How to fix System Service Exception (Vhdmp.sys) BSOD error on Windows 10
SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION is an error on Windows 10 that appears due to a corrupt or missing core system file. The SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION (Vhdmp.sys) BSOD error means that the missing or corrupt file is the Vhdmp.sys, also known as the VHD Miniport Driver.
In this article we look into ways to resolve this issue.
How to resolve the Vhdmp.sys error on Windows 10
Solution 1 – Check for malfunctioning drivers
1. Press the Windows Key and in the search bar, type “Device Manager”. Select and open Device Manager.
2. A List of installed devices should appear. Go through that list and see if there are any Devices with a yellow exclamation mark.
3. These are the malfunctioning device drivers. Right-click on each, and select Uninstall.
4. Restart your computer.
5. Press the Windows Key and in the search bar, type “Check for updates”.
6. In the newly opened window, click on “Check for updates”. Windows will now automatically search for and install the latest drivers for the ones you just uninstalled.
7. Restart the computer one last time.
Hopefully this will resolve the Vhdmp.sys BSOD error. If it doesn’t move onto the next solution.
Solution 2 – Check for RAM corruption.
A corrupt RAM can also sometimes result in the Vhdmp.sys BSOD error on Windows. If you have multiple sticks of RAMs installed in your PC, you can take each one out and see if either one if causing the problem. If the error stems from a bad RAM stick, removing the faulty one should resolve the issue. Alternatively (or if you have a Laptop), you can try this:
1. Press Windows + R to open the Run dialogue.
2. In the Run dialogue box, type in “mdsched.exe” and hit Enter.
3. In the Windows Memory Diagnostic dialogue that opens, select “Restart now and check for problems”.
4. The system will restart and the Memory Diagnosis will start.
If at the end of the test, you are notified that you have a bad RAM, you will have to replace it. This will most likely resolve the vhdmp.sys error.
- READ ALSO: Fix: BSOD in Windows 10
Solution 3 – Use a System Restore Point
If all else fails, try using system restore to restore your computer to a state from an earlier date. If the reason behind the System_Service_Exception (Vhdmp.sys) BSOD error showing up on your computer is due to some recent change, this should fix the problem.
Note: This option is only available if you have created a restore point prior to the error showing up. To restore Windows, follow these steps:
1. Click on Start and type “System Restore” on the search box.
2. Select “System Restore” from the search results.
3. On the newly opened window, follow the on-screen instructions.
The system restore process will now start. Once the process is complete, restart your computer. This will most likely fix the problem.
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