When your operating system suddenly stops running and displays a blue screen with error code 0x0000000a it could be for various reasons. In this post, I will talk to you about everything you need to know to definitively solve this problem and repair any damage caused by it.
The blue screens are intended to notify the user of an error in the system that prevents its proper operation. Sometimes these problems can corrupt the information, which is why the blue screens make a quick diagnosis, pointing out the possible origin of the problem, in this case, "0x0000000a". Blue screens need to be fixed as soon as possible as they suddenly interrupt the writing and reading processes.
Once you have identified and solved the source of the problem, you should take precautionary measures to prevent these problems from re-emerging in the future.
The 0x0000000a Bluescreen is commonly related to some hardware or software incompatibility failure. This can happen due to the installation of a driver or even the malfunction of any component of the computer.
Next, I will talk about some of the most common causes of this problem, this way you will be able to easily identify the origin of the problem.
To solve the 0x0000000a error it is necessary to identify the source of the problem since it can be caused by multiple reasons. Therefore, it is advisable to carry out all the methods that I will show below, in this way you will solve the origin of the problem and prevent any other problem from arising in the future.
System File Checker is a tool that you can access through "Command Prompt", writing the command "SFC / scannow" This tool will examine all the protect system files and replace the damaged files with a cached copy located in a compressed folder in% WinDir% \ System32 \ dllcache.
Below I will show you how to use it.
Step 1: Open "Command prompt"
Go to the win menu and type "CMD", then right-click on its icon and select the "Run as Administrator" option.
Step 2: Run the System File Checker
Once you've opened the command prompt as administrator, type "SFC /scannow" Now you just have to wait until the process ends.
The origin of the problem may be because your operating system is out of date. This problem is easy to solve. Below I'll show you how to download and install updates.
Step 1: Go to "Check for updates"
Go to the Windows menu and type "Check for updates", then click on its shortcut.
Step 2: Check for updates
Once you've opened the Windows update utility, click on the "Check for updates" button. The utility will automatically download all the available updates.
Step 3: Restart your computer
Once the download has finished, click on the "Restart now" button.
Updating the drivers of your computer can solve multiple compatibility problems, therefore, this procedure could be the most efficient and simple to perform. Next, I will show you how to update your drivers.
Step 1: Open the "Device Manager"
Go to the Windows menu and type "Device Manager", then click on its icon.
Step 2: Click on "Update Driver Software"
Select a device and right-click on it, this will display a drop-down list, then click on "Update Driver Software".
Restoring your system allows you to restore the parameters, settings, and characteristics of your system, thus solving any recent compatibility problem in your system. Below I will show you step by step how to carry out this process.
Step 1: Go to "System"
Go to your desktop and right-click on the Windows icon, then click on the "System" option.
Step 2: Go to "System protection"
Once you've opened "System" click on "System protection", you can find this option on the left side of the window.
Step 3: Open "System Restore" tool
Once you've open System properties, click on the "System Restore" option.
Step 4: Select a restore point
In this window you will be able to choose a restore point, you should take your time to make a good choice considering the last time your system was working correctly. Then click on "Next."
Step 5: Confirm the process
Once you've selected the restore point, a summary will be displayed. If everything is okay, click on "Finish" to confirm the process.
Taking into consideration that the 0x0000000a error is caused by a compatibility or communication error between your computer hardware and the operating system. The problem may have been caused by malware. If you have an antivirus, you can use it to scan your computer for malware, and if not, Windows offers a native tool that allows you to scan and remove malware.
Next, I will show you how to use it to solve these problems.
Step 1: Go to the Windows Defender settings
Go to the Windows menu and type "Windows Defender", then click on "Windows Defender settings."
Step 2: Open Windows Defender Security Center
Navigate to "Update & Security", then go to "Windows Security" and click on "Open Windows Defender Security Center."
Step 3: Go to "Virus & threat protection."
Once you've opened the Windows Defender Security Center, click on "Virus & threat protection."
Step 4: Click on "Quick scan."
In this section, you can customize the Scan options, if everything is okay, click on Quick scan to begin the process. After that, the process will automatically scan and delete any virus/malware detected and you'll be requested to reboot your computer.
One of the reasons blue screens can be dangerous is that there is a possibility that they may suddenly interrupt the autosave process. This puts the integrity of your information at risk but doesn't worry if the information on your computer got corrupted or lost after the error 0x0000000a. Below I will show you how to easily recover lost or damaged information with Recoverit. You can download the software for free through its official website: https://recoverit.wondershare.com/guide.html
Once you have installed the software, follow these steps.
Step 1: Select a Drive
Launch Recoverit and look into "Hard Disk Drives". Your drive will be there. Select and click on "Start".
Step 2: Scan Your Drive
Recoverit will initiate a scan on the drive. You'll have great features you can use to streamline the scan and recovery process. For instance, you can simply tick the file types you want to recover instead of each one.
Step 3: Preview and Recover Drive Data
The conclusion of the scan will reveal a long list of the files the software found. Recovering them is just a matter of you selecting all the files or specific ones and clicking "Recover". The files will all be retrieved and saved on any location of your choice.
As you may have noticed. The 0x0000000a Error, despite being related to a communication error with your computer hardware, it can be caused by multiple reasons. Below I will give you some tips that may be very useful to prevent this problem from occurring.
Fixing the Blue Screen 0x0000000a Error is easy, and taking precautionary measures to prevent it from reappearing in the future will save you a lot of time and avoid all kinds of damage. Fortunately, if your information was damaged during the process, you can use Recoverit to easily retrieve it.