If you receive a blue screen error (also known as a stop code), it means that your PC has shut down suddenly to protect itself from data loss. If you see the text “WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR,” it means that a hardware error has occurred. To fix it, try the following:

1: Try running Hardware diagnostics if you know how to run it high, or you can contact device manufacturers. If diagnostics passed to proceed to the next step.

2: Try to start in safe mode with networking. Continue to crash the system 3 times and from Troubleshoot>Advance option select Startup option and click restart and select Safe Mode with networking.

3: Get all the latest updates with Windows Update. Go to Settings  > Update & security  > Windows Update, and then select Check for updates.

4: Try restoring Windows back to an earlier point in time.

5: Update BIOS, System Chipset Driver, Video Driver, and WiFi network drivers.

Note: Especially for Intel WiFi card, and Intel HD Graphics Drivers, kindly do it from their website.

6: If still facing the same issue, download ISO from Windows 10  media creations site and burn it on DVD/USB and do a clean install. Note: before trying this step, ensure you have Windows product key/COA or know how to activate Windows.

Note: Step 6 will take Windows to the latest build; hopefully, it will resolve the issue. Just in case if it does not, then there is some severe hardware failure need to carefully get it diagnosed and replaced.

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