(Solved) Bugcode_Ndis_Driver Blue Screen Error Fix

The BUGCODE_NDIS_DRIVER BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) error can occur during the initialization process for Windows. This means that a problem has occurred when loading a defective driver for a network device. This error caused the computer to crash to avoid damage and data loss.


This BSOD error is also called “BUGCODE_NDIS_DRIVER” and “STOP 0x0000007C”. This is usually caused by faulty network drivers. The device driver may be obsolete or damaged. Sometimes installing new network hardware that is not compatible with your computer can cause this problem. read more


Windows Error 0x0000007e is a system error message that appears when the computer’s operating system cannot access system files, optical drives, ports, hard drives, or any other hardware installed on the computer. During normal system operation, the Windows error handler detects device boot problems and displays the error before the end user connects to the system. However, there are instances where the error is thrown away that prevents the error handler from reporting the problem(s) immediately. In this case, error 0x0000007e is displayed after the computer is started. read more


The DRIVER_CORRUPTED_EXPOOL error check has the value 0x000000C5, indicating that the system tried to access invalid memory when the process IRQL was too high.


The kernel tried to access the exchangeable memory (or possibly the completely invalid memory) if the IRQL was too high. The real cause of this problem is almost certainly a driver that damaged the system pool.

In most cases, this error check causes a driver to damage a small assignment (smaller than PAGE_SIZE). Larger assignments result in an error check 0xD0 (DRIVER_CORRUPTED_MMPOOL). read more

How To Fix Store_Data_Structure_Corruption BSOD Error

A critical data structure corruption error means that Windows has detected that one of its files has changed or that the data that has one of its files in memory has changed. In this case, it was the Windows 32 kernel. This file is often attacked by malware, rootkits and viruses.


This may be due to poorly written device drivers or faulty hardware, such as faulty memory, power problems, component overheating or hardware that exceeds its specification limits.

How to correct errors STORE_DATA_STRUCTURE_CORRUPTION: read more

Fix Error Code 0x000000c4 Blue Screen

A blue screen with the error message “STOP: 0x000000c4 DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION” appears.

0x000000C4 BSOD

This problem occurs because Driver Verifier incorrectly detects that the driver‘s interrupt service routine (ISR) has corrupted the extended thread context. Driver Verifier captures XSAVE areas before and after a BVR call and compares values to ensure the context is not damaged by the BVR. However, the fields differ in some cases with regard to the characteristics mask. Then the diver’s checker incorrectly reports the change as a violation. That’s why the computer crashes. read more

How To Repair Error 0xc000000f on Windows Boot

One of the most teasing bugs that exist in older versions of Windows, including Windows XP, and in newer versions, including Windows 8, is the 0xc000000f error. This error is connected to the Windows boot manager and when Windows attempts to read boot configuration data, it displays this error message that prompts users to repair their PC from the Windows installation media.


The most common reason for the 0xc000000f error is that BOOTMGR cannot find the BCD file. It may be damaged or missing due to causes such as viruses, power failures, hard disk write errors or user errors when manually setting the BCD. A corrupted file system is also the cause that could cause the 0xc000000f error because during the upgrade process (working on writing critical information for the boot sector) suddenly shuts down, or the update process has jammed and you forced the computer to shut down. read more

Fixing Error Code 0xc00000e9 BSOD in Windows

The 0xc00000e9 error is usually caused by a defective or defective hard disk. This will be the final judgment, unless the solutions listed below indicate otherwise.


If in the case, it’s the hard drive that failed, you can send it to a recovery company to recover your data, it’s a tedious process, but if you’ve never backed up, then this is when you start with a learned lesson.

The error code 0xc00000e9 may occur due to:

  • Defective or damaged hard disk.
  • Hard disk connected in bulk.
  • Defective USB or DVD that you are using as an installation device.
  • Windows updates.
  • Improperly configured or corrupted registry files.
  • Obsolete PC drivers.

Here’s how to fix it:

Repair your PC using the Advanced Startup function

Advanced Startup

Move the mouse to the bottom right of the screen.
They opened the charm bar.
Click with the left mouse button on the “Settings” function in the charm bar.
In the “Settings” menu, left-click the “Change PC settings” function.
On the left side of the window, you must click with the left mouse button on the “Update and restore” function.
Click with the left mouse button on the “Restore” function.

On the right side of the window is “Extended Start”.
In the “Extended Start” function, left click the “Restart Now” button.
You must now wait until the Windows 8 or Windows 10 device is restarted.
After the restart, you go directly to the “Extended start” function.
In the “Extended Start” function, you must now select the “Automatic Repair” function and follow the on-screen instructions.
Once the automatic repair function is complete, you will need to restart your Windows 8 or Windows 10 device and see if this problem persists. read more

Solutions to KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED error on Windows 10

When you build a system, you need to make sure that you are using the correct driver for the parts that you put together. Installing the specific driver intended for use with a specific device can make computing a lot easy. However, there may be times when you’d receive an update for your Window’s setup and the driver you download and install causes your computer to crash. It may come up with an error message that says KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED with an error code 0x0000001E.


Just reading the description can create confusion because it is not easy to understand. However, speaking simply, the error means a low-level program generated an exception not handled by the error handler  or execute an illegal instruction. This could happen when you are attempting to install a program or driver that may have been loaded at startup or possibly configured incorrectly. There may be different reasons for this error. Knowing when the problem occurred can help you pinpoint the cause of the problem. read more


One of the most common stop errors is – BAD_POOL_CALLER with the value 0x000000C2 In this article we will provide information about this error, the cause and some suggestions for correcting the BAD POOL CALLER error in Windows.


This is a blue screen of death error, and like many other BSoD errors, it will crash and reboot your PC to avoid damaging your system. In the case of bad_pool_caller, a thread in your processor made a bad pool request. This means using resources that are not available, that are not available or that are used by another thread. This could also mean that the pool header is damaged – regardless of the error, like most BSoDs, it is caused by driver problems. read more


The INACCESSIBLE_BOOT_DEVICE error check often occurs due to an error in the boot device. When initializing the I/O system, the boot device driver could not initialize the boot device (usually a hard disk).


The file system initialization may have failed because it did not recognize the data on the boot device. Repartitioning the system partition, changing the BIOS configuration or installing a disk controller may also cause this error.

This error may also occur due to hardware incompatibility of the hard disk. If the error occurred during initial system installation, the system may have been installed on an unsupported disk controller. Some disk controllers require additional drivers when Windows starts. read more