How to Fix Kernel Mode Heap Corruption Error

by Ryan Smith Online Blogger

Some of the users are reporting that “Kernel Mode Heap Corruption Error” while using the system normally or doing CPU intensive activity. It is very common to get the blue screen on the system and it generally doesn’t show any serious problem with the operating system. Do you want to fix this error? Then, go through the instructions mentioned below.


Here’s How to Fix Kernel Mode Heap Corruption Error

•    Check for conflicting or incompatible program

1.    Click on the Windows and R keys together.

2.    Enter “appwiz.cpl” in the prompt box.

3.    Click on the Enter option.

4.    Now, you will get the menu list of all the apps which are already installed on the system.

5.    You need to right-click on the app, which is causing this problem.

6.    Now, you need to uninstall the app from the system.

7.    Start restarting the system once you have completed the uninstalling process.

8.    Now, you need to check if you have fixed Kernel mode heap corruption error.

9.    If this method does not fix this error, then go through some of the other methods listed below.

•    Check the drivers for any issue

1.    Click on the Windows and S keys together.

2.    Enter the “command prompt” in the search bar.

3.    You need to right-click on the app.

4.    Choose the Run as administrator option.

5.    After opening the command prompt menu, run the below-mentioned command:


6.    Choose the Create standard settings tab.

7.    Click on the Next option,

8.    Choose the Automatically select all drivers installed on this computer option.

9.    Press on the Finish option.

10.    Now Windows will start scanning to identify any error.

11.    After that, you have to start the system again.

12.    After restarting the system, it will identify all the drivers already installed on the system for any error.

13.    In case it identifies any error, then you will get the notification.

14.    This procedure will take a few minutes to complete.

15.    In case this method doesn’t solve your problem, then move to the other methods listed below.

•    Update Drivers

1.    Click on the Windows and R keys together.

2.    It will open the Run prompt box.

3.    Enter “devmgmt.msc” in the prompt box.

4.    After that, press on the Enter option.

5.    It will open the device manager menu.

6.    Now, you will get all the menu list of all the devices which you are already installed on the system.

7.    Go through all the installed drivers.

8.    Now, you need to find the one which is the reason for this issue.

9.    Press on the Display adapters option.

10.    You need to go through the display card.

11.    You have to right-click on the display card.

12.    Choose the Update driver option.

13.    Now, you will get the prompt box on the screen.

14.    Choose the option located on the top of the menu list.

15.    In case you are not able to update all the drivers, then go to the manufacturer website.

16.    Start downloading all the drivers.

17.    Choose the second option listed on the menu list.

18.    Start updating the drivers before you restart the system.

19.    Once you have completed the restarting process, check whether the issue has been fixed or not.

•    Check RAM for bad sectors through Memtest86

1.    Go to the memtest86 online site.

2.    Start downloading the module.

3.    After downloading the module, open it. Choose the bootable USB drive placed in the system.

4.    Once you have created the bootable drive, start the system again.

5.    Wait until the system completed the loading process.

6.    Once the Bootable drive software is loaded, then go through the memory test.

Ryan Smith is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cyber security and office utilities, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Microsoft products at

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