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.
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