How To Fix Video Scheduler Internal Error

In this article I will show you how to fix the blue screen of death you are getting where it displays the stop error code Video Scheduler Internal Error like in the screenshot below

Video Scheduler Internal Error

Your machine will crash to this blue screen of death randomly and this will cause you to lose any unsaved work you might have.  Don’t worry I will show you how you can easily resolve this issue.

In this article I am going to show you how to resolve the issue in windows 10, but the same fixes will also work for all other version of windows.

What Causes Video Scheduler Internal Error

There are many issues that can cause the video scheduler internal error stop code, the most likely is some sort of problem with your graphics device driver. Other issues can be corrupt files, out of date software virus.

In this article I will start by showing you the most likely fixes for this stop code.

How To Fix Video Scheduler Internal Error

To fix the video scheduler internal error follow these steps

1. Update Graphic Card Driver

The first thing we are going to do to is upgrade the graphics card driver. The graphic card driver has probably become corrupt or has a bug which is causes the crashes. To update your device drivers follow these steps.

  1. Open up device manager (Click start, type in “Device Manager” and hit enter)

  2. Now expand the graphic card driver  (Below I am using the network adaptor as the example.)
  3. Right click on the device and select properties, then click on the driver tab and note down the driver date and version.  (We can see below the version is 3.0.2.201)
    device manager
  4. Now search on the internet for an updated driver. We are looking for a driver newer than 26/03/2016 or 3.0.2.201. Download that driver and save it to your machine.
  5. Now head back to device manager and right click on the device and select update driver, Follow the prompts to update.
    update driver
  6. Restart your machine after the driver has been updated. Monitor if your machine still has the issue. If your machine still has the video scheduler internal error try the next fix.

2. Uninstall Then Re-Install Graphic Card Driver

The issue could be caused by a corrupt graphic card driver. We are going to uninstall and reinstall the driver which should resolve this issue.

  1. Open up device manager (Click start, type in “Device Manager” and hit enter) Now expand the graphic card driver, right click on the device and select “Uninstall Device”uninstall driver
  2. When the driver has been uninstalled reboot your machine.  This will completely remove the driver from your system.
  3. The driver should auto install when windows 10 has restarted.  Go back in to device manager and right click on the device and select update driver, Follow the prompts to update.

3. Fix File Corruption On Your Machine

It is possible that either a device driver or a windows 10 operating system file has become corrupt and is causing the Kernel Security Check failure crashes when that file writes data to system memory.

To check your hard drive for errors do the following

  1. Click Start, type “CMD” then right click on CMD and select run as administrator
  2. In the black windows that pops up type in “CHKDSK /f /r”
    check disk for errors
  3. The scan with either run or you will be prompted to type y then restart your machine
  4. When the scan is finished restart your machine

Again monitor your system and continue to the next fix if needed.

4. Install The Latest Windows Updates

Microsoft release windows updates once a month (Second Tuesday of the month) make sure you are installing these updates as soon as they are released.

It is possible that in one of the updates there is a fix for this error we are experiencing,

To check for updates

  1. Click start menu
  2. Click on Settings
  3. Update & security
  4. Click ‘Check for updates’ in the Windows update tab then install

Once the updates are installed restart your machine.

5. Use Old Graphics Card Driver

If you are still having issues we can try to install an older version of the graphics card driver. It could be that the newer driver has some sort of software bug in it

  1. Search online for an older version of the graphic card driver for your system and download it.
  2. Open up device manager (Click start, type in “Device Manager” and hit enter) Now expand the graphic card driver, right click on the device and select “Uninstall Device”uninstall driver
  3. When the driver has been uninstalled don’t reboot your machine.  Instead right click on the graphic card driver and select update driver, when prompted browse to the older driver you downloaded and install that one.

 

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