A fault occurring in the WHEA Error Reporting or an internal bug dealing with certain parameters causes this error.
You’re just 3 steps away from fixing this problem… 1. Download and install the Diagnostic 2. Run full scan 3. Perform system clean-up & repair Estimated download time: 10 Seconds
You’re just 3 steps away from fixing this problem…
1. Download and install the Diagnostic
2. Run full scan
3. Perform system clean-up & repair
Estimated download time: 10 Seconds
Windows Update is a tool that downloads and installs security and other updates on your machines on a regular basis. Updates are helpful to fix commonly encountered problems and programming bugs. Try diagnosing error 0x122 as follows:
- In the Search Box on your Taskbar, type Update.
- Open Check for Updates from the Search Results.
- It opens the Settings window with Windows Update tab.
- Click the Check for Updates button.
Turn Off Overclocking
The process of overclocking pushes your hardware components harder and faster in an attempt to achieve a higher speed and clock rate. This process which increases the voltage of your CPU can fail and cause error 0x122.
- Click Start, and then Settings.
- Click Update & Security icon.
- Click the Recovery tab.
- In the right-hand side panel, click the Restart Now button under Advanced Startup category.
- Your computer will restart and come up with several options.
- Click Troubleshoot under Advanced Startup.
- Select Advanced Options | UEFI Firmware Settings.
- Click the Restart button.
Scan your hard disk for errors and bad sectors. The disk checkup utility in Windows will attempt to repair bad sectors detected on your hard disk.
- Double- click This PC icon.
- Right-click your system drive, usually C:\
- Select Properties.
- Click the Tools tab.
- Click Check.
- Click Scan Drive.
- The computer cannot scan your primary partition while it is in use. A system reboot is required to start the scan at the pre-boot interval process.
Use a Restore Point
System Restore is a recovery feature that restores your computer to a previous state without deleting your documents and other files. This feature returns Windows settings to an earlier point in time.
- Right-click This PC icon.
- Select Properties.
- Click Advanced system settings.
- Click the System Protection tab.
- Click System Restore.
- A wizard will appear on your screen.
- Click Next.
- Check-up the Show more restore points box to expand the available items in the list box.
- Select a preferred restore point, and then click Next.
Windows Memory Diagnostic commonly abbreviated as mdsched is a common tool used to identify problems with your computer RAM. This diagnostic tool conducts memory tests automatically when you restart the computer.
- Press Windows Key + X, select Control Panel.
- Click System and Security | Administrative Tools.
- Double-click Windows Memory Diagnostic.
- Click Restart Now and Check for Problems.