Several Windows users have experienced critical BSOD crashes with error code 0x1000007e. Most of the affected users report that they encounter the problem in a random fashion with no obvious trigger. Even more annoying is the fact that they experience a critical crash within minutes of starting their PC. It turns out that the issue is not specific to a specific version of Windows, as it does on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.
We investigated this particular error code by reviewing various user reports and examining various fixes recommended by other users who also encountered this issue. It turns out that there are various reasons that can cause the 0x1000007e error.
If you are currently struggling to find a way to fix error 0x1000007e and use your computer normally without annoying BSODs, check out this article to learn about troubleshooting strategies. The following are repair strategies that have been proven effective by other injured users in a similar situation.
Here are some methods to help you fix your blue screen problem.
Update network card drivers
After doing a lot of research on this issue, I found that, according to the Hewlett Packard Enterprise Support Center, BSOD error 0x1000007e (0x7E) was triggered when copying files to ProLiant Gen10 servers running Microsoft Windows. Server 2012 R2 or Microsoft Windows Server 2016.
Specifically, the blue screen error (0x7E) “SYSTEM_THREAD_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED” can appear on any HPE ProLiant Gen10 server that has been configured with one of the following network adapters with the HPE Intel i40eb Driver for Windows Server 2016 / Windows Server 2012 R2 version 184.108.40.206:
- HPE 10Gb Ethernet 2-Port 568i Adapter
- HPE 368i 2-port 1Gb Ethernet Adapter
- HPE 369i 4-port 1Gb Ethernet Adapter
- HPE 368FLR-MMT 2-port 1Gb Ethernet Adapter
- HPE 10Gb 568FLR-MMT 2-port Ethernet Adapter
- HPE 10Gb Ethernet 2-Port 568FLR-MMSFP + Adapter
If you encounter this case, go ahead and install the latest network adapter driver based on the version of Windows Server installed: *
HPE Intel i40eb Windows Server 2012 R2 Driver version 220.127.116.11
HPE Intel i40eb Driver for Windows Server 2016 version 18.104.22.168
Repair with Chkdsk
Also run Check Disk or chkdsk in Windows to check if the selected hard drive has file system errors and bad sectors.
It may take some time for the test disk to start, depending on the size of the selected hard disk. For faster and better results, do not use your computer while the hard drive is being checked for errors.
You can scan, find and fix errors, find and find bad sectors, or find and fix errors.
Run sfc / scannow
Look for “Command Prompt” in the search box. Right click to run as administrator.
Type sfc / scannow and press Enter.
The system performs repairs automatically.
After automatic repair, restart the system.
If you’ve followed all the tips and still can’t fix your computer, try installing Windows again. In Windows 8, this can be done using the Windows Update and Reset features.