How to Repair “SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION” on Windows 10

In Windows 10, a BSOD caused by a system service exception error (usually referred to as SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION) is exceptionally difficult to fix. Unlike the Windows memory management BSOD, this error can have several possible causes.

Don’t be surprised if this BSOD sounds familiar to you – this BSOD has been present in Windows for decades. Microsoft’s technical explanation says that this BSOD is usually caused when a running process on your computer tries to switch from “unprivileged code to privileged code”. read more

How to Resolve File System Error (-2018375670) in Windows 10 PC

File system errors are essentially disk-related errors that can be caused by corrupted files, bad sectors, disk integrity issues, file execution policies, etc. These errors can prevent you from accessing or opening files. These errors may prevent you from accessing or opening files. They can appear in files such as PDFs, images, documents, movies, etc. This can manifest as error messages such as C:\Test Program\Test.exe file system error (-2018375670).

In this article, we will look at some ways to fix this error. read more

How to Repair the “This device is disabled (Code 22)” Error on Windows 10

Error code 22 is one of many error codes in Device Manager. It is generated when a hardware device is disabled in Device Manager.

In most cases, it means that the device has been disabled manually, but it can also happen that Windows is forced to disable the device due to a lack of system resources.

The error is almost always displayed as follows:

This device is disabled. (code 22)

Detailed information about such Device Manager error codes can be found in the “Device Status” section of the device properties. read more

How to Repair CorsairVBusDriver.sys BSOD Error in Windows 10

Recently, some users reported that they encountered the CorsairVBusDriver.sys blue screen error after updating their PC. This problem causes the operating system to crash and automatically reboot.

This error code indicates an ‘SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED’ error and indicates a CorsairVBusDriver.sys failure.

If you also encounter a similar error code, here are some pairs of methods that can help you fix the problem.

What causes CorsairVBusDriver.sys to fail?

Many factors can cause a CorsairVBusDriver.sys error message. However, the most common cause is an outdated or faulty device driver. There is also a problematic Windows update that affects system processes. read more

Troubleshooting: Task Host Window Prevents Shut Down on Windows 7 PC

Task Host is a Windows program, not a virus or malware. You don’t have to worry about it damaging your system. Task Host ensures that previously running programs have been closed correctly to avoid damaging data and programs when you shut down your system.

It is highly recommended that you close all running programs before shutting down or rebooting your computer. However, if you feel that no programs were running before shutting down, you can perform the following steps to solve this “problem”. read more

How to Repair Windows Update ‘One of the Update Services is not Running Properly’ Error

Windows Update is a Microsoft service for the Windows family of operating systems that automates the download and installation of Windows updates over the Internet. The service checks for Windows updates as well as other critical updates, such as anti-virus products.

Many users report problems with this service. When Windows Update is running, users receive an error message that says, “Windows Update cannot currently check for updates because the service is not running.” Because the service is not running properly, users cannot check for updates or install needed updates. 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

Fixing the Error: Windows 7 ‘Cannot Currently Check for Updates’ Problem

If you get the following error message when trying to check for updates on Windows 7 “Windows Update cannot currently check for updates because the service is not running,” follow the steps in this guide to easily fix the Windows Update error.

You might restart your computer and run Windows Update again, but it will fail again and show you the same error. No need to worry. Many Windows users face this error just like you do. And more importantly, we found the right way to solve it. read more

Repair: “Microsoft Exchange administrator has made a change that requires you quit and restart Outlook” error

This error most often occurs to users after migrating mailboxes from Exchange 2010 to 2013 or 2016. However, there are several reasons why your users may encounter the following Microsoft Outlook error:

“A Microsoft Exchange administrator has made changes that require Outlook to log out and restart.”

In this post, you’ll see that there are several reasons why this error can occur and that there are several ways to fix it.

What is the cause of the error?

A corrupted email settings file: If your Microsoft Exchange email account settings are corrupt, this may be the cause of the current Outlook problem. read more

How to Repair the IO1 Initialization Failed BSOD in Windows 10

Here is another “blue screen of death” (BSOD) error known as IO1 Initialization Failed. This error is critical because it appears on the screen when you shut down Windows.

Windows 10 IO1 Initialization Failed error is displayed to prevent further damage to the operating system due to kernel-related issues.

If you also encounter this initialization failure error, you should fix it as soon as possible as frequent occurrences of this error can cause damage to your system.

Although many reasons cause IO1 initialization failed stop code error such as device drivers, corrupted system files, and others. You need to fix this error quickly to take advantage of the solutions. read more