How to Fix KMODE Exception Not Handled Error in Windows 10

by Hayate Abul Digital Marketing

KMODE Exception not handled error message is one of the Blue screen error on Windows 10 that it changes the whole display of your computer with a blue screen displaying the main error message and description about it. With the error code appearing on the blue screen, one can easily see what issue is going on in your system. The KMODE_Exception_Not_Handled is also one of such blue screen error message that signifies a system problem. 

This message error generally teases about the STOP error of your equipment that makes your device unstable, and it may randomly restart or shut down. The Stop term in the error message indicates that an issue handler has failed in holding an exception made from the Kernel application. It does also mean that your computer is facing some driver related issues.

There are plenty of other reasons for the issues, and it is not restricted to the missing or faulty system drivers. So let's figure it out working and practical fix for the KMODE Exception Not Handled error message on Windows 10. Let's get started. 

Solutions to KMODE Exception Not Handled on Windows 10

Step 1: Navigate to the Safe Mode

First of all whenever you see the blue-screen error, whether it be the KMODE exception error, the first should be heading to the Safe Mode.

Step 2: Updating the System Drivers

1.       Make sure to press the Start + X buttons together at once on your keyboard. Now choose the Device Manager utility. 

2.       Head to Other devices option by double-clicking it.

3.       You might see an Unknown device placed beneath it with displaying a yellow caution warning. Make sure to press the right click on the drivers that are displaying yellow caution mark.=

4.       Head to Search automatically for updated driver software.

5.       The installation or the updating process will begin and let it take its time to get done once the drivers with yellow caution are updated and resolved, restart the system and check if any driver still showing the yellow caution. 

Deactivate Faulty Drivers

The next solution is to find out the drivers that are causing the KMODE Exception Not Handled issues on your Windows 10 PC. To identify the corrupted or outdated drivers, make sure to open Driver Verifier, a built-in Windows utility.

1.       Write down the "verifier" in the dialogue box of Cortana. 

2.       Press on the appropriate result.

3.       You may be asked by the system for confirmation, so allow it to proceed.

4.       The Driver Verifier Manager window would appear.

5.       Now you will see several round cells displaying a description of their function. Tap on Create standard settings.

6.       Once the Create standard settings option is selected, tap on the Next link.

7.       Press on Automatically select all drivers installed on this computer option. 

8.       Head to the Finish button.

9.       now you will be asked to restart the computer so press ok. 

10.   Now on the system startup, you will see the list of your computer drivers. If there is any faulty or damaged driver, there is a BSOD option located beside them to disable them.

11.   Now disable all drivers using the same way. 

12.   To disable the faulty drivers make sure to recognize this list. And then once the computer turns on, open Device Manager to deactivate them.

13.   Once the driver is disabled or removed, make sure to reinstall or update it with recommended settings. 


Mathew Anderson 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, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Norton security products at

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