Fix Video Scheduler Internal Error on Windows 10 [Solved]

Blue Screen of Death is the most annoying errors of Windows. It is so annoying because you can not do anything while you get this error, you just have to sit there for minutes while your computer collects information about the error and reboot it.

Video Scheduler Internal error is also one of those Blue Screen of Death error. This issue happens mainly due to the faulty behavior of  your display adapter. Most of the BSOD can be fixed and Video Scheduler Internal Error is also solvable. Follow these methods to solve this BSOD issue:

Method 1 – Check for Corrupted Files

STEP 1 – Hit the Windows key on your keyboard and type Command Prompt, right click on the first result and select Run as administrator.

 

Command Prompt

 

STEP 2 – Select Yes on the prompt. It will open command prompt window.

STEP 3 – Type chkdsk /f /r in the window and press Enter.

 

Cmd

 

STEP 4 – It will ask you to press for checking Hard Disk for corrupted files when you reboot next time, Press Y and hit Enter.

 

Command Prompt Y

 

STEP 5 – Reboot your computer so it will scan your hard disk.

STEP 6 – Repeat the Step 1.

STEP 7 – Type sfc /scannow and hit the Enter.

 

Scan For Corrupted File

 

Wait for some time as Windows is detecting faulty files and help you to remove it. After this process, your Computer is free from corrupted files. If the problem is persistent after removing corrupt files then below method.

 

Method 2 – Update your Windows version

Windows gives a regular update with new security patches and error fixes. You are more prone to BSOD if you have not updated your Windows. Updating to the latest version of windows can fix your Video Scheduler Internal Error. To update your windows follow these steps.

STEP 1 – Open Settings from Start menu.

 

Settings

 

STEP 2 – Open Update and Security.

 

Update And Security

 

STEP 3 – Click on Check for Updates. It will show you if there is an update available for you. Start Downloading and reboot your PC to install.

 

Windows Update

 

Method 3 – Uninstall faulty Drivers

STEP 1 – Right Click on Windows button and select Device Manager. It will open Device Manager window.

 

Start Menu

 

STEP 2 – Find the icon which has Desktop and Magnifying Glass (Scan for hardware changes)below the menu bar and click on it.

 

Find Harware Changes

 



STEP 3 – Find the Driver which is faulty and has yellow error icon on it.

 

STEP 4 – Right Click on it and Select Uninstall.

STEP 5 – Click on Yes, if prompted and also check to delete driver software.

Unistall Faulty Driver

Now according to your manufacturer find an appropriate driver for your hardware and install it. It will resolve your problem.


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