Seeing the newly designed, elegant Blue Screen of Death in Windows 10 isn’t a good thing to start a day. In spite of the fact that the latest Windows version is more stable and powered with protection mechanisms, it occasionally crashes with 0x00000ea error. Let’s take a look at the most likely reasons.
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
Uninstall Latest Updates
Your operating system does its best to keep itself up-to-date with latest updates and security patches. They make your computer run smoothly and efficiently. It may, however, behave unexpectedly when an update fails. Revert the changes made to your PC by uninstalling all recent updates.
1. Press the Windows Key + X simultaneously.
2. Select Search.
3. Type Updates in the Search Box.
4. Open View installed updates.
5. Sort the updates by the date of installation. To do so, click the Installed on the column head.
6. Right-click an update you’d like to remove, select the Uninstall option.
7. Follow the on-screen instructions, reboot.
Turn Off Secure Boot
Secure Boot is a security standard that deals with unified extensible firmware. It has been in controversy due to BSOD 0x00000ea, system crashes, and other problems. You might want to enter the BIOS Setup and temporarily disable this feature. To enter BIOS Setup, please restart your computer and press F2 or Delete key repeatedly. In the case of Lenovo laptop, press and hold the small key that leads you to the Boot Sequence, BIOS Setup, and other options.
Change Default Save Locations
Set the default location to the Windows installation drive as follows:
1. Click the Start button, select Settings.
2. Click the System icon.
3. Click the Storage tab.
4. Scroll down the right-hand side panel.
5. Select the operating system drive (C:\) in all the Apps, Documents, Music, Pictures and Videos save locations drop down boxes.
6. Exit the screen.
Change AppXSvc Value
Make sure that the system Registry is correctly set up. The steps are as under:
1. Press Windows Key + R altogether.
2. Type RegEdit and click OK.
3. Locate the following subkey:
4. Double-click the string named AppXSvc and replace its value with 4.
5. Click OK.
6. Exit the Registry Editor and restart your PC.
Conduct Memory Tests
Launch the Windows Memory Diagnostic, a tool that determines memory failure and memory leaks resulting in 0x00000ea error.
1. Press Windows Key + R simultaneously.
2. Type mdsched in the textbox.
3. Click OK.
4. Click Restart now and check for problems.