KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED BSOD problem could happen to Windows 10. The cause can be a faulty driver, service, or faulty firmware. To resolve this problem, try solutions here.
If you can’t successfully start Windows, enter Safe Mode with Network and follow below instructions.
Solution 1: Uninstall Problematic Software/Driver
A faulty driver or service can be the cause of this problem. In this case, you most probably see the name of a file or service is mentioned in the error message as follows.
If you cannot tell the related software/driver from the specified file, use the name to search online to find out what software/driver is.
For software, go to Programs and Features to uninstall it.
Following steps are for your reference how to access Programs and Features in Windows 10.
1. Press Win+X(Windows key and R key) at the same time.
2. Click Programs and Features.
3. Select the problematic software then uninstall it from the list.
For driver, go to Device Manager to uninstall it. If you are not sure how to uninstall the driver, refer to How to Uninstall Drivers in Windows 10. After uninstalling the driver, restart Windows normally and see if the problem persists. If the problem is still there, update the driver to the latest version. You can go to your PC manufacturer’s website to download the driver. If you have difficulty in downloading drivers manually, you can use Driver Easy to help you. With Driver Easy Professional version, you can enjoy free technical support guarantee. So contact our support team for further assistance regarding this problem if you need.
Solution 2: Uninstall Remote Control Software
If the Win32k.sys file is mentioned in the message as follows, the cause may be third-party remote control software. If you have installed such kind software, go to Programs and Features to unintall it.
Solution 3: Free Disk Space
This error can also be caused if you run out of disk space. If it occurs when you are installing an application, clean up the space then try installing again.