Fix the KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED error in Windows 10

KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED The error check has the value 0x0000001E. For the layman, this means that a program in kernel mode has generated an exception that the error handler has not caught. It often results from the display of a blue screen while a user tries to install a program or one of the Windows drivers that has just been loaded at startup or shutdown. An incorrectly configured device driver can also cause this type of error. There is not a single source that can be traced back to the main cause of this error. It is therefore difficult to locate or resolve this problem. However, if you follow when and where your STOP error occurs, you can help troubleshoot it. read more

How to disable the driver signature application on Windows 10

This article shows you how to permanently disable the driver signature application on Windows 10/8/7. Driver Signing is the process of linking a digital signature to a set of drivers. Windows device installations use digital signatures to verify the integrity of driver packages and the identity of the provider that provides the driver packages.

Drivers that you normally install from Windows Update, original equipment manufacturers or third-party driver download software, etc. on your computer must be verified by Microsoft using a digital signature. This is an electronic safety mark that certifies the transmitter for the driver and all related information. If a driver is not certified by Microsoft, Window will not run it on a 32-bit or 64-bit system. This is called applying the driver’s signature. read more

The login screen appears twice in Windows 10

If you have recently upgraded your Windows computer to Windows 10 Fall Creators Update (v1709) or installed a Windows Update and you have a problem where the login screen appears twice, you can solve the problem using these two solutions.

The login screen appears twice in Windows 10

1]. If you have an older version of Windows and have recently installed an update for Windows 10 v1709, your system automatically uses the credentials to prepare the device for the new update. This is the main reason why you will see the login screen again after entering your access data. read more

The computer was unexpectedly restarted or an unexpected error occurred

If you try to use a recovery floppy and receive an error message The computer has unexpectedly restarted or encountered an unexpected error , you must do the following to resolve this problem. This problem occurs mainly when you try to use a recovery floppy disk to reset your Windows machine to factory settings. You can also receive another message such as Setup prepares your computer for first use and more.

The computer has been unexpectedly restarted or an unexpected error has occurred. Windows installation cannot continue. To install Windows, click OK to restart your computer, then restart the installation read more

A required privilege is not held by the client

If you receive the message Error 0x80070522, A required privilege is not held by the client when creating a new file in Windows 10/8/7 File Explorer, here are some possible solutions that might be useful to you. This error occurs mainly out of nowhere when creating or editing a file in the File Explorer. The complete error message looks like this-

An unexpected error prevents you from creating the file. If you continue to receive this error, you can use the error code to seek help on this problem. Error 0x80070522: A required privilege is not in the client’s possession. read more

How to uninstall Windows April 10, 2018 Update

If you have problems with Windows April 10, 2018 Update v1803 after installing it, you can uninstall it and return it to the previous version of Windows 1709 or cancel it. Most of you may be familiar with the instructions, but for those of you who are not, this message will help you uninstall the Windows 10 April 2018 update from your PC.

Uninstall Windows April 10, 2018 Update

To uninstall Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, open the Start menu. Then click on the link Settings.

After opening the Settings window, click Update and Security and select Recovery Settings. read more

Check for Windows updates with two clicks in the context menu

Windows 10 is not a product, but a service. As a service (WaaaS), you cannot choose not to receive Windows updates. And monsters like me like to receive and install new updates. Normally, you will receive updates for your Windows 10 PC over and over again. Get Windows Defender updates every other day and cumulative updates for the supported version of Windows 10 or later every Tuesday. read more

Computer sound volume too low under Windows 10/8/7

If the volume of your Windows computer has become too low, here are some possible solutions to solve the problem. The problem may be caused by software or hardware. Windows comes with some important settings that must be perfect to get good sound quality. If the volume of your Windows 10/8/7 computer is too low, follow these steps to see if anything helps solve this problem.

Computer volume too low

Review the list and then decide which suggestion you want to try first.

1] Updating the audio driver

This is probably the first thing that comes to mind. Whatever sound system you use, it is imperative to have the latest device drivers installed on your computer. Update your drivers. You can use third-party driver update software, or even better, you can use the tool for your PC brand like Dell Update Utility, HP Support Assistant, etc. You will probably see these utilities preinstalled on your system. read more

A hard disk reading error has occurred, press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart

If you often get the error when booting your Windows system – A disk playback error occurred, press Ctrl+Alt+Del to restart here are some things you might try to fix the problem.

You must first press Ctrl+Alt+Del+Del and see. However, if you press Ctrl+Alt+Del, the system will return you to the same error screen when you reboot, and this is done in a loop, you may need to correct more errors. If this error is accompanied by strange noise, which means a hardware problem.

A disc reading error has occurred

The causes of the error may be numerous, but we can reduce it to three basic causes : read more

Unrecognized external monitor with Windows 10 Portable

If the external monitor does not work with your Windows 10 laptop or your Windows 10 PC does not recognize the second monitor , here are some solutions that can help you solve this problem.

External laptop monitor not detected

Before trying any of these suggestions, check if your second monitor is properly powered or not. Simply plug in the power cord and check if it displays the manufacturer’s logo or display No signal. This allows you to confirm that your monitor is properly powered.

1] Check with another configuration

Check if your second screen works correctly with another computer or not. It is recommended to use the same HDMI port when connecting to another PC or device. This will ensure that the HDMI port is ready for use. You should also check the HDMI cable used to connect the second monitor to the Windows 10 laptop. If you use any type of converter, it is recommended to make sure that it works with another configuration. read more