How to Resolve: CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT BSOD in Windows PC

The CLOCK_WATCHDOG_TIMEOUT error is related to your system’s hardware and specifically indicates a communication problem between your system and your processor.

When you ask your computer to do something, the operating system tells the processor that it is “interrupting” to let it know what is happening. This is a system-level process called a “system interrupt,” and it is a perfectly normal function of Windows. However, if the system lingers too long in the interrupt phase, which is called the interrupt request level (IRQL), a “blue screen” error occurs. read more

Troubleshooting: Faulty Hardware Corrupted Page in Windows PC

The “Faulty Hardware Corrupted Page” error (Windows stop code 0x0000012B) covers a variety of hardware problems but refers to a single bit error. A single-bit error occurs when a single bit (a tiny piece of data) changes incorrectly during a data transfer. While this may seem like a minor problem, it can cause the system hardware to malfunction, causing the page split code to be corrupted by faulty hardware.

The good news is that there are several solutions for fixing the faulty page breaker code. The bad news is that Windows stop code 0x0000012B can indicate a hardware failure on the system. In particular, the stop code is often associated with faulty RAM. read more

How to Resolve PNP_DETECTED_FATAL_ERROR on Windows 10

Blue screen of death errors can cause many problems in Windows 10, and unfortunately, these types of errors can sometimes be difficult to fix.

Since these issues can be problematic, today we’ll show you how to fix the blue screen of death problem using the PNP_DETECTED_FATAL_ERROR stop code.

PNP_DETECTED_FATAL_ERROR is a blue screen problem that can cause many problems on your PC. This problem can be quite annoying because it causes your computer to suddenly reboot.

What causes the PNP_DETECTED_FATAL_ERROR?

  • Computer viruses or malware can corrupt your Windows system files.
  • Outdated system drivers can also cause blue screen of death errors.
  • Damaged or corrupted Windows system files.
  • Due to hardware or software problems
  • Due to outdated Windows operating system

How to solve the PNP_DETECTED_FATAL_ERROR?

Update drivers

  1. Press the Windows + R key to run the Run application.
  2. Type devmgmt.MSC in the text box and press Enter to open Device Manager.
  3. In Device Manager, navigate to the desired device and expand the menu.
  4. Right-click on the driver and select Update Driver.
  5. Since we are dealing with the PNP_DETECTED_FATAL_ERROR error, it is best to update the drivers for devices such as keyboards, mice, headsets, etc.
  6. In the window that opens, click Automatically check for driver software updates.
  7. Windows will automatically download and install the latest drivers.
  8. Restart your computer.

Reset driver settings

  1. Press Windows + R, type devmgmt.MSC in the text box and press Enter.
  2. In the Device Manager window, find the desired device and expand the menu.
  3. Right-click the desired driver and select Properties.
  4. On the Driver tab, click Reset driver.
  5. Restart your computer after the driver is installed.

Use DISM to search for corrupted system files

  1. Type cmd in the Start menu search bar and right-click Command Prompt -> Run as Administrator in the search results.
  2. In the command line console, type DISM /Online /Cleanup-image /Scanhealth and press Enter.
  3. Wait for the process to complete, then type DISM /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth and press Enter.
  4. Windows will fix any problems with the system image.

Using the SFC to find corrupted system files

  1. Type cmd in the Start menu search box and right-click Command Prompt -> Run as Administrator in the search results.
  2. In the console, type sfc /scannow and press Enter.
  3. Wait for the process to complete and close the command prompt.
  4. Reboot the computer.

Start the system restore

  1. In the Start menu search box, type System Restore.
  2. In the search results, click Create system restore point.
  3. In the next window, click Create. If the option is grayed out, click the hard disk partition under the Protection
  4. Options -> Configure -> Enable System Protection. Click OK.
  5. Enter a name for the restore point and click OK.

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