How to Fix WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR Windows 10 – The blue screen on Windows laptop is faced by lots of people and it has become a common problem nowadays. How to Fix WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR Windows 10The “whea uncorrectable error” is possibly due two reasons i.e. hardware failure or issue with the Windows 10 drivers. Well, whatever is the problem, you will not be able to use your desktop computer or laptop until the problem is fixed.


Before moving towards the solution, let’s make you understand what WHEA Uncorrectable error is. It is a hardware error and it occurs because of Corrupted hardware like GPU, CU, PSU or corrupted RAM. Also, it may be a reason of corrupted drivers, head and voltage issues and corrupted Windows files.

Method 1. Remove Overclock temporarily in Bios

  1. Go to Start menu button and choose Settings icon.
  2. Locate and click on Update and Security.
  3. Hit the Recovery tab and click on Restart Now button in Advanced Startup section.
  4. Once your system gets restarted, move to Advanced startup by following the same method as above.
  5. Click Troubleshoot> Advanced Options> UEFI Firmware Settings.
  6. Hit the Restart button and after the restart, move to Advanced tab on BIOS screen.
  7. Click on Performance and locate Overclocking option in that.
  8. Disable this option if enabled and the save the changes to BIOS.
  9. Restart the system normally to see the changes

Now, the problem is resolved. If not, then you need to do something extra. Let’s move to the next method.

Method 2: Restart Windows in Safe Mode and Check the Drivers

  1. Restart your Windows 10 Laptop.
  2. When the System is in starting mode, press F8 key or Shift + F8 key on the keyboard to enter into the Recovery Mode.
  3. Reach to Safe Mode option with the help of Arrow keys on the keyboard.
  4. Once the system boots up in Safe Mode, take your mouse pointer to the start menu.
  5. Type Device Manager and hit Enter key. Now, you have to update the drivers in sequence.
  6. Reboot the PC after each update. Check if the error message appears again.

Method 3: Check for any Hardware issue

If the above solution doesn’t fix your problem then you need to check for any hardware issue. This can be done as:

  • Enter to the Safe mode and then move to Start screen.
  • Type “chkdsk” in the search box and hit Enter key.
  • Select the right option and then check the chkdsk software.
  • Let it run and if you see any error while running it then there is an issue with your hard drive.

Method 4: Launch Windows Memory Diagnostics

  • Move the Mouse’s pointer on Start screen and type Windows Memory Diagnostic.
  • Click on the right option appeared on the screen. Let the program run.
  • If any error comes to your way try to replace the memory.

Method 5: Remove the problematic Windows Updates

Many users have found this issue after the recent updates of Windows 10 therefore, you can try fixing this issue after removing the updates. Follow the below steps to do this:

  • Press Windows + I Key together to enter into the Settings app.
  • Now, move to Update and Security section and then navigate to Update History option.
  • Hit on Update History and then click on Uninstall updates.
  • You will see a list of updates on the screen. Select the update which you wish to remove.

After doing this, check if the problem still occurs. If not, then great! You have successfully fixed this issue.

Updated: February 13, 2019 — 7:32 am

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