- Power State Driver Error Failure is one of the common mistakes that occur during the process of upgrading your Windows operating system. Cause of the error is mostly due to driver error is expired or incompatible driver.
- 1. Use Driver Verifier to find Driver error
- 2. Automatic Driver Updates
- 3. Remove or reinstall the driver in Safe Mode
Power State Driver Error Failure is one of the common mistakes that occur during the process of upgrading your Windows operating system. Cause of the error is mostly due to driver error is expired or incompatible driver.
So how to overcome this error, please refer to the article below.
1. Use Driver Verifier to find Driver error
To fix the DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE error, you can use the Driver Verifier feature built into the Windows operating system (from Windows XP to Windows 10), find and detect driver errors on your Windows computer.
To open Driver Verifier, first click on Start => Run and type cmd.exe in the Run command prompt and press Enter.
Next on the Command Prompt window, enter verifier and press Enter.
At this point, the Driver Verifier Manager interface will appear. Here you choose Create standard settings and then click Next.
Next select Automatically select all drivers installed on this computer and click Finish.
At this time, a message appears prompting you to restart your computer. Your task is to restart your computer so Driver Verifier starts to run. The process takes about a couple of minutes. Once completed the screen will display the results. Here you can find Driver errors and fix them.
2. Automatic Driver Updates
Windows Update is one of the most useful features built into the Windows operating system. This feature allows users to install the latest updates to fix bugs and improve the system.
Windows Update also supports updating the latest drivers to fix any driver related errors.
If Windows Update is disabled, you should proceed to reactivate Windows Update to begin updating your Windows operating system on your computer, including new Windows features and drivers.
3. Remove or reinstall the driver in Safe Mode
The best way to completely remove the driver on your computer is to boot the Windows operating system into Safe Mode. Once you have accessed Windows via Safe Mode, go to Control Panel and open Device Manager.
On the Device Manager window, find the cause of the blue screen error, and then remove the driver.
To remove a particular device driver, on the Device Manager window, right-click on the device and select Properties.
Select the driver tab and click Uninstall.
If you still can not fix the driver error, you can remove all drivers, then visit the home page to download the latest driver version and install.
After removing all the drivers, you can exit Safe Mode and restart your Windows operating system in normal mode and install the new driver.