Blue Screen of Death errors are one of the most problematic errors to fix on Windows 10 since it’s sometimes hard to find the exact cause of the error.
These types of errors can be rather troublesome, therefore, today we’re going to show you how to fix UDFS_FILE_SYSTEM error.
How to fix UDFS_FILE_SYSTEM BSoD error
- Update Windows 10
- Update your drivers
- Run the BSOD Troubleshooter
- Run the SFC scan
- Run DISM
- Check the hard drive
- Check for problematic applications
- Perform Clean boot
- Perform Windows 10 reset
Steps to fix UDFS FILE SYSTEM error
Solution 1 – Update Windows 10
Windows 10 is a great operating system, but it has a few issues with certain hardware and software. Sometimes hardware or software isn’t fully compatible with Windows 10, and that can cause all sorts of problems, one of them being UDFS FILE SYSTEM Blue Screen of Death error.
In order to fix these types of problems, it’s advised that you use Windows Update and download the latest patches for Windows 10.
Installing Windows updates is important if you want to keep your computer safe from malicious users, but at the same time these updates offer many bug fixes related to hardware and software. If you wish to prevent BSoD errors from appearing, be sure to keep Windows 10 up to date with latest updates.
Solution 2 – Update your drivers
Downloading Windows 10 updates is crucial for your system stability and safety, but it’s just as important to download drivers for your devices. Drivers allow Windows 10 to recognize and use your hardware, and if certain hardware is out of date or not compatible with Windows 10 that can cause BSoD error, such as UDFS FILE SYSTEM to appear. Updating drivers in Windows 10 is quite simple, and you can do it by following these steps:
- Press Windows Key + X to open Power User Menu. Select Device Manager from the list.
- When Device Manager opens, right click the device you want to update and choose Update Driver Software from the menu.
- Select Search automatically for updated driver software. Windows 10 will now automatically download and install the best software for your device.
- Repeat the steps for all devices that you wish to update.
Although downloading drivers from Device Manager is fairly simple, some users claim that using Device Manager isn’t the most reliable method for downloading drivers. According to them, Device Manager doesn’t always download the latest drivers for your devices, and that can sometimes be a problem
. If you want to download the latest drivers, you should probably download them manually. Downloading drivers manually isn’t hard as you think, and all you need to do is to visit your hardware manufacturer’s website and download the latest drivers for your device.
Update drivers automatically
Searching for drivers on your own can be time-consuming. So, we advise you to use a tool that will do this for you automatically. Using an automatic driver updater will certainly save you from the hassle of searching for drivers manually, and it will always keep your system up to date with the latest drivers.
Tweakbit’s Driver Updater (approved by Microsoft and Norton Antivirus) will help you update drivers automatically and prevent PC damage caused by installing the wrong driver versions. After several tests, our team concluded that this is the best-automatized solution.
Here is a quick guide on how to use it:
- Download and install TweakBit Driver Updater
- Once installed, the program will start scanning your PC for outdated drivers automatically. Driver Updater will check your installed driver versions against its cloud database of the latest versions and recommend proper updates. All you need to do is wait for the scan to complete.
- Upon scan completion, you get a report on all problem drivers found on your PC. Review the list and see if you want to update each driver individually or all at once. To update one driver at a time, click the ‘Update driver’ link next to the driver name. Or simply click the ‘Update all’ button at the bottom to automatically install all recommended updates.
Note: Some drivers need to be installed in multiple steps so you will have to hit the ‘Update’ button several times until all of its components are installed.
Solution 3 – Run the BSOD Troubleshooter
If updating your system and drivers didn’t get the job done, let’s try with running a few troubleshooting tools. The first troubleshooter we’re going to try is Windows 10’s built-in troubleshooting tool. This tool can help you resolve various system issues, including BSOD errors.
Here’s how to run Windows 10’s built-in troubleshooter:
- Open the Settings app and go to Update & Security section.
- Select Troubleshoot from the menu on the left.
- Select BSOD from the right pane and click Run the troubleshooter.
- Follow the instructions on the screen to complete the troubleshooter.
Solution 4 – Run the SFC scan
The next tool we’re going to try is the SFC scan. This is a command-line tool that basically scans your system for potential issues, and resolves them along the way (if the solution is possible, of course).
Here’s how to run the SFC scan in Windows 10:
- Right-click on the Start Menu button, and open Command Prompt (Admin).
- Enter the following line and press Enter: sfc/scannow
- Wait until the process is done (it may take a while).
- If the solution is found, it will automatically be applied.
- Now, close the Command Prompt and restart your computer.
Solution 5 – Run DISM
Deployment Image Servicing and Management is a tool that, as its name says, reloads the system image. That process might as well resolve various problems, including the UDFS FILE SYSTEM error.
We’ll walk you through both standard and the procedure that utilizes the installation media below:
- Standard way
- Right-click Start and open Command Prompt (Admin).
- Paste the following command and press Enter:
- Wait until the scan is finished.
- Restart your computer and try updating again.
- With the Windows installation media
- Insert your Windows installation media.
- Right-click the Start menu and, from the menu, choose the Command Prompt (Admin).
- In the command line, type the following commands and press Enter after each:
- dism /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth
- dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
- Now, type the following command and press Enter:
- DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /source:WIM:X:SourcesInstall.wim:1 /LimitAccess
- Make sure to change an X value with the letter of the mounted drive with Windows 10 installation.
- After the procedure is finished, restart your computer.