Fixing BSOD with Stop Error Code 0x00000133



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The stop error code 0x00000133 is also known as DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION Bug Check. This error check indicates that the DPC watchdog was executed either because it detected a single long delayed procedure call (DPC) or because the system spent more time on one or more DISPATCH_LEVEL interrupt request level (IRQL). The value of parameter 1 indicates if only one DPC has exceeded a waiting time or if the system has spent a longer cumulative period at IRQL DISPATCH_LEVEL or more. DPCs should last no longer than 100 microseconds and ISRs no longer than 25 microseconds, but the actual timeout values on the system are much higher.

This error is due to specific factors, such as unsupported SSD firmware, old SSD driver model, hardware incompatibility problems or corrupted system files. So, if you are using an SSD on your Windows computer, the first step is to check the firmware version of the SSD and make sure it is up to date.

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How To Fix DPC_WATCHDOG_VIOLATION Blue screen error

BSOD error data

If you are facing a blue screen of death, it indicates a specific error before it is restarted. If the system reboots before you can verify the error, follow these steps to prevent the computer from rebooting.


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Hold down the Windows key and press the pause key.
Click Advanced System Preferences
Click on the Advanced tab
In the Start and Recovery section, click Settings.
Clear the Automatic restart check box in the System error section and press OK.

This prevents your system from rebooting when the blue screen appears so you can see the exact error. You can see the error code under Technical Information on the blue screen or Windows will ask you to search for a specific error depending on the version of Windows.

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Perform a general check on your computer.

Check hardware for error 0x000000000000000133. If you have recently added new hardware to your computer and the blue DPC_WATCHDAG_VIOLATION screen appears, you can delete it or delete it to see if the problems persist.

2 Uninstall programs or software. Remove programs or software that you think could cause BSoD.

Note: If you are not sure which program is causing the blue screen, you can run a clean boot of Windows 10 to find out what is causing the problem.

After scanning, turn on your computer or restart the computer to see if the DPC Watchdog Violation Bug Check Code is present.

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-hardware/drivers/debugger/bug-check-0x133-dpc-watchdog-violation


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