- There are two possible causes for the Kernel Auto Boost Invalid Lock Release error. One is your Bluetooth device and the other is your wireless adapter.
- To fix this Auto Boost Invalid Lock Release issue, make sure to update your drivers.
- Using a dedicated computer tool for BSoD errors can help you with the Kernel Auto Boost Invalid Lock problem.
- If the issue persists, try to disconnect faulty or old external hardware from your computer.
Many Windows users have already switched to Windows 10, and although most of them are pleased with it, some are experiencing errors.
One of the errors that some users have reported is the BSOD Kernel_Auto_Boost_Lock_Acquisition_With_Raised_Irql , and today we’re going to show you how to fix it.
There are two possible causes for this error, one is your Bluetooth device and the other is your wireless adapter, so let’s see if we can fix this problem.
How can I fix the Kernel Auto Boost Lock Acquisition error?
1. Use Restoro
Restoro is one of the best tools to use when you are dealing with multiple computer issues, including these BSoD errors.
2. Disable your wireless adapter
- Go to Device Manager. You can do so by pressing Windows Key + X and choosing Device Manager from the menu.
- In Device Manager locate your wireless adapter, right-click it and disable it.
- Try and see if the issue is resolved.
If this works for you, you might have to use the Ethernet connection instead of wireless.
In addition, you might want to remove your wireless adapter if you know how to do it and if your computer isn’t under warranty, or temporarily use a different wireless adapter.
This isn’t necessary, disabling the adapter should do the trick. As far as we know Atheros AR928X Wireless network adaptor is causing the issues, but other models might have an issue as well.
Some users also advise to uninstall your Wireless adapter drivers and allow Windows 10 to find them on its own. To uninstall drivers select Uninstall instead of Disable.
Check Delete the driver software for this device and click OK. After you restart your computer Windows 10 should install the default drivers on its own.
3. Disconnect your Bluetooth devices
Before turning on your computer make sure that you disconnect all Bluetooth devices from your computer.
If the problem still persists, you can try uninstalling and disabling the Bluetooth driver in a similar way as we mentioned in the previous solution.
Speaking of Bluetooth drivers, if you have any problems check our complete guide on how to fix Bluetooth issues on Windows 10.
4. Remove NDAS device from your system
According to users, Ximeta won’t develop new drivers so your best solution is to remove NDAS device from your system. After doing that the BSOD error should go away.
As you can see, this issue is annoying but we expect Microsoft to fix it with the latest Windows 10 patch, so make sure that you keep your Windows 10 up to date with the latest patches.
5. Check your disk for errors
- Go to Start, launch Command Prompt as administrator.
- Type the chkdsk C: /f command and then hit Enter. Replace C with the letter of your hard drive partition. As you can see in the screenshot below, I replaced C with D.
- Keep in mind that if you do not use the /f parameter, chkdsk displays a message that files need to be fixed, but it does not fix any errors.
The quickest way to check your disk for errors on Windows 10 is by using Command Prompt. The chkdsk D: /f command detects and repairs logical issues affecting your drive.
6. Update the BIOS
Some users confirmed that they fixed this ugly BSOD error by updating their BIOS. This is a powerful solution that can fix compatibility issues, boost your system’s performance, and more.
However, it can also make your computer completely unusable if you do it the wrong way, so proceed carefully.
If you don’t feel conformable doing this, it’s best to simply go to the next solution or ask for a specialist’s help.
For more information on how to update BIOS, go to your computer manufacturer’s website.
7. Disconnect your external hard drive
If you use an external hard drive, try disconnecting it from your computer as this simple action may fix the problem for you.
External devices can often cause several issues, including BSoD errors, due to corruption or incompatibility with your system. You can try to connect it to another PC and check if the error persist.
If yes, copy the content you need and format the external hard drive. You can also try to go to a computer service with your HDD if the errors persist.
That would be all if you have any questions or comments, or you maybe have some other solution for this problem, just reach for the comment section below.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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Our guide on how to fix the Kernel Auto Boost Lock Acquisition With Raised IRQL error is exactly what you need in order to get rid of this BSoD issue.
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