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If you see a blue screen with Stop Error VIDEO_DXGKRNL_FATAL_FATAL_ERROR in Windows 10 after the Windows 10 update, here is a solution that might help you solve the problem. This error message may be accompanied by error codes such as 0xD80310B0, x05F6C614D, 0x680B871E or 0x96D854E5 and indicates that the Microsoft DirectX graphics kernel subsystem has detected an infringement.
If you get this stop error, here are some things you might try.
1] Reinstall/update the video driver
Uninstall and reinstall your video driver. If this does not solve your problem, you may need to update the video driver. To update the driver, open Device Manager. After opening, expand option Display adapter , right-click the driver and select option Update driver .
Then you must go through the screen options to complete the update. For your information, some people had to replace the graphics driver because it was not compatible with other hardware such as the motherboard.
If you need to uninstall the Nvidia driver, download and install the latest Nvidia driver. After a reboot, you must set Nvidia as the default graphics processor.
2] Reinstall DirectX
Download the latest version of DirectX for your Microsoft Windows version and reinstall it on your system.
3] Using System File Checker
System File Checker helps users find changes in registry keys and system files. It can then restore the original file if it detects a change. Video_Dxgkrnl_Fatal_Error can occur due to changes made by different software or drivers. Run the System File Checker and see if it solves the problem or not.
4] Troubleshooting in Clean Boot State
Pilot-side problems can also be solved with Clean Boot. If you don’t know, Clean Boot is nothing more than booting the system with all processes, starts and non-Microsoft services disabled. This way, you can discover the insult process manually.
If you need additional help, you can refer to our Windows Shutdown Error Guide.