Your computer may freeze and restart automatically followed by a Blue Screen of Death with Whea_Uncorrectable_Error code to prevent data loss and damage to the hardware.
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Prevent Voltage Fluctuation
Most often, this error occurs due to abnormal and unsteady variations in the voltage. It is possible that your Switch Mode Power Supply (SMPS) is outside of its correct voltage range, therefore results in failure to regulate the voltage. Contact the electrical engineer or use a stabilizer.
Set BIOS Defaults
One of the users has most likely changed your Basic Input Output System (BIOS) settings. The problem can be resolved by simply resetting the BIOS defaults.
- Restart your computer.
- Press F2 or Delete keys repeatedly.
- In the CMOS Setup screen, look for an option Exit.
- Select Restore default changes.
- Again, select Exit | Save changes and exit.
Disable Hardware Overclocking
Hardware Overclocking, which plays a vital role in a computer’s performance is a process of increasing the clock speed. An incorrectly or excessively configured overclocking feature can result in Whea_Uncorrectable_Error, or at times, damage the computer hardware.
- Click Start | Settings.
- Click Update and Security.
- Click the Recovery tab.
- Click Restart Now under Advanced Startup.
- Your computer will restart and display a couple of options on your screen.
- Click the Troubleshoot icon.
- Click Advanced | UEFI Firmware Settings.
- Click Restart when the computer prompts you to reboot.
- Your computer will display the CMOS Configurations screen after restarting.
- Using the keyboard arrow keys, highlight and select the Advanced menu.
- Make sure the Overclocking feature is turned off. (Select Ai Overclock Tuner > Manual)
Update Base System Device
Using the Device Manager, a tool used to navigate and manage system drivers, update your base system device as follows:
- Press Windows Key + X, select Device Manager.
- In the new window that opens, click the View menu, check-up Show hidden devices.
- Expand the following nodes:
- <Computer Name> | Other Devices
- Right-click Base System Device, select Update driver software.
Update DirectX To Fix Whea_Uncorrectable_Error
Microsoft DirectX is an application which takes care of multimedia tasks such as 3D modeling and gaming. If you’re encountering the Whea_Uncorrectable_Error while running similar programs, you might want to update the DirectX.
- Visit the Microsoft Download Center.
- Use the Search Box on the upper right to search for the latest available Microsoft DirectX version.
Rollback Display Driver
You might experience an error when the display driver fails constantly. You might want to roll it back to a previous version to fix the problem.
- Press Windows Key + R simultaneously.
- Type mmc devmgmt.msc and click OK.
- Expand the top node, and then Display Adapters.
- Right-click your video card device, select Properties.
- Click the Display tab.
- Click on Roll Back Driver button.
Conduct Memory Tests
There may be a problem with the computer memory. The Whea_Uncorrectable_Error error may pinpoint at the RAM sticks, typically blamed for random failures.
- Press Windows Key + X.
- Select Search option.
- Type Memory and open Windows Memory Diagnostic from the Search Results.
- Click Restart now and check for problems.
Run System File Checker
If Windows isn’t functioning correctly, there’s a good reason to believe that the OS files are unauthorized changed. System File Checker, commonly abbreviated as SFC, is a tool used to identify and repair missing, corrupt operating system files and components.
- Press Windows Key + X.
- Select Command Prompt (Admin).
- Type the following command and press ENTER:
- SFC /ScanNow