DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION is one of the most annoying and frustrating bugs.
This DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION error often occurs when the mouse pointer freezes or the program fails on your system after the operating system update. This error is followed by the system crash or the blue death screen, commonly called BSOD, which is certainly very annoying for users. DPC WATCHDOG VIOLATION Blue Screen under Windows 10 results from various factors, for example if your hardware is incompatible, defective drivers or damaged system files are present.
The error check SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION has the value 0x0000003b. This indicates that an exception occurred when executing a routine that changes from non-preferred to preferred code.
This error has been associated with excessive use of the paged pool and can occur because the graphics drivers cross the kernel code in user mode and transmit faulty data to the kernel.
This is one of those blue screens of deadly defects that can occur when using Windows. Blue Screen Stop 0x0000003b system_service_exception is a system error caused by corrupted or misconfigured Microsoft IEEE 1394 device drivers and system files. Misconfigured system files on the computer lead to the blue screen Stop 0x0000003b. But even this error can be the result of a series of user actions, such as installing obsolete software or damaging driver files.
If you receive a blue screen error (also called a stop code), it means that your PC is suddenly shut down to protect against data loss. If you see the text “WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR”, a hardware error has occurred. It is usually caused by an overclocked CPU, driver conflicts, hardware problems or corrupted system files. In the worst case, the problem is so terrible that you cannot access your PC.
This is a bugcheck generated directly by the CPU. Most of the time, it is caused by an incorrect CPU voltage. This can happen because incorrect settings are made on the BIOS (often the BIOS is reset to the default settings or the BIOS Help is updated). (The power supply voltage regulators or mainboard voltage regulators are about to fail.
Memory Management Stop Error 0x0000001a is always a memory error. There are many reasons, but they can be heat, overloaded power supplies, a real memory failure, an obsolete motherboard BIOS, bad IDE cables, bad IDE drive bridges and of course “parasites”.
The 0x0000001a is a heavy memory management blue screen of death error code. This is a Windows error, also known as a stop code. The system is automatically forced to restart, which means that any unsaved work is likely to be lost.
The Windows 10 error wdf01000.sys is one of the errors of the blue screen that can have various error messages. The error message could look like this: “STOP 0×0×00000050: PAGE_FAULT_IN_NONPAGED_AREA – Wdf01000.sys.”.
However, all wdf01000.sys error messages contain wdf01000.sys and this system error may occur accidentally or while running some software. This allows you to fix the wdf01000.sys error in Windows 10.
Wdf01000.sys is a device frame driver. These BSOD errors are due to corrupted drivers installed on your computer.
PFN_LIST_CORRUPT is one of the Blue Screen of Death errors in Windows. People meet them quite often, but the good news is that they do not fall into the group of fatal errors. The error PFN_LIST_CORRUPT indicates a problem with the page number (PFN). This is rendered from the PC hard disk to find all files on the physical hard disk.
In most cases, as already mentioned, PFN_LIST_CORRUPT BSOD is triggered by PFN corruption. However, there may also be problems with RAM or device drivers.
PFN is the abbreviation for Page Frame Number. This is a list that is used by the hard disk to find each file on the physical hard disk. The list can be damaged for many reasons, some of which may occur once in a lifetime and others may be persistent and need repair.
The Bad Pool header or you can say BAD_POOL_HEADER, both are the same BSOD errors that are also known for the error code “0x00000019”.
If you have this problem on your computer, it indicates that the pool header of your Windows operating system has been corrupted or may have a problem. This error means that a process has entered the memory pool and failed to erase properly, corrupting the memory pool header.
This error can have the following causes:
An error in the pool header can be easily corrected by rebooting the system. If the problem persists, you can use the methods listed below to correct the BSOD Bad Pool Header BSOD error. If you cannot access your PC normally, try these methods in safe mode.
The error check STATUS_SYSTEM_PROCESS_TERMINATED has the value 0xC000021A. This means that an error has occurred in a large user mode subsystem.
This error occurs when a user-mode subsystem such as WinLogon or the CSRSS (Client Server Run-Time Subsystem) has been fatally compromised and security can no longer be guaranteed. The operating system then switches to kernel mode. Microsoft Windows cannot run without WinLogon or CSRSS. This is one of the few cases where a service failure in user mode can cause the system to shut down.
The error check THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER has a value of 0x000000EA. This indicates that a wire in a device driver runs infinitely.
Dxgkrnl.sys is the Microsoft DirectX graphics kernel file. It works with your graphics card drivers and should not be modified under any circumstances.
This means that the device driver is looped and waiting for the hardware to react. This may indicate a bad card or defective drivers.
If you have recently received errors with dxgkrnl.sys, we recommend that you uninstall or reinstall all programs that caused this error. If this does not solve the problem, or if you have not recently installed a program, try restoring Windows to a previous copy.
WDF_VIOLATION (Windows Driver Framework) in Windows 10 usually indicates that Windows found an error in a driver based on the framework. It is less likely that this error is caused by your hardware. Therefore, solutions to this problem are not so difficult to find.
This error message may also be accompanied by a stop code beginning with 0x10d or 0x0000010D. It may also appear under a different error name.
WDF_VIOLATION was very rare before Windows 8, but has established itself since installation. It most often appears when you sync files from your iPhone or iPod to iTunes. Although the problem was more common in iTunes 10, it still occurs in iTunes 11.