FixKMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED error on Windows 10

KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED check is valued 0x0000001E. In terms of the layman, this basically refers to the exception caused by a kernel-mode program which was not caught by the Error Handler. this type of error may be sometime caused by an incorrectly configured device driver. As a result, your pc will turn off and restart. You will see a blue screen with a sad face along with “Your PC ran into problem and needs restart. We’re just collecting some error info and then we’ll restart for you” written below it.

This type of error can be seen when you install any new software or plug in any new hardware. Also installing outdated drivers might cause the problem like this. There is not a single cause for this issue, you will have to figure out what changes you made to the computer recently.

Also, you might see the error for the first time if you extend or decrease the RAM capacity from your PC and instantly turning it on. For this, I would prefer changing back everything you have done to the computer to save the data as well as the backup. Let it be any new driver installed or any new software installed, just uninstall them as soon as possible to not get the same type of error again.

KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED, CLASSPNP.SYS failed

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In the above-mentioned image, it clearly says the reason behind the error as CLASSPNP.SYS. It is an SCSI Class System DLL driver file and you can find this file at the location as C:\Windows\System32\drivers\classpnp.sys.

Solutions you can try for yourself

1) SCSI Class System Dll Microsoft Windows OS file

Most of the SYS files lets the internal hardware or external hardware like a printer or any other to communicate with other third-party software like Browser, Word Processor, etc. and the operating system as well.

Rest of the SYS files are made to power the Windows OS, generally named as ‘kernel mode device drivers’. Files like CONFIG.SYS is used to configure which drivers can be loaded by the Windows. These contain configuration settings. Without files like these (CONFIG.SYS), the system cannot perform simple tasks like printing a document itself. So, these are important files for the PC to work. If these files get corrupted, it will cause similar issues like KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED. So, make sure about these files in your pc are not creating an issue.

To check and restore files like CONFIG.SYS, Install and run System File Checker or SFC.exe

2) Windows 10 Blue Screen Troubleshooter

If you want to take a look at what happened or want to resolve the problem related to which caused the blue screen, Open Blue Screen Troubleshooter. To do so, simply head over to Settings and then Update & Security. Now, Find the option Troubleshoot and run it to see what was the main cause of the error.

3) Online Troubleshooter from Microsoft

Yeah, if you cannot find the solution to this problem yet, then go to the official website of Microsoft. Then find the option for Online Troubleshooter there. Then it will ask you some simple questions about when the blue screen error happened first. You will see three options there, Choose the correct or similar one to what happened with your computer.

Now, Microsoft will see about your problem and will troubleshoot and provide you with a working solution. Just wait for some time to the webpage.

4) Update the Drivers

You might be using an outdated driver on your computer. Or You might have installed any unrecognized driver on your computer. That might be the real issue in this case. So, it is advised to simply uninstall the previously installed driver and update all the recommended drivers if they are outdated. You can Uninstall, roll back to the previous version, Disable or Update the drivers from settings. To do so, Visit the Device Manager and take a look at what you want to do with the driver.

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I hope it might have solved your problem. These were the simple and easiest solution for this problem. If you have still not got the solution till now, then simply check for the Windows updates, it might be the reason behind it. Also, check if you have plugged in all the external hardware carefully, this can also resolve this problem.

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