Fix BSOD with Error Code 0x135 on Windows 10

There are different types of BSoD (Blue Screen of Death) errors and one of them is the error code – 0x135. The BSOD with error code 0x135 on Windows 10 can be seen randomly on your Windows 10 PC at any time. There can be quite few reasons behind this error, for instance, due to incompatible software, damaged boot configuration data, or if the system files are corrupted. BSoD crashes can be terrifying, however, in this post we have listed a few methods that can help you to possibly fix the issue. Let’s see how.


Method 1: By Uninstalling the Incompatible Software


Before you can proceed with the method, boot your Windows 10 PC into safe mode.


Step 1: Right-click on Start menu and select Run to open the Run command.


Desktop Start Right Click Run


Step 2: Type appwiz.cpl in the Run command search box and press OK to open the Programs and Features window in the Control Panel.



Run Command Search Appwiz.cpl Ok


Step 3: In the Programs and Features window, under the Uninstall or change a program, right-click on the incompatible program and select Uninstall.


Programs And Features Uninstall Or Change A Program Select Program Right Click Uninstall


Once uninstalled, reboot your PC and the BSoD error should be gone.


Method 2: By Rebuilding the BCD Data


The BSoD error code – 0x135 may also show up due to the Boot Configuration Data leads to a system crash during the startup. Let’s see how to fix this issue by rebuilding the Boot Configuration Data using the Command Prompt.


Step 1: To start with, make sure to boot your computer in Safe Mode with Command Prompt.


Step 2: When you boot to advanced startup from Windows 10, then the computer will restart. Select an account to continue. Here, you can select Administrator.


Step 3: In the Command Prompt window, run the below command and hit Enter:


Bootrec /RebuildBcd


Command Prompt (admin) Run Command To Rebuild Boot Configuration Enter


Now, wait till the process is over and then restart your PC. The BSoD problem should be resolved now.


Method 3: By Running System Restore


Step 1: Press Win + X keys together on your keyboard and select Run to open the Run command.


Run Windows 10


Step 2: Type rstrui in the Run command search field and press OK to open the System Restore window.


Run Command Search Rstrui Enter


Step 3: In the System Restore window, click Next.


System Restore Window Next


Step 4: Next, in the configuration menu, check the box next to Show more restore points towards the bottom.

Now, select the restore point from the list that shows a date before you had the BSoD issue and click Next.


Show More Restore Points Check Select Restore Point Next


Step 5: In the next window, click on the Finish button and then click Yes in the prompt to confirm.


Finish The Restore


It takes a while, so wait patiently. Once completed, your system will restart and will revert to a previous state when it was working fine.

Now, the BSoD error code – 0x135 should be gone.


However, if none of the above method works, it could be due to corrupted system files. In such cases, you can run a Clean install which can be run without a compatible installation media (USB/DVD) and can be done straight from the GUI menu of your Windows 10 system. However, make sure that you create a backup of your system data. But since, you are unable to boot into Windows due to the BSoD error, you can follow this process to backup data without booting into Windows 10.

Alternatively, you can run a Repair install which will help you to refresh your Windows files without the need to backup your data. However, for this, you would need a bootable media for Windows 10. Here’s how to create a bootable USB or media for repair install.