- The Data_Bus_Error is usually a hardware issue that can arise due to bad RAM, reconfigured or incompatible hardware, or corrupted hard disk drive.
- Driver updater software can help users fix numerous BSOD issues, such as Data_Bus failure.
- Windows 10’s built-in troubleshooting utilities for checking system files, RAM, and hard disk issues can provide Data_Bus fixes.
- Undoing system changes can also resolve BSOD issues like the Data_Bus_Error.
The Data_Bus_Error is a BSOD issue, with a 0x0000002E error code, that can arise on Windows 10 and other platforms.
This blue screen of death error is more of a hardware issue, but i can also be caused by faulty or wrong versions of drivers being used.
In today’s guide we present you with the best of the resolutions to fix recurring Data_Bus_Error BSOD errors.
How do I get rid of the Data_Bus_Error code?
1. Update or fix video card drivers with DriverFix
Driver updater and troubleshooting software, such as DriverFix, can often resolve BSOD issues.
DriverFix’s scanning enables you to quickly download and install new drivers for devices with outdated or corrupted ones. That software provides a detailed report of devices on your PC that need new drivers.
DriverFix Pro users can select to download and automatically install all the latest drivers for listed devices.
The Data_Bus_Error error can be more specifically due to antiquated or corrupted video card drivers. However, you can download new drivers for all listed devices by clicking DriverFix’s Update All button.
Other useful DriverFix features
- Users can view download progress with DriverFix’s Download Manager
- DriverFix can automatically back up drivers for users
- This software provides notifications for new driver updates
- Includes a schedule manager for scheduling scanning, notifiers, and back ups
DriverFixQuickly fix the Data_Bus_Error BSOD on your device and get back to normal usage.
2. Check RAM with the Windows Memory Diagnostic
- Open Windows 10’s Type here to search box by pressing the Windows + S hotkey.
- Type the keyword memory in the search box.
- Next, click Windows Memory Diagnostic to open the window in the shot directly below.
- Select the Restart now option in the Windows Memory Diagnostic window.
- Restart Windows when prompted to do so after the scan.
3. Run a disk scan
- Open the Windows 10 search tool.
- Input cmd in the search box to find Command Prompt.
- Right-click the Command Prompt app in the search tool to select the Run as administrator option.
- Next, input this command into the Command Prompt:
chkdsk C: /f /r /x
- Press the Enter key to initiate the chkdsk scan.
- Restart Windows after the chkdsk utility has finished scanning and repaired disk sectors.
4. Run a System File Checker scan
- Open an elevated Command Prompt as outlined for the first three steps of resolution three.
- Before running a system file scan, enter this Command Prompt command:
DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
- Press the Enter key to initiate the Deployment Image Servicing scan.
- Thereafter, input this System File Checker command:
- Press Return to start the system file scan.
- Wait for the system file scan to finish.
- Restart your desktop or laptop if the SFC scan reports that Windows Resource Protection has repaired files.
5. Update Windows 10
- Click the magnifying glass taskbar button to open Windows 10’s search box.
- Type update in the search box that opens.
- Then click Check for updates to open the window shown directly below.
- Press the Check for updates button to download and install patch updates.
- If a Windows 10 feature update is available, click the Download and Install option for it.
6. Remove recently installed hardware
If you’ve recently installed new hardware for your PC, try uninstalling and removing that hardware from the desktop.
The new hardware you added might be incompatible with your PC, faulty, or not correctly installed.
After removing the hardware, double-check it’s fully compatible with your system.
7. Restore Windows 10 to an earlier date
- Press the Windows and R keys simultaneously to open the Run accessory.
- Type this command in Run’s Open text box:
- Click OK to open the System Restore window.
- Select the Choose a different restore point radio button, and click Next to continue.
- Select the Show more system restore points option if you can (System Restore doesn’t always display that checkbox).
- Then choose a restore point that will roll Windows 10 back to a time that predates the Data_Bus_Error BSOD issue on your PC.
- Press the Next button to proceed.
- Click Finish to initiate the system restoration process.
Note: Rolling back Windows 10 will remove software installed after selected restore point dates. You can click Scan for affected programs on the System Restore window to see what programs a selected restore point deletes.
One, or more, of the above resolutions, might fix the Data_Bus_Error BSOD issue on your PC.