You reboot or start your Windows 10 computer and you get a blue screen with the stop code System Thread Exception not Handled. A reboot won’t fix it as you probably noticed. Is there a way out of this boot loop?

The blue screen is caused by a faulty driver that is installed on your system. Drivers can get updated automatically or they are being installed after you have connected a new piece of hardware.

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Scroll through the list and find the file name that matches the faulty driver that we found in Step 3. Note the published name oemx.inf

Remove the driver with the following command, where you replace oem1.inf with the correct published name of your driver.

DISM /Image:E:\ /Remove-Driver /Driver:oem1.infRestart your computer and check if the problem is resolved.

Rename the driver file

If you are unable to find the driver with the DISM command then you can also rename the file through the command line.

Navigate to the driver’s folder:

cd e:\windows\system32\driversRename the file, replace the file name with the name of the faulty driver.

ren Nvlddmkm.sys Nvlddmkm.oldRestart your computer by closing the command prompt windows and choose to Continue Windows 10. Check if the System Thread Exception not handled error resolved.

Step 6 – Repair your Sytem files

When the blue screen is caused by NTFS.sys or if you are unable to find a responsible driver, then we need to take a look at the system files. Corrupt system files can also cause the system_thread_exception_not_handled error.

Use the steps described earlier or from this article to start Windows 10 in recovery mode. Make sure you select Command Prompt from the recovery options or open Command Prompt in Safe mode (right-click start, choose command prompt or PowerShell)

First, we are going to repair any corrupt files in our Windows system image:

DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /RestorehealthWhen DISM is finished we can scan the system files and repair them if necessary:

sfc /scannow

Step 7 – Restore your Windows installation

When non of the steps above solved the System Thread Exception not Handled error on your computer then your last option is to restore your Windows 10 installation. Windows 10 has the option to keep your personal files, so in most cases, you won’t lose any data.

But always make sure you have a backup of your files before you start restoring your Windows installation.

The easiest way to repair Window 10 is with a recovery USB. I have described in this article how you can make one. Use the USB to restore your Windows installation.

Wrapping Up

The system_thread_exception_not_handled error can be a difficult error to fix, but it’s possible. If you can’t start Windows 10 in safe mode, then use a Windows 10 installation medium (see step 7) to start the recovery mode. This will allow you to open the command prompt and follow steps 5 and 6.

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I hope this article helped you with solving the error. Please share it when you found it useful. If you have any questions, just drop a comment below.