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Resolved [Blue Screen "unexpected kernel mode trap"]

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by rutland, 2015/10/30.

  1. 2015/10/30
    rutland

    rutland Inactive Thread Starter

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    I keep getting a blue screen on my desktop PC Windows 10 with the explaination "unexpected kernel mode trap" Can anyone suggest the cause/cure please?
     
  2. 2015/10/30
    Evan Omo

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    Hi rutland. I would start by look through this link, How Can I Fix the UNEXPECTED_KERNEL_MODE_TRAP Windows 8 Error?

    Have you installed any new device drivers lately? Did you make any recent changes to your computer before this problem occurred? Are you overclocking any components?

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  4. 2015/11/14
    rutland

    rutland Inactive Thread Starter

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    Thanks. Sorry I have not replied before but I was unaware of your reply.

    Nothing to my knowledge in the way of new software. I spoke to Microsoft at one stage and they suggested it was due to a registry cleaner I had used. I am waiting for the new Fall update in the hope that this might correct things!
     
  5. 2015/11/14
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    Better to fix it now as any errors in the OS will migrate with the Update. (this has been a problem with W10 Upgrades as users have thought that the upgrade would cure their problems.)
    I would run sfc /scannow to see if your Registry cleaner has produced your problem.
    Right click Start > Command Prompt (Admin) > sfc /scannow > Enter key.
    Then wait for results. Neil.
     
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    rutland

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    After installing the Fall update, the problem seems to have gone!!!!!!!
     

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