How to Troubleshoot: DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL (storahci.sys) in Windows 10 PC

It looks like you have a problem with the .sys file. In fact, this problem is quite serious because .sys files are a very important part of the Windows operating system. These files are responsible for either critical system processes or device drivers. Therefore, if any of the .sys files are corrupted, problems such as BSODs will occur. Therefore, do not ignore the Storahci.sys error.

The Storahci.sys is a file that is installed by default in a system with Windows 7, 8, 8.1 or 10. Therefore, no matter which version of Windows you use, this file is there, which means the BSOD DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL may appear on any of them. read more

How to Troubleshoot “Driver Power State Failure” in Windows 10

Driver Power Status Failure is a rare blue screen error that occurs when a driver goes to sleep mode while it is running. BSOD often occurs when the computer comes out of hibernation and Windows cannot wake up the device driver or the driver takes too long to respond.

The error can be fixed by making simple changes to the power settings, but some users may have to dig deeper to fix the problem. Here are some effective ways to fix the Driver Power State Failure error in Windows 10.

What causes the “Driver Power State Failure” message in Windows?

The “Driver Power State Failure” error (blue screen of death) is usually caused by a problem with the power management of a device connected to your PC. If the device goes into hibernation during use, or does not come out of hibernation when you try to use it, Windows considers it a critical error and displays a BSOD message. read more

How to Resolve VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR on Windows 10

The VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR error occurs if you have recently installed new hardware or software that causes a conflict between the video drivers and Windows 10. An internal video scheduler error is a blue screen of death (BSOD) that indicates that the video scheduler has detected a serious problem. The error is usually caused by the video card and its drivers and has an error code 0x00000119.

When the VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR error appears, the PC usually reboots, and the PC probably shuts down for several minutes before this error occurs. The screen seems to constantly freeze, which seems to frustrate many users. But before we move on to solve this problem, we first need to understand what is causing this VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR and then we can fix this error. read more

Troubleshooting: Boot Configuration Data File is Missing

Windows systems or laptops use a boot configuration data file (BCD) to set the boot configuration. If the system or laptop’s boot configuration data file is corrupt or missing due to an internal or external problem, Windows will not boot.

Fortunately, there are several solutions to help you get rid of the “Missing BCD File” error on your Windows 10 computer. And in this article, I will list all these solutions.

So, go through these solutions one by one and fix this problem in a few clicks. read more

Troubleshooting: SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED

SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED is a common Windows 10 error that occurs mostly due to an outdated or incompatible driver.

It is more difficult to fix this problem than other BSODs, because several drivers can be the cause of the problem, and sometimes the computer does not recognize all of them. Therefore, the first step to fix this error should be to find the exact driver causing the problem.

In this article, we will look at what this code means, when it occurs, why it occurs, and present effective methods of solving the problem. read more

Workaround: Windows 10 Freezing when Pressing Print Screen

Taking a screenshot on your computer is as easy as it is on your smartphone, but not being able to take one in critical situations can be stressful. Recently, several users reported that their Windows 10 hangs when they press the “Print Screen” key on their keyboard. While researching the problem, we found out that there could be several causes, including corrupted drivers or Windows debug mode.

If you’ve encountered a problem like this, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve compiled a list of troubleshooting methods to help you quickly identify and solve the problem. read more

Solution: Windows 10 Won’t Use Full RAM

RAM is a non-volatile storage device that is typically used to store working data and machine code. When you shut down your computer, all data on it is lost because it is a temporary storage device. The more RAM your computer has, the more smoothly it can multitask.

However, when using Windows 10, you may run into a problem. In the “System Properties” or “Task Manager” interface, you may notice that Windows is only using a fraction of the total RAM.

What is the reason why Windows 10 doesn’t use all of the RAM?

In some cases, some of the RAM is reserved for the system, sometimes some of the memory is also reserved by the video card if you have an integrated video card. But if you have a dedicated video card, this shouldn’t be a problem. Of course, 2% of the RAM is always free. read more

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