System Thread Exception Not Handled is the most common error that Windows 8 and 10 users getting usually. A few week back I also came across this, and I searched more about this; I found that this error is popularly known as Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error. I took many steps to fix this error and finally settled. Here I am going to tell you an exact and comprehensive guide on “How To Fix System Thread Exception Not Handled on Windows 10.” So after this manual, you don’t need to look anywhere else.

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Fix System Thread Exception Not Handled Error on Windows 10


 System Thread Exception Not Handled Error commonly occurs due to the infective driver (outdated or crashed). So the biggest solution is, detect any infective or outdated system driver in your Windows PC and update it to the latest version. If you deleted any driver by mistake; don’t worry, Windows 8 and 10 has an in-built recovery option. Anytime you can restore your computer to factory mode.

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How To Update Outdated Driver on Windows 8 & 10

If you don’t know how to reach the driver’s option, you can follow below steps-

  • Close All Tabs Initially.
  • Click on My Computer menu.

my computer

  • Go to manage from the navigation bar.


  • Click on device manager.

device manager

  • You’ll have lots of option, now you can update any driver by right clicking on any option.

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Fix System Thread Exception Not Handled Using Command Prompt

The another way to fix System Thread Exception Not Handled error is via command prompt, follow below steps to fix BSOD error-

  • Go to Troubleshoot > Advanced Options > Command Prompt.
  • Run the following command there-

sfc /scannow /offbootdir=c:\ /offwindir=c:\windows

  • It’ll find some errors but shall not be able to fix all. Also run following command then

bcdedit /set {default} bootmenupolicy legacy

  • After running this command, close the command prompt.
  • Restart your computer; you’ll no longer face SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED BSOD error on your PC.



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