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SYSTEM THREAD EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED is a common Windows 10 error that occurs mostly due to an outdated or incompatible driver.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

Troubleshooting: Stop Error Code 0x00000024 BSOD in Windows

When you get error 0x00000024, you may see a blue screen (also called “death screen”) with the message “stop 0x00000024” when you boot your computer or shortly thereafter. This doesn’t mean much to the average user, but it can make it difficult to access your data.

And then it becomes a huge problem. You immediately wonder how to fix error 0x00000024. In this article, you will learn everything about 0x00000024 errors, from their causes to ways to fix them.

What causes the Stop Error Code 0x00000024 BSOD?

  • A virus or malware attack.
  • Damaged device drivers.
  • Old or misconfigured drivers.
  • Damaged hard disk or system files.
  • Drivers conflict due to installation of new hardware.
  • Deleted system files after drivers or software installation.
  • Due to NTFS_FILE_SYSTEM STOP error caused by corrupted RAM.
  • Damage to the Windows registry due to software installation or removal.

How to resolve the Stop Error Code 0x00000024 BSOD?

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How to Repair: Microsoft Teams Installation Issues on Windows 10

Microsoft Teams was launched in 2017 as unified communication and collaboration platform that helps businesses and organizations achieve their goals. Microsoft leveraged the company’s existing Office software expertise and created a unified experience with Teams, Office 365, and Skype for Business.

However, as with any software, things don’t always go as planned. If you’re having problems with Microsoft Teams, here’s how to fix Microsoft Teams installation issues.

What causes problems with Microsoft Teams installation?

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Troubleshooting Stuck at the ‘Preparing to Configure’ for Windows 7 or 10

If you use Microsoft Windows 7, you are probably familiar with the message “Preparing to Configure Windows. Do not turn off your computer.” This message appears when you turn on your computer. It means that your system is performing the necessary updates, which shouldn’t take more than 20 or 30 minutes.

I recently waited over eight hours with the same message on my screen during one of these routine updates. I wondered if it was due to a particular update, but it didn’t seem to be. I did a hard reboot, which is not a good idea under normal circumstances, but I had no other choice. After restarting the computer, it was stuck in the same setup process. read more

How to Repair: CMUSBDAC.sys Blue Screen of Death in Windows 10

How to Repair: CMUSBDAC.sys Blue Screen of Death in Windows 10

CMUSBDAC.sys SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED is a member of the BSOD error family that has been affecting users for some time. While this bug has been around for a long time, it became more common after installing the cumulative update KB4016635 in Windows 10. This guide explains what this error is and how to deal with it with effective solutions that will allow you to regain full control of your system.

What causes cmusbdac.sys bluescreen error? How to fix cmusbdac.sys crash? In this Windows Bulletin post, you will learn how to fix cmusbdac.sys BSOD. read more

How to fix: Error 0x000006BA in Windows 10

How to fix: Error 0x000006BA in Windows 10

Are you frustrated with the error 0x000006BA in Windows 10? You may encounter the “Local print spooler service not running” error when trying to install a new printer, when opening the settings of a configured local printer, or when trying to print a file. This error can occur in Windows 10, Win 8.1, or 7.

The text of the error message may vary slightly depending on what you are doing with the objects in the print spooler subsystem. For example:

Windows cannot open “Add Printer.
The local print spooler service does not work. Please restart the spooler or restart your computer. read more

Fix: Explorer.exe does not start on Windows 10 startup

Fix: Explorer.exe does not start on Windows 10 startup

A corrupted Windows registry can cause all sorts of problems. Some of you may have encountered a problem where after logging in, only a blank screen appears on your computer. No desktop, no taskbar!  This may be because explorer.exe, which should have started automatically, did not start at all.

While some registry errors can cause this problem, it is also possible that the problem is caused by a virus infection that is preventing Windows File Explorer from running.

Why explorer.exe doesn’t start when you start Windows 10?

Why explorer.exe doesn't start when you start Windows 10?

If explorer.exe doesn’t load when you start your computer, it could be a sign of file corruption, a system error, or the presence of a virus. The problem is usually limited to this file and can often be solved by removing viruses from your computer and using system scanning and recovery utilities. You can also try to solve the problem by turning to a registry editor. These tools are available to anyone with administrator privileges. Therefore, you may need to contact your system administrator before making changes. read more