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System Thread Exception Not Handled Error in Windows 11

In this artilce we have explained a quick steps to fix System Thread Exception Not Handled Error in Windows 11.

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List of Errors :

– nvlddmkm.sys : NVIDIA graphics driver
– igdkmd64.sys : Intel graphics driver
– atkimpag.sys : AMD graphics driver
– hidclass.sys : Mouse or keyboard driver
– acpi.sys : Windows ACPI driver
– rtkvhd64.sys : Realtek audio driver
– syntp.sys : Synaptics Touchpad driver
– tcpip.sys : Network card driver
– usbxhci.sys : USB driver


Enter Safe Mode with Networking.

  • Before we start talking about the method, you have to go into safe mode with networking.
  • Possibly you have a different screen or a lock screen.
  • Lock your PC and, once you have a screen or a recovery environment screen.
  • Click on Advanced troubleshooting.
  • Once you have a Advanced troubleshooting screen, press the shift key, hold it down, and then click on the power icon and restart.
  • Do not leave the shift key until you get a screen like this.
  • Click on Troubleshoot > then select Advanced options > Select Startup settings.
  • Click on Restart. Now, it will boot up your PC into safe mode with networking.
  • Select the fifth option by pressing F5 on your keyboard.
  • Once you have a screen, start performing all the methods to fix the error message.


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Method 1. Perform a System Restore.

  • Do a right-click on the Windows icon and select Run.
  • Type this command: rstui.exe and click OK.
  • You will get a “Restore system file and settings” window on your screen.
  • Click on Next.
  • Select the date when your Windows 11 PC was working fine.
  • Click on Scan for affected programs to check which programs will be affected after running the system restore.
  • You will see information on the program and driver that will be deleted or restored.
  • Once selected, click Next to restore your Windows 11 PC to the back date when it was working fine.


Method 2. Use Command Prompt.

  • First, click on the search and type CMD.
  • Make sure you click on Run as administrator.
  • Simply copy the commands and paste them in command Prompt.

sfc /scannow and press Enter.

DISM /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth and press Enter.

chkdsk c: /f /r and press Enter.

  • Run the Commands one by one.
  • The verification process may take some time. Let it run till 100%.


Method 3. Roll Back Driver.

  • Open Device Manager by right-clicking on the Windows icon and selecting Device Manager.
  • In the Display Adapter section, click on the arrow.
  • Right-click on your driver and select Properties.
  • Click on the Driver tab and select Roll Back Driver.
  • Click Apply and OK.
  • Restart your computer to check if this helps fix the problem.


Method 4. Uninstall and Reinstall the Driver.

  • In Device Manager, right-click on your driver and select Uninstall Device.
  • Restart your computer. Windows 11 PC will install the driver automatically.
  • Alternatively, search for the driver on the internet and manually install it on your Windows 11 PC.

6. Check Windows Memory.

  • Run Windows Memory Diagnostic Tool by typing the name in the search.
  • Click on Run as Administrator.
  • Click on Restart now and check for problems (recommended).
  • The computer will restart and check for RAM issues.
Tajender Singh
Tajender Singh
Tajender is a true tech enthusiast with over 5 years of hands-on experience in the world of technology. Since 2016, He has been sharing his passion through blogging, focusing on creating easy-to-follow, step-by-step troubleshooting guides to help others tackle tech challenges through blogging and real time troubleshooting steps on YouTube Channel.



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