How to Resolve 0xc00021a BSOD Error in Windows 10

Every new update from Microsoft for Windows 10 creates problems for computer users. Every update comes with new bugs and it always hurts computers. Similarly, this stop code 0xc00021a is also an error in Windows 10 operating system. It is a blue screen error that occurs when the system crashes after updating or reinstalling the operating system.

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This Windows 10 0xc00021a shutdown code means that “your computer has encountered a problem and needs to reboot”. This error is displayed every time you reboot your computer. However, you cannot reboot your computer because the operating system is frozen. read more

How to Troubleshoot Error Code 0xc000021a on Windows PC

Since the launch of Microsoft Windows 10, there have been many problems. A few years later, when Microsoft started releasing updates, some bugs have been fixed, but many other problems are still present. Error code 0xc000021a is one of them. Users are still facing the problem of error code 0xc000021a on their Windows computers and laptops.

While working on your computer, you suddenly see the error code 0xc000021a. This error indicates that there is a problem in the computer and it needs to be restarted. This problem manifests itself in a very blue screen of death. This problem persists even after restarting the computer. You need to restart your computer to fix this error, but after some time you will see this error again. Therefore, you need to fix this error permanently. read more

How to Repair: Black Screen with Cursor (KSOD) in Windows PC

Windows is a very popular operating system, but for some reason, we encounter many unpleasant problems or issues and don’t understand why the problem occurs on our PC.

During my computer troubleshooting work, I have encountered many Windows issues and tried to solve them, and one such issue is called “Windows 10 black screen“.

What are the causes of a black screen with a cursor (KSOD)?

How to fix the black screen with the cursor (KSOD)?

Uninstall the VGA/display driver in safe mode

  1. While holding down the Windows key, press R
  2. Type hdwwiz.CPL and press OK.
  3. Expand Display Adapter. (Note the name of your display adapter).
  4. Right-click on it and select Uninstall.
  5. After uninstalling, restart your PC in normal mode and download the latest drivers again.

Restore System in Safe Mode

  1. Click the Start button and type “System Restore” in the search function of the Start menu and press Enter OR open Run and type “rstrui.exe” and click OK.
  2. You can also open Run by holding down the Windows key and pressing R.
  3. Click the System Restore option in the search.
  4. Once loaded, check the box for Show other restore points and click Next.
  5. Select a restore point by looking at the dates when your computer was running normally.
  6. Click Next and Done. This will start the system restore, and your computer will reboot after it completes.

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How to Resolve irql_not_less_or_equal Error in Windows 10

The irql_not_less_or_equal stop code error is another “blue screen of death” error that abruptly stops your computer. The fact that it triggers an endless restart cycle makes everyone who encounters this problem uncomfortable. Although the error usually occurs at system startup, sometimes it can occur in the middle of an important task. In this case, you will not be able to save your changes, and all progress will be lost.

Although the problem may seem intractable, it can be solved if you know the cause. This article discusses the possible causes of the irql_not_less_or_equal stop code error and nine effective ways to solve the problem. If you have lost unsaved data due to this error, you can recover it with an effective third-party application. read more

How to Repair the Missing “Show Desktop” Shortcut

If the “Show Desktop” button on the Windows 10 taskbar is missing, this article will show you how to fix the problem. In the bottom right corner (right next to the Action Center icon) of the Windows 10 taskbar, there’s a “Show Desktop” button.

If you hover your mouse over this button, you can view or preview your desktop – and if you click this button, all the apps and folders in the taskbar are minimized to show the desktop. If the Show Desktop button is missing, not working, or not available, this message may be helpful. read more