IRQL GT ZERO AT SYSTEM SERVICE Stop Error in Windows 10



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If you get an IRQL_GT_ZERO_AT_SYSTEM_SERVICE Stop Error on your Windows 10/8/7 computer, then this article may interest you. When you receive such a blue screen error or shutdown code, the computer will suddenly shut down to protect against data loss. A hardware device, its driver or associated software could be the cause.

IRQL GT NULL AT SYSTEM SERVICE



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There is not much information on the net and everything Microsoft says on this blue screen is :

The IRQL_GT_ZERO_AT_SYSTEM_SYSTEM_SERVICE error check has the value 0x0000004A. This indicates that a thread returns to user mode from a system call if its IRQL is still above PASSIVE_LEVEL.

0x0000004A

If you get this error, here are some ideas I can offer you :

1] Run Windows 10 Blue Screen Troubleshooting.

2] Make sure you are using the latest version of all installed software and make sure your Windows 10 is updated.

3] Make sure all drives on your device are updated.

4] Check your system BIOS carefully. Is an update available from the system or motherboard manufacturer? If so, update the BIOS. Check BIOS documentation carefully; resetting all BIOS options to their default values can sometimes solve a problem caused by excessive optimization.

5] Run ChkDsk to check your hard disk for errors.

6] Run the Windows and Memtest86+ memory diagnostic tool to check your memory status.

7] There are advanced troubleshooting suggestions for the blue screen that you can consult.

Let’s hope something helps!



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