Win32kfull.sys BSOD error in Windows 10 Fix

There a huge number of BSOD issues that can crash your system and force-reboot the system. Sometimes your system can crash when ‘win32kfull.sys’ fails, causing the blue screen of death. Win32kfull.sys is one of the kernel-mode drivers that is used by your system. If gets corrupted or incompatible with your system, this problem may occur. Follow these easy fixes to solve the problem.


Fix 1 – Run an SFC check

You can run an SFC and DISM check on your system to check for any system file corruption.

1. Press the Windows key+R.

2. Then, type this code and hit CTRL + Shift + Enter.



1 Cmd Run


3. To run an SFC scan type this command and hit Enter to run a simple SFC scan.

sfc /scannow


Command Prompt Admin Mode Sfc Scannow Enter


4. You have to run a DISM check. To run a DISM scan, paste this command in the terminal and then hit Enter.

DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth


Command Prompt (admin) Run Dism Command Enter


Once all these checks are complete, close the terminal and restart your device.


Fix 2 – Install optional Windows Update

It may be a while since you have installed all the updates on your device.

1. At first, press the Windows key+I keys together.

2. Then click on the “Updates & Security“.


Update&sec Driver Verifier Detected Violation Windows 10


3. Now on the right-hand side, click on “View optional updates” to search for the latest driver updates.


View Optional Update Restart Now


4. You will notice a list of drivers ready-to-be installed on your system. Check all the updates.

5. Then, click on “Download and install“.


Optional Driver Update


6. When all the updates are downloaded and installed on your device, just click on “Restart Now“.


View Optional Update Restart Now


Restarting your machine will install the update on your device.


Fix 3 – Uninstall recent Windows updates

If you are facing this issue after receiving a recent Windows Update recently, you can try uninstalling it in Safe Mode.

STEP 1 – Boot into Safe Mode

1. Switch off your computer.

2. Then, start your computer.

When you see that the computer is starting up, press-hold the power button for 5 secs to completely switch off your device.

3. Keep repeating this process of start-force shutdown-start 3 times and at 4th time let your computer start normally.

You will see the Automatic Repair window.

4. Then, click on “Advanced options“.


Auromatic Repair Advanced Option


5. After that, you need to click on “Troubleshoot“.


Universal Choose An Option Continue


6. Then, click on the “Advanced options“.


Troubleshoot Advanced Min


7. To access the “Startup Settings“, click on it.


Startup Repair


8. Then, click on “Restart” to restart your computer in safe mode.


Startup Settings


9. Some Startup settings options will be visible.

10. Press “5” to ‘Enable Safe Mode with Networking‘ access.


Enable Safe Mode With Networking Min


Your computer will be booted into Safe Mode with Networking access.


STEP 2 – Uninstall the recent update

Once you have booted into your system, uninstall the Windows Update that has caused this issue.

1. Press the Windows key+R.

2. After that, press “appwiz.cpl“. Click on “OK“.




3. Once the Program and Features window opens up, click on “View installed updates“.


View Installed Update


4. Now, simply scroll down to find out the most recent update that may have caused the issue.

5. Right-click on it and click on “Uninstall“.


Uninstall Update


This will uninstall the update from your computer. Restart your computer.

This should fix the problem with your computer.


Fix 4 – Check Memory

Run a check to detect any memory issue on your computer.

1. At first, right-click on the Windows icon and then click on “Run“.

2. Type “mdsched.exe” and hit Enter.




3. Once the Windows Memory Diagnostics opens up, you have to click on the “Restart now and check for problems (recommended)“.


If you want you can schedule this search. Click on the “Check for problems the next time I start my computer” option.


Restart Now


Your system will reboot. Windows will check for any fault in RAM in your computer.