Blue Screen errors come with error codes and these error codes tell you about the type of bug and all that has gone wrong with your Windows PC. One error that you may encounter while using your computer, is the KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED. This bug has an error value of 0x0000001E. What does this bug imply? In simple words, this bug occurs when a Kernel mode program generates an exception which could not be identified by the error handler. Faulty attempt to update Windows drivers, or download drivers cause BSOD with this error code. However, KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED is not only caused by the one mentioned above, but also by a plethora of other reasons. To be honest, sometimes, it is difficult to track which issue exactly contributed to this error. Hence, unless you are quite sure of which thing caused this problem, you cannot solve the issue with precision. Does it mean there is no way out to fix this bug? Definitely not. For that, you must keep an eye on when the STOP error occurred.
It is not possible for users to be alert all the time to spot a stop code error, especially users who are not technically evolved. The Kernel Mode Exception not handled bug can occur due to incompatibility of hardware components, bugs in system services, invalid attempt to access memory, or any other important settings, bugs occurring due to faulty drivers, software, etc. If you notice that the bug occurred exactly after you performed any one of the functions, then try undoing it, removing it or restoring the computer to an earlier point.
Sometimes, you may get the reason what caused the KMode Exception Not Handled bug. It can be CLASSPNP.SYS failed. The CLASSPNP.SYS bug is an SCSI Class System DLL driver file which is located in C:\Windows\System32\drivers\classpnp.sys.
What are the probable solutions?
1.RUN SYSTEM FILE CHECKER TO SCAN AND RESTORE CORRUPT WINDOWS SYSTEM FILES
System files often allow hardware components of a computer to communicate with third party software applications. By third party applications, we mean document editors, web browsers, recovery software, and even applications of the Operating System. Sys Files which deal with software applications of Operating System include those critical system files which can power the OS, hold the configuration settings, etc. For all these issues, you can run the SFC.EXE.
2.DISABLE FAST STARTUP
You must disable fast startup in your operating system.
3.WINDOWS 10 BLUE SCREEN TROUBLESHOOTER
You have to open the Blue Screen Troubleshooter first. It can be found in the Windows 10 Settings app itself.
4.ONLINE BSOD TROUBLESHOOTER WEBPAGE
The online BSOD Troubleshooter webpage will take you to a simple wizard, which will further guide you through the process of troubleshooting Blue Screens.