About Stop 0x0000008e

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How to Resolve BSOD stop 0X0000008E Errors

If you have confirmed that your computer is being affected by the blue screen error, there is a way to solve it. Before taking it to a specialist to resolve the issue, you can use simple steps and try to solvethe problem yourself. The steps help your computer recover from the error. Below are some of the basic steps that are used to solve the Blue Screen error.

 

          

Fix 0x0000008e Error – Step by Step

The first step is to confirm that your computer has the problem. Like stated above, you are bound to see a BlueScreen and different codes appearing on the screen. One of the codes that always show up is Stop 0X0000008E. Once you see this, then you can confirm that your computer has the blue screen error.

The next step is to turn off your computer. In most cases, this problem may just be a fluke. It is common on Windows XP. Carefully turn off your computer using the right methods. If you had any items connected to the computer, make sure you safely remove them before shutting the computer down. After you have shut it down, wait for a short time and then start it up again. When you start the computer, you should get a message that indicates that the computer is ok. The message will most likely read Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown message. If it doesn’t, you can follow the next steps to make sure you fix the issue.

If you still have the problem on your computer, it may be because you have recently added newhardwareto your computer. The software may be causing the computer to react with this error. It may also be because the new hardware or driver you have added is not compatible to the computer. Your best bet would be to try and undo the hardware or software changes to your computer and then test the computer again by shutting it down.

The next step would be to test your RAM since it is always the issue that causes the damage to the computer. Any memory modules that are not operating well should be replaced. If you do replace the system, text again to ensure the installation you have made has been installed correctly.

Make sure also that if the problems still exits that you have updated all your Windows updates on your computer. In other cases you may find that there are specific service packs that are missing from your computer which are able to deals with your stop 0X0000008E error.