ATI Video Driver Failure - System Thread Exception Not Handled
Aug 22, 2015
So 4 days ago i decided to build a new PC. For my GPU i decided to get a PowerColor Devil 13 Dual Core r9 290x (the cause of the problem), which as i understand, is the same as 2 290x's crossfired. I set up my PC with Windows 10 pro and the OS had installed the r9 200 series driver. Windows messages started popping up, saying that the vidoe driver has stopped responding.
After a few of them, the blue screen of death popped up with and error message:
SYSTEM_THREAD_EXEPTON_NOT_HANDLED, with sometimes some of them being with a different error message- like VIEDO_TDR_FAILURE or CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED.
Still, all of them occurred after a video driver had been installed. I obviously tried installing them myself from the AMD website, but the same happened. Even with the driver auto detect utility, as some said, doing so would fix it, but no. I tried my PC setup with my old r9 280x and everything worked perfectly.
Several weeks ago I booted my computer and had a bsod on the windows logo. Spent several hours trying to find anything before just nuking and reinstalling. It just happened again and I might cry. Bsod on every boot, including safe mode and automatic repair.
Best guess is it is video driver related, but I can't get in to uninstall. Both times it was the most up to date drivers available. I've disabled the discrete video card via bios. Last time I had to pop out the hd and mount it on my desktop to recover files and wipe.
Upgraded to Win 10 from 8.1 recently and it was working fine. This morning when I tried to boot it won't. Stays stuck in a 'your PC ran into a problem' loop and shows a 'system thread exception not handled' error.
I hadn't got a chance to create a recovery disk (the Internet tells me I need this to be able restore without losing my files and data).
I have a Win 7 laptop which I'm typing this on but which hasn't received its Win 10 update so that I can create a recovery disk on it.
I updated to Windows 10 last week from 8.1 on my Samsung laptop. The update went fine but the restart left me with the message "System THread Exception Not Handled". The only way to get my computer to reboot was to restore it to the original 8.1 version.
I am brave so I decided to try the upgrade again this morning following the "must do" steps for after the upgrade as outlined in this article: How to 10 things to do after installing Windows 10 - Microsoft Community
The upgrade went quicker this time but with when restarted I got the same message. The only difference this time is the fact that I had created a new restore point after the upgrade. so I am still in Windows 10. I checked for all the updates, drivers, etc and found nothing new. I am set to reboot at 3:00 am tomorrow and am fearful that I will have the same result again.
Today I've upgraded win 8.1 on my laptop Acer 5738DG to win10. Whole installation passed w/o issues and upon finalization of installation lappy shutdown itself and each boot end with BSOD "system thread exception not handled".
Even when I'm trying to start clean install from boot-usb it wont load installation but always end up with BSOD.
Okay so I have been having some blue screen issues. I have tried many troubleshooting solutions but I cannot seem to find out what is causing these issues and I need a hand. Minidump info included in link. Ran memtest today with 8 passes 0 Errors.
Downloaded the free Windows 10 upgrade on computer running Windows 7. Am now stuck in the above error loop. I have read the answer that requires a reboot disc and of course do not have one. I've tried reset with no success, and various troubleshooting options with likewise. Don't know much about computers, how to get back to windows 7? The system restore and go back to previous build options don't work either.
I kept getting encouragements from Microsoft and IT guys to upgrade to Windows 10. Unfortunately, I did not check with Dell whether they recommend the upgrade. It turns out that Dell does not recommend my model (XPS 8500) to be upgraded to Windows 10.
I went through the upgrade 2 days ago and yesterday I ended up with "System Thread Exception Not Handled" error. One of the solutions for resolving this error, after much googling, is to download Win 10 drivers from Dell. Well, that's how I found that Dell doesn't recommend it. There are no drivers. Here's exactly what Dell says:
Product not tested for Windows 10 upgrade.Dell is not testing or developing Windows 10 drivers for this product. If you choose to upgrade, some features, applications, and connected devices may not work as expected.I' stuck in a loop with this error message and can't load. How would I undo the upgrade? I get the feeling if I choose to stay with Win 10, I would be beset by a slew of compatibility issues which I would rather not encounter.
Windows 10 system thread exception not handled error, then it tries to restart because of the fault but instead it shuts down, then if you switch it on again it tries to start for a while but goes off, no way event if you keep on doing that.
Today i've upgraded win 8.1 on my laptop Acer 5738DG to win10.Whole installation passed w/o issues and upon finalization laptop shutdown itself and each boot after ends with BSOD "system thread exception not handled".Even when i'm trying to start safe mode or clean install from boot-usb,it wont load but always end up with BSOD.
Today, I finally went through with the free Windows 10 upgrade. After the upgrade concluded, my laptop worked fine for about an hour, after which time it crashed to the new and improved Windows 10 BSOD, informing me that they would restart my computer for me. The problem is that, after the initial ACER screen, in which I can press F2 to enter setup, a Windows Automatic Repair screen comes up, and shortly thereafter, crashes right back to the BSOD. It will do this 5 or 6 times before giving up and staying shut down. I cannot press F8 or Shift+F8 to enter safe mode at any point.
Now, when I press F2 to enter the set up screen, I am given the following 5 screens, in order:
As far as I can tell, with an admitted lack of expertise, there does not appear to be any way for me to access the BIOS to at least get to safe mode, and perhaps go back to a restore point.
I am using windows 10 from 1st of august by upgrading from win7ultimate,thought of clean install at a later time. After a day,the system stuttered while watching videos through vlc,or at youtube(maybe by just by watching).
After some days the desktop seemed to be refreshing again and again at startup, last night after refreshing loop, pc restarted itself,attempting automatic repair and restarts or boots again and again and error shows that [system thread exception not handled] and is on a boot loop.
I tried to use through installaton by usb for repair or clean install but the same problem is seen there too, what to do?
I had the above message on the Blue Screen and when it automatically rebooted, it rebooted 4 times before going into a black screen. I have a (crappy), fairly new Dell Inspiron 3520. I was running Windows 10 on it (yes, I was stupid enough to install it on a laptop that wasn't tested by Dell for Windows 10, that's pretty much my life). It's been fine up until today when that happened.
Finally got into safe mode through command prompt and was able to delete the driver from my Nvidia graphics card. Booted back up in normal mode and began the download for new driver. Then BSOD during installation.
I have an Asus Transformerbook T100TA running Windows 10. I keep getting the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) with an error code of KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED. It usually happens when I have not used the computer in a while and open it back up to use it.
Been recently encountering BSoDs with KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED when gaming, specifically the open beta of Monster Hunter Online. Happens after around 2 hours or so. Doesn't happen with other games and has not happened before.
I have Intel Core i5 and AMD Radeon 260X (I just switched to it).Got my Pro 64-bit Windows 10, but after I start a game or process like for ex. Skype, the system crashes. It is something similar to the blue screen of Win7. I know it is normal new OS to have bugs and glitches, but that is just too much.
The bluescreens are really random and like to happen out of no where. I could be playing League or Blade and Soul and it when it happens. I usually always have chrome open in the background watching something. Some days PC would boot up and I would have to restart because it's slow and not opening anything.