Fix Stop Code 0x0000008e
What Is STOP Code 0x0000008e
The STOP Code 0x0000008E is essentially an error code that is displayed on the STOP message. This STOP message is also commonly known as Blue Screen of Death or BSOD for short. When this error occurs, usually messages like,
“STOP: 0x0000008E” or “KERNEL_MODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED”
are displayed to the user.
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These errors are commonly caused by failures of memory hardware. However, viruses, hardware failures or issues with the device drivers may also trigger them.
If this error code appears but Windows is successfully able to recover from it, then the message ‘Windows has recovered from an unexpected shutdown’ is displayed to the users.
Regardless of what causes these errors, it is of paramount importance that counteractive measures are taken as soon as the error appears.
Further Information and Manual Repair
While this error can be removed in many ways, the most effective ones are listed below as follows.
- The screen might be a fluke. Restart your system; the blue screen that appears to you may not be what it seems.
- Have you just modified or installed new hardware or driver? If yes, it is highly likely that the change you have made has triggered the error. If this is the case, it is strongly recommended that you revert back to the original settings and check whether the blue screen appears again or not. If it does, you can fix it by reconfiguring or removing the hardware you have recently installed. You can perform System Restore or you can go back to the previous versions if you have installed a new driver.
- To keep this error from occurring in the future, it is strongly advised that you test your RAM. Damaged memory or one that’s unable to perform in the usual manner is often the reason this error occurs.
- Ensure appropriate installation of your system memory. If you have installed memory in a way other than advised by your memory manufacturer that it may lead to STOP 0x0000008E error or other problems.
- Misconfigured or over-clocked memory settings can cause STOP 0x0000008E errors as well. To remedy this situation, it is best advised to return the BIOS settings to their default level.
- If you haven’t updated your Windows, apply all the updates you come across. Patches and service packs specifically address such issues.