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How to fix Windows 10 error KMode Exception Not Handled

One of the most common blue screen error is KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED which is usually caused by a faulty driver, faulty service or faulty firmware. If you don’t know what to do in order to resolve this issue, try the methods we have explained below. You do not have to try all these methods, just keep trying one by one until one works out for you.

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Attention – If you can not start windows, enter safe mode and follow the instructions given to you below.

Method 1 – Uninstall Problematic Software/Driver

Usually a faulty driver or software is the cause of this issue and in most cases you are able to see the name of the file/service/software mentioned in the error message as shown in image below

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So now that you know the cause of the problem, so to solve it, go to Control Panel and open Programs, then in the Programs and Features tab select Uninstall a Program as given below.

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In case of a driver, go to Device Manager and uninstall it pressing the keys Win+R (Windows key and R key) and it  will pop up a Run dialog box.

Now type in the command devmgmt.msc in the run box and click OK button which will open Device Manager window.

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In the Device Manager, expand the category and locate the device that you want to uninstall and then right click on the Device name and select uninstall.

Windows will give you a prompt to confirm the uninstallation; click the OK button and then restart your PC.

Attention: If the problem still persists then kindly update the driver to the latest version. You have to go to your PC manufacturer’s website to download the driver.

Check that if the problem is still present and if it is then follow the next methods.

Method 2 – Uninstall Remote Control Software

If you have installed a third party remote control software, then it might lead to this problem in your computer so uninstall the software via Control Panel (As mentioned above).

Check if the error is gone after uninstalling remote control software, if it does then move on the next method.

Method 3 – Free Disk Space

The one more thing that causes this error to be triggered when you run out of disk space on your computer. So if the run into KMode Exception Not Handled error while installing wan application, then clean up the space and then try installing again. You can Free disk command or use a software like CCleaner.

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