By April Cai in Blue Screen Error Tags: BSODWindows 10


Since more and more users start using Windows 10 operating system, many errors of Windows 10 appear. BSOD (Blue screen of Death) errors takes up a large amount. It really annoys users as it may cause Windows 10 freezes or crashes. Thus it’s crucial to learn how to fix the error. Today in this post, we will be showing you how to fix the common one of the BSOD errors — UNEXPECTED_STORE_EXCEPTION on Windows 10. Please take your time on the following easy solutions. As the error could be due to different reasons, please try other solutions if one didn’t help you fix it.

Note: Due to the error, your computer probably cannot boot into Windows 10 as normal, then boot it into Safe Mode before trying the following solutions.


1. Performing clean boot

2. Running System File Checker

3. Update your drivers

4. Check for Windows Updates


Solution 1. Performing clean boot

Hold Windows key, then press R key to open Run box.

Type msconfig in the box and hit Enter to open System Configuration window.

Choose to view on Services pane.
Click Hide all Microsoft services > Disable all.

Go on to choose to view on Startup pane.
Click Open Task Manager.

On Task Manager window, tap on Startup pane.
Then highlight the unnecessary services except Windows safe services and click Disable.

Close Task Manager window and back on Services Configuration window, tap on Boot pane.
Then uncheck Safe boot and click OK.

Click Restart if prompted by System Configuration.
Then see if your computer can boot to Windows 10 normally.


Solution 2. Running System File Checker

Sometimes the corrupted system files can cause the blue screen error, in such case, we advise you run system file checker to scan the system file and repair the corrupted or missing ones.

Hold Windows key, then press X key to open quick-access menu.
Then click Command Prompt (Admin) to run it as administrator.

Click Yes when prompted by User Account Control.

Type sfc /scannow in pop-up window and hit Enter to run it.
Wait till Verification 100% complete.

Uncheck Safe boot under Boot pane of System Configuration window to reboot your Windows 10 into normal mode.
See if the error has been solved.


Solution 3. Update your drivers

The outdated or incompatible device drivers can often causes blue screen error. Therefore, once blue screen error pops up, it’s advised to check for driver issues on your Windows 10.

Way 1. Update driver via Device Manager 

Hold Windows key, then press X key to open quick-access menu.
Then click Device Manager.


On Device Manager window, expand each dialog to see if there’s any device shows with yellow exclamation mark  .

If there is, update those driver.

Right-click on the device with yellow mark.
Click Update Driver Software…

Click Search automatically for updated driver software.

Now Windows will detect the update automatically for you. Just follow the on-screen instructions to complete installing the update.

Notice: For some reasons, Microsoft cannot always find the detect for you, as a result you recevied message The best driver software for you device is already installed. In such case, try other ways to update. You can choose to download the latest driver from your device manufacturer’s website. But such way asks you find and download the correct driver all by yourself. It could be annoying and really time-consuming. Thus we advised you try the following way 2.

Way 2. Update driver via Driver Easy automatically

Driver Easy  is an extremely helpful and 100% safe driver tool. With one-click — Scan Now, it will find out all your missing or outdated drivers for you less than 1min. Comparing with check the drivers one by one, it’s super easy and convenient. 

After scanning, you can update all your missing and outdated drivers automatically with just one-click with its Pro version. It comes with a no-questions-asked 30-day money-back guarantee and professional tech support 24/7. Or your can try its Free version, and update your drivers one by one. 


Solution 4. Check for Windows Updates

Either hardware or software issues can lead to blue screen error. And Windows updates can address security flaws and bugs related to both hardware and software. Thus make sure you’ve install all the new Windows 10 updates to keep your Windows 10 healthy, stable and away from blue screen error.

Type Windows Update in the box.
Click Check for updates on the top result.

Click Check for updates on the right pane of pop-up window.

Go on to follow the on-screen instructions to install the updates.


That’s all there is to it.

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