Some of the worst nightmares of all the Windows user are the Blue Screen of Death errors or simply put when the computer screen goes blue screen and there is nothing left for you to do other than restarting your machine which includes risk of losing your unsaved work. Basically this happens when your computer gets hit by an error and it loses the ability to understand what happened so it just shuts down
Now in order to solve the error, we first must understand what this error is and to understand we would need to look at the error or text code that will be given on the blue screen, which in this case is VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL ERROR.
You must have heard of such an error so it might look like it will be tough to solve it but it pretty damn easy to fix this error. So now the question arises that how this error can be fixed? We have listed 4 fixes and by one of them should help you to fix this issue. Only in rare case, one would have to try all of them.
How to Fix Video Scheduler Internal Error?
Fix #1 Scan Corrupted Files
It is usually seen that faulty, corrupted files or the corruption of hard drive are the main reason of blue screen of death errors. Now in order to scan the files and your hard drive, just follow the steps that are given below:
- Open the Start Menu of your computer and the search for Command Prompt and the right click on it followed by selecting ‘Run as Administrator’ to open the Command Prompt.
- Now in the Command Prompt type chkdsk /f /r, followed by pressing Enter on your keyboard in order to move the process further.
- Now click ‘Y’ in order to start the scan.
After that, restart your computer to check if the problem has been solved. If problem is not solved then follow the next fix.
Fix#2 SFC Scan
To solve this error you can also do an SFC Scan. If you do not know how you can perform the SFC scan then follow the instructions that we have written below.
- Open the Start Menu of your computer and search for Command Prompt and then right click on it followed by selecting ‘Run as Administrator’ in order to open the Command Prompt.
- Now in the Command Prompt type sfc /scannow, followed by pressing Enter on your keyboard to start the scan.
- This process might take some time. After the scan has completed restart the PC to check that if the issue has been solved.
If this Video Scheduler Internal Error still persists then follow the next fix.
Fix#3 Update The Windows Version
If it has been a long time since you updated your computer then that could also be the reason of this issue, as outdated patch or corrupted patch often causes this error. So to solve this error update your Computer to the latest version possible.
If you don’t know how you can update your PC then follow the instructions give below:
- Open the Start Menu and then in the search bar type Updates and then select the option ‘Check for Updates’.
- After that, Windows will automatically look for the updates and if found then it will update the version of your Windows.
Fix-4 Check Your Drivers
Outdated, corrupted or faulty drivers have also proven to cause of this error. To fix the error, you will need to ‘Update the System Drivers’.
This is an easy task and if you do not know how to perform this then follow the instructions given below.
- Open the Start Menu and then search for Device Manager.
- Now in the device manager check all the devices by right clicking on them and then followed by selecting Update Drivers.
- Now select Search automatically for updated driver software to update your PC’s drivers. Now repeat the process for each and every driver.
After updating each and every driver of your devices restart your PC to check that if the problem still persists. If it still does then don’t worry, we still have got a trick in the bag for you.
Fix#5 Hardware Changes
Now along with faulty, corrupt and outdated drivers there are times when due to hardware changes some kind of flaws are emerged in the device drivers. So these flaws leads to causing the error; in order to fix it follow the instructions that we have given below
- Open the Start Menu and then search for the Device Manager option.
- Now in the Device Manager scan for Hardware Changes.
- After the scan, you will be provided with a list.
- Look out for a device driver that will be having an unusual marking right next to it, such as either question mark or exclamation mark or a Yellow sign.
- If you spot any such warning device then uninstall it.
- After that from the official website of the Manufacturer, download the device drivers to make the device able to function normally again.
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