Many Windows users have reported an error on their system while using it. They said they get a blue screen all of a sudden and when the users view the error message it says as follows.
The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was 0x0000000a, 0x00000d1, etc. (0x0000000000000001, 0x0000000000000002, 0x0000000000000001, 0xfffff80370eb7f32). A dump was saved in C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP
This error message may have caused due to memory issues in the system. This can be also because of some corrupted files present or device drivers already installed.
In this article, we researched a lot about this error and gathered a bunch of solutions that will help users in resolving this error on their Windows 11 PC.
- When the Windows system is not up-to-date, it causes such problems. So try updating the system on the Windows Update page from the Settings app. Then restart the system once updated.
- Try restoring the system using the system restore feature where the system will be reverted back to the last saved point manually created by the user when it was working perfectly fine.
Fix 1 – Perform SFC and DISM Restore Health
Step 1: Open the Run console on your system by pressing simultaneously the Windows and R keys.
Step 2: Now type cmd in its textbox and then press the Ctrl + Shift + Enter keys at once.
Step 3: This opens the Command Prompt app on your system as an admin.
NOTE – You have to accept the UAC prompt on the screen by clicking Yes.
Step 4: Execute the below line in the command prompt as shown below.
Step 5: This starts to find and repair all the corrupted system files present in the system.
Step 6: After that, you need to restore the system’s health by typing the below line and pressing Enter.
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
Step 7: Once done, you can close the command prompt app and restart the system once.
Fix 2 – Update all the device drivers
Step 1: Press the Windows and X keys together and then press the M key on the keyboard.
Step 2: This opens the device manager app on the system.
Step 3: Once it opens, you need to update all the device drivers installed on the system.
Step 4: To do so, you need to expand the list of devices and right-click on the device driver.
Step 5: Then select Update driver from the context menu as shown in the below screenshot.
Step 6: Choose the option called Search automatically for drivers on the Update window.
Step 7: Now it will start checking for any update available online for the device driver and updates it.
Step 8: You need to do the same to update all of the device drivers present in the device manager window.
Step 9: Once you are done, restart the system.
Fix 3 – Scan the system for viruses
Step 1: Press the Windows key and type Windows Security on your keyboard.
Step 2: Then select the Windows Security app from the search results as shown in the below screenshot.
Step 3: Now select the Virus & threat protection option on the left side.
Step 4: On the right side, click Scan options.
Step 5: Then, select the Full scan radio button and click Scan now button at the bottom.
Step 6: This then starts scanning the entire system for any virus or malware.
Step 7: Once done, close the Windows Security app and restart the system.
Fix 4 – Run the BSOD Troubleshooter Online
Step 1: Open a web browser app on your system.
Step 2: In a new tab, type the below URL and then press Enter key.
Step 3: Once you reach the Troubleshoot blue screen errors page online.
Step 4: Scroll down the page and select the While using my device option as shown below.
Step 5: Then it will show all the possible solutions to resolve this blue screen error.
Step 6: Try those solutions and get them resolved.
Fix 5 – Check for any physical damage
Sometimes, the problem may not be caused totally due to some software issues within the system. There could be some issues with the system itself. Please check the system for any physical damage externally.
We suggest our users check the internal parts of the system as well. That means if there is any problem related to the motherboard or other internal device like RAM, ROM, etc. To check the internal parts, it is better to take help from any good local computer technician.
Fix 6 – Update the system’s BIOS
Many Windows users have reported that they were able to fix this error by simply updating the system’s BIOS. So we advise our users to update their system’s BIOS and see if that works for them.
The user needs to be very careful while updating the BIOS on their system because if something goes wrong while updating the BIOS, it can destroy the system.
Therefore, we recommend downloading and installing the utility application meant for updating the BIOS from your laptop/computer manufacturer’s website. This is considered very safe as it has a better graphical representation and guides you in a better and safe way.
Fix 7 – Perform the Startup repair on the system
When the system has loads of corrupted files that could not be repaired by the System File Checker scan on your system, you can always try repairing the system using boot media.
Follow the steps below on how you can do it.
Step 1: First, you have to create the installation media tool for Windows on your system.
Step 2: Once done, shut down your PC, plug the USB drive into the USB port, and boot the system.
Step 3: Now the Windows installation screen will appear on the system’s screen, click Repair your computer.
Step 4: Then select Troubleshoot.
Step 5: Next, choose Advanced options.
Step 6: On the Advanced options page, click Startup repair.
Step 7: Then follow all the onscreen instructions to start repairing the system completely.