We all know how efficient our computers can be. This is quite significant these days when they are performing at such high levels. However, even with all the advancements, they can still be troublesome. Our technology is not perfect and it will never be.
Considering this aspect of the technology, a PC user may encounter numerous troublesome issues. Errors are common among them. We do not understand what it says and we do not know what to do next. Hence, we need a clear understanding of the situation.
Most users would have seen the error “WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR” on a blue screen on their system. This error indicates that there is a problem with your hardware or drivers. You cannot do anything further unless you solve this issue.
WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR is an error that affects Windows 10 and 8 and indicates that there has been a system shut down to protect itself from any data loss possible. Yes, many users prefer to this as windows blue screen error as well.
For an unfamiliar user, this error can put him in a helpless situation. And hence it is important to know the basics of these kinds of errors and know how to solve them. This article will help you to overcome all the obstacles that this error presents to you. Read on.
There are many variations that have been seen by users. These errors are not only annoying but also time-consuming. Hence it’s always good to have some basics so that you are familiar with your obstacles.
1. Whea Uncorrectable Error (Overclock)
This error is easy to handle and a user can get rid of it by varying few settings in the overclock section.
2. Whea Uncorrectable Error (Windows 10 Sysprep)
This error is seen sometimes when using sys prep. How to clear your system of this error will be provided as a solution in the coming section.
3. Whea Uncorrectable Error (Overheat)
This error pops up when you use your system for a long time without a working fan that cools your pc. Hence, you can check for the fan to solve this issue.
If you have tried all the above methods for your errors to be gone and none have worked for you then we aren’t done yet.
Try disabling Turbo boost in BIOS and uninstalling Intel turbo boost. You can also try resetting the BIOS settings to the default options.
WHEA_UNCORRECTABLE_ERROR won’t be any issue from now on. Because this article will be a complete help for a user even with the slightest knowledge of this error. However, you are still getting the same, let us know via the comment section.