For longtime Windows users, BSOD error (blue screen of death) may not be too strange.
- System Service Exception or SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION is one of the BSOD errors. System Service Exceptions are quite common and persistent. If you are using Window 8, 8.1, or Windows 10, a System Service Exceptions error message will pop up on your screen:
- 1. Remove and install the hardware-compatible driver
- 2. Scans and fixes system files
- 3. Remove incompatible programs or hardware
- 4. Uninstall the Windows Update KB2778344 package
System Service Exception or SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION is one of the BSOD errors. System Service Exceptions are quite common and persistent. If you are using Window 8, 8.1, or Windows 10, a System Service Exceptions error message will pop up on your screen:
“Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’re just collecting some bug info, and we’ll restart for you. If you’d like to know more, you can search online later for this error: SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION “.
Cause System Service Exception error may be due to incompatibility Driver or application, the program is not compatible with Windows operating system. To fix System Service Exception errors on Windows, please refer to the following article of Network Administrator.
1. Remove and install the hardware-compatible driver
Before uninstalling and installing the hardware driver, you must start the Windows computer in Safe Mode.
After accessing the computer through Safe Mode, open Control Panel => Hardware and Sound => Device Manager.
You can also open Device Manager by right-clicking on the My Computer icon, and choosing Properties => Device Manager.
On the Device Manager window, find any driver that has a yellow icon and proceed to uninstall that driver. Then download the new driver and install.
Finally proceed to restart your computer and return to normal mode.
2. Scans and fixes system files
In some cases, the system files may be the cause of the error BSOD (blue screen death error). To fix this you need to do a scan and repair of Windows system files.
You can usually use the sfc /scannow command to scan and fix corrupted system files.
3. Remove incompatible programs or hardware
Let’s say that you have recently installed some new software or hardware and a BSOD error has occurred. In this case, the software or hardware that you are installing is not compatible with the Windows operating system.
To fix this you can remove the software, or the hardware incompatible with the Windows operating system is done.
4. Uninstall the Windows Update KB2778344 package
The Windows Update package can be one of the causes of System Service Exception. In this case, you must uninstall the Windows Update package on Windows.
To completely remove the Update package, first restart your computer and access Safe Mode.
Go to Control Panel => Program and Features.
In the Program and Features interface, click Installed Updates in the left pane list.
On the Installed Updates window, right-click Security Update for Microsoft Windows (KB2778344) and then select Uninstall.
After the uninstall process is complete, restart your computer is complete.