The causes behind the error could be a faulty device driver, an issue with the BiOS, or an interfering system service.
Try the following preliminary steps:
1] Scan your system for virus and malware, either using Windows Defender or any reputable 3rd party anti-virus.
2] Uninstall any recently installed suspicious software.
3] Update windows
If they don’t help, proceed with the following solutions:
1}Update all the device drivers
2} Update the BiOS
3} System restore
Note: – If you are unable to log in to your system, try the methods given below by logging into safe mode.
Solution 1] Update all the device drivers
The general procedure to update device drivers is as follows:
Since it is difficult to update all the drivers, we could use 3rd party tools available online to help with the same.
Solution 2] Update the BiOS
Another reason behind this issue is an unsupported BiOS. We could download and install the latest version of the BiOS from the manufacturer’s website.
Solution 3] Check for memory problems with the system
This would automatically check for issues with the system.
Solution 3] System restore
We could also restore the system to a previous date. It would be helpful in restoring the previous drivers as well.
Hope it helps!
Note: – If you can not boot into your system, then try going to automatic repair screen using the steps given below.
What if you are unable to boot
1. Turn off your computer.
2. Then, start your computer using power button once.
As soon as something appears on screen (Usually logo of your laptop manufacturer), just press and hold the power button for 5 seconds continuously to force shutdown your device.
3. Keep repeating this process (Force shutdown and then starting again) for 2–3 times until you see Automatic repair screen.
4. Then, click on “Advanced options“ in the next screen.
5. After that, you need to click on “Troubleshoot“.
6. Then, click on the “Advanced options“.
7 – Now, choose system restore
8 – Now, Restore your system to an earlier date