WHEA Uncorrectable Error [Full guide to fix it]
- Since hardware issues are the main cause of this error, updating frequently can be a solution.
- We’ve written many other articles addressing Whea’s bugs and providing fixes for each one.
- As you can see, Windows 10 errors caused by hardware incompatibilities can also be the main cause of error messages.
- Unfortunately, blue screen errors are very common and destructive, but our library has articles covering most of them.
The Whea unrecoverable error message Windows 10 displays on a blue screen can have two causes.
Either you have a hardware failure or you are having problems with your Windows 10 drivers that are probably not compatible with your operating system.
Either way, you won’t be able to use your desktop or laptop PC until you resolve the issue.
At worst, the Whea Uncorrectable Error message on a blue screen on Windows 10 can be caused by any number of hardware errors.
- The hard drive is not responding
- Your RAM is not responding
- Your motherboard is not working properly
A good case would be that after upgrading your PC to Windows 10, some drivers on the computer are not working properly. How we can check all this is explained in the following tutorial.
Whea variations of uncorrectable errors
Whea uncorrectable error can be serious and many users reported the following errors as well:
- Whea uncorrectable error windows 10 sysprep
- According to users, sometimes this error can appear while using sysprep.
- However, you need to solve the problem using one of our solutions.
- Whea unrecoverable overclocking error
- Whea uncorrectable hal.dll error, ntoskrnl exe
- In some cases, this error can be caused by certain files.
- Many users have reported that hal.dll and ntoskrnl.exe can cause this error.
- Recoverable whea overheat error
- This error can sometimes appear due to overheating.
- If your PC is overheating, clean it or check if your fan is working properly.
- Erroneous error Start error
- Several users have reported that this error message appears as soon as the PC starts up
- To solve this problem, you should use one of our Safe Mode solutions.
- Incorrect BIOS update for whea error
- Sometimes a BIOS update can cause this problem to appear
- To fix the problem, you may need to revert to the previous BIOS version.
How do I fix Whea’s unrepairable errors?
1. Disable BIOS overclocking
- Open Start Menu and go to Settings .
2.Let’s go to Update and Security and then to Recovery Language.
3.click on Restart Now Click on Start Advanced and your computer will restart.
4.Under Advanced boot go to Solve problems, So Advanced options and So UEFI firmware settings .
6.After restarting the computer, the BIOS should automatically open Advanced language.
7.Naviateto exercise, and research overclocking
8.Make sure overclocking is disabled.
9.Save the changes in the BIOS (by pressing F10 on the keyboard) and boot the computer normally.
The most common solution to this error is to disable BIOS overclocking. Please note that overclocking your PC can cause many problems including overheating, blue screen of death and other technical issues.
Therefore, overclocking software can trigger Whea incompatible errors. You can disable or uninstall any overclocking software on your PC to fix this problem.
After disabling overclocking, this problem should no longer occur. However, if it’s still there, check out one of the solutions below.
2. Start Windows in Safe Mode and search for drivers
- Restart or close Windows 10 PCS.
- When the PC starts, press F8 on the keyboard or another combination would be Shift + F8 .
- Recovery mode should start.
- Choose Safe mode and follow the on-screen instructions.
- After the computer starts in safe mode, move the mouse to the right side of the screen
- On the Start menu, click the search box.
- In the search box, type device administrator .
- So Device Administrator opens, we need to update the drivers one by one.
- This way we will see if one of our drivers caused the error.
- After updating the drivers, we need to restart the PC.
- Check if you get the same error message.
Updating your drivers manually is very annoying and can permanently damage your PC (downloading the wrong driver versions). So we recommend running the TweakBit driver update tool (100% safe and tested by us) automatically.