Find Out what Causes your Computer to Show SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION

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SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION-ERROR

The system_service_exception is a common error that comes along with the Blue Screen of Death. Either one of the system drivers are not working correctly, or there are issues with the Boot Configuration Data (BCD). Below is the all-around information to get this error fixed within minutes.

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Enable Legacy Advanced Boot

Legacy Advanced Boot Options enable users to load a computer in safe mode, safe mode with networking and troubleshoot it using Command Prompt. If you’re using Windows 8/ 8.1/ 10, enable legacy advanced boot menu as shown below.

  1. Insert the Windows operating system bootable installation media in your DVD drive.
  2. Restart your PC/ laptop.
  3. Enter the BIOS setup by repeatedly pressing F2 or Delete key.
  4. Configure your system to boot from the inserted DVD/ CD.
  5. Save the settings. Your computer will automatically restart.
  6. Press any key to boot from CD or DVD.
  7. Click Next in the first and foremost screen.
  8. In the subsequent page, click Repair your computer.
  9. Under the Choose an option category, click the Troubleshoot icon.
  10. Click Advanced options.
  11. Click Command Prompt.
  12. In the command-line interface, type C
  13. Hit ENTER.
  14. Execute the following commands one by one:
    • BCDEDIT /SET {DEFAULT} BOOTMENUPOLICY LEGACY
    • EXIT
  15. Once you’re returned to the Choose an option screen, click Continue to restart your computer.

Temporarily Disable Webcam

Sometimes, certain hardware such as printer, webcam, USB flash drive may cause the system to malfunction. To resolve SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION error, you may want to disable your webcam using Device Manager – a Control Panel applet that lists all devices connected to your computer.

  1. Open Device Manager.
  2. Press Windows Key + X.
  3. Choose Device Manager from the list.
  4. Locate the webcam, right-click it and select Disable option.
  5. Exit the window, reboot your computer.
  6. It may possible that you are getting the error due to another hardware and not by Webcam so explore a bit before finding the faulty device.

Restore PC to an Earlier Restore Point

System Restore is an incredible system recovery tool, included in Windows free-of-cost. This tool allows you to select individual restore points to restore your system from critical errors.

  1. Right-click on the Computer icon on your Desktop.
  2. Select Properties.
  3. Click Advanced system settings.
  4. System Properties dialog will be opened.
  5. Click the System Protection tab.
  6. Click System Restore.
  7. Click Next.
  8. Select a recent restore point, and then click Next.

Copy the File from another Source

An important system file could be missing. You have to options: You can either download the file from the Nvidia website or simply copy it from your local hard disk to below mentioned locations.

  1. Double-click the Computer icon on your Desktop.
  2. Open the following location:
    • C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\International Display
  3. Copy the file nvlddmkm.sys to the following destination directories:
    • C:\Windows\System
    • C:\Windows\System32
    • C:\NVIDIA
  4. Restart your PC for the changes to take effects.

Note: If the corresponding file is not found, download it from the official Nvidia website.

Uninstall Video Driver

It may be possible that your video driver automatically crashes and restores. You might want to uninstall it and then reboot your PC.

  1. Go to the Device Manager again.
  2. Expand the top node, and then Display Adapters.
  3. Right-click the NVIDIA Driver, select Uninstall.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
  5. Right-click the top node, select Scan for new changes.
  6. After successful installation, restart your computer.
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