Kmode Exception Not Handled Error is the problem users are facing on Windows 10. The error can cause a System Crash. The crash occurs when a Kernel Mode Program (Kmode) is causing an exception, and the error handler is not able to catch it or handle the error. Error Code 0x0000001e causes your system to Restart, and even after restarting error appears again, and the system falls into the Restart loop.
Fix 1 – Run the Windows Memory Diagnostic
Windows Memory Diagnostics is a test for the memory of your system, i.e., system memory test. Actually, it checks the system’s RAM for the problems. During the process, it will start detecting the problems in the system, and after detecting problems, the system is restarted. Also, Windows Memory Diagnostics can also help in checking the Error.
1. First, type Windows memory diagnostics in the search box and select the result shown.
2. Window memory diagnostics popup will appear. Next, you have to click on Restart now and check for problems (recommended).
At last, Detected problems will be repaired, and the system will be restarted. After restarting of system, check if the Error exists or not.
Fix 2 – Disable the Fast Startup
Disabling the fast startup is one of the easiest methods to fix the Kmode Exception Not Handled Error. Actually, the fast startup can cause the system crash whenever there is trouble in reloading the kernel, drivers and system state and then the error like Kmode Exception Not Handled occurs.
So, in that case, you need to disable the fast startup for normal boot. Thus, follow the below mentioned steps to fix the error:
1. At first, press the Windows and R key together from your keyboard to invoke the Run dialog box. Now, type control panel in a dialog box and then click on the OK button.
2. Now, look for Power Options and select it.
3. Power Options window will appear. On the left side of the pane, click on Choose what the power buttons do.
4. System settings window will appear. Now choose the option Change settings that are currently unavailable.
5. Then, you have to untick the option Turn on fast startup. At last, click on the Save changes button at the bottom.
Now, Restart your system and check if the Kmode Exception Not Handled Error exists or not.
If the Kmode Exception Not Handled error still exists then, you should install Windows 10 again on your system. If the error is still there, then the old BIOS is the cause of the error. Then, try updating your BIOS, and it might help you in fixing the Kmode Exception Not Handled Error.