- The Hyper_Error issue can be due to outdated or incompatible system drivers, bad disk sectors, and corrupted image files among other things.
- Restoring Windows 10 can often fix BSOD , such as the Hypervisor_Error blue screen.
- The Hypervisor_Error in Windows 10 is less likely to arise when Windows 10 is fully updated.
- Windows 10 also includes built-in scanning utilities for hard drives and RAM that can feasibly resolve the Windows Hypervisor_Error BSOD .
Some users have posted on Microsoft’s forum about a Hypervisor_Error BSOD (blue screen of death) issue with a 0x00020001 stop code.
This BSOD error can arise for users utilizing Windows Sandbox or third-party virtual machine applications within Windows 10. In one forum post, a user said:
I’ve seen this Hypervisor_Error BSOD three times in the past two weeks. Each time that it happens, I am running an AVD (Android virtual device); and I am working on a mobile application.
Explore the best ways to deal with this annoying issue by reading through this thorough guide.
How can I fix the Hypervisor_Error for good?
1. Update all your system drivers
The Hypervisor_Error can be due to incompatible or buggy drivers, which is something DriverFix can resolve. DriverFix is a driver updater utility with which you can quickly scan all your PC’s device drivers.
This software will then display a list of your PC devices with outdated, corrupted, missing drivers.
DriverFix is ideal for resolving driver issues as it enables users to quickly and easily download and install drivers for PC devices that need new ones.
Pro users can select an Automatically Install option to install downloaded drivers at the click of a button, which makes updating drivers very straightforward.
Other useful DriverFix features
- DriverFix backs up drivers with ZIP files before updating them
- Users can schedule scans for optimal times with DriverFix’s schedule manager
- Its download manager displays driver download progress for users
- Live chat support is available for DriverFix users
DriverFixEasily resolve the Hypervisor_Error by using this versatile and powerful software today.
2. Fix RAM issues with Windows Memory Diagnostic
- Press the Windows + S hotkey for the search utility.
- Type memory in the search box.
- Click Windows Memory Diagnostic to open that utility’s window.
- Press the Restart now button within the Windows Memory Diagnostic utility. Thereafter, your desktop or laptop will restart and the Windows Memory Diagnostic tool will check for RAM issues.
3. Update Windows 10
- Click the Type here to search button on the left side of Windows 10’s taskbar.
- Input update in the search box.
- Select Check for updates to open the Settings window as in the snapshot directly below.
- Press the Check for updates option to download new patch updates.
- Click Download and Install if a Windows 10 feature update is available.
4. Run a check disk scan
- Open your search box in Windows.
- Input cmd to search for the Command Prompt.
- Next, you’ll need to right-click Command Prompt and select the Run as administrator context menu option for it.
- Input this chkdsk command:
chkdsk C: /f /r /x
- Then press the Enter key to run the chkdsk scan.
- Restart Windows when the scan is finished.
5. Update your BIOS (Basic Input Output System)
To update an outdated BIOS, you’ll need to download the latest BIOS firmware from your motherboard manufacturer’s website.
There might also be a dedicated software utility available for updating your BIOS. Check out our How to update BIOS article for further details about updating the BIOS.
6. Run a Deployment Image Servicing scan
- Type cmd in Windows 10’s search box.
- Right-click Command Prompt and select Run as administrator on the context menu that opens.
- Next, input the following Deployment Image Service command in the Prompt’s window:
DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
- Press the Enter key to run the Deployment Image Service command.
- Thereafter, restart Windows when the scan is complete.
7. Restore Windows 10 to an earlier date
- Right-click the Start button and select Run.
- Type this command in Run and press Enter:
- Click the Choose a different restore point option, and click the Next button.
- Select the Show more restore points checkbox to open the full list of dates.
- Choose a restore point date that predates the Hypervisor_Error BSOD issue on your desktop or laptop. If you’re not sure what one to choose, select the oldest restore point.
- Click Next to continue, and then select the Finish option.
Note: Software you installed after selected restore points get deleted. Click the Scan for affected programs button on the System Restore window to see what software a selected restore point removes.
Those are some of the more likely fixes for the Hypervisor_Error in Windows 10.
If further resolutions are still required, check out the big M’s Troubleshoot blue screen errors page.
This page includes Microsoft’s official BSOD troubleshooter, which provides resolutions for a wide range of BSOD errors.