Fix System Service Exception Error in Windows 10 [Solved]

Have you been getting the error System_Service_Exception in your Windows 10 computer? Windows operating systems have always been full of bugs and errors. Doesn’t matter you are using Windows 7, Windows 8/8.1 or the latest OS, Windows 10, they all have many bugs. And of course, if you have been using Windows OS for a few years, then you must be familiar with the Blue Screen of Death or BSOD. If not, don’t worry, we will tell you all about it. This error is another BSOD error. Many of our users have reported facing this error, and that is why we have decided to help you guys get through it.

A BSOD error normally occurs due to outdated or incompatible drivers. When a file crashes due to the incompatible or outdated driver, BSOD comes up with the name of that file. The code of this particular System_Service_Exception error is 0x0000003B. Now, let’s see how we can fix this error.

 

Fix System_Service_Exception Error in Windows 10

This particular BSOD error occurs due to issues with graphics card drivers. Although, it could also happen due to a few other reasons. We will look into all of them one by one, until the issue is fixed.

 

1. Undo Recent Changes

If you have made any changes to a Windows File recently or had installed any software or app on your computer, then remove that app. Rollback any recent changes that you had made and restart your computer. This should fix the issue. If the problem is still not solved and you are still getting the error, then follow the next method.

 

2. Reinstall Graphics Card Driver

As the most common cause behind this error is issues with graphics card driver, we will try reinstalling its drivers to check if it fixes the issue.

 

Step 1. Right-click on Windows logo or Start menu button and select Device Manager.

Open Device Manager

Step 2. Click on Display Adapters to expand it and right-click on your graphics card name. Select Uninstall Device.

Uninstall Display Driver

Step 3. A dialog box will open after the last step. Here, mark Delete the driver software for this device and click OK.

Delete Driver Software For This Device

Step 4. Now, restart your computer.

 

After restarting, your computer will recognize the graphics card as a new device and it will automatically install its driver. This should fix the problem. If it doesn’t, follow the next method.

 

3. Update Graphics Card Drivers

If the last method didn’t work, then you should update your graphics card drivers.

Step 1. Right-click on Windows logo or Start menu button and select Device Manager.

Open Device Manager

 

Step 2. Click on Display Adapters to expand it and right-click on your graphics card name. Select Update Driver.

 

Update Dsiplay Driver

 

Step 3. A new dialog box will open. Here, select Search automatically for updated driver software.

 

Search Automatically For Software Update

 

Step 4. After the update, restart your computer.

 

This should fix the issue. If not, follow the next method.

 

4. Run System File Checker

In this method, we will use System File Checker tool to scan and fix the error.

 

Step 1. Go to Cortana and type cmd. In results, right click on cmd and select Run as administrator.

Open Command Prompt As Admin

 

Step 2. Type the following and press Enter.

Chkdsk /f /r

Type Chkdsk F R

 

Step 3. On your keyboard, press Y.

 

Chkdsk F R Y

 

Step 4. Restart your computer. The scan will begin, let it finish.



 

When your computer restarts, check if the issue still exists. If it does, follow next method.

 

5. Uninstall Antivirus (Third-Party)

This particular error can also occur due to third-party antivirus. If it is installed on your computer, try uninstalling it. If you don’t want to uninstall it, try updating it.

 

This should solve the problem.


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