Dxgkrnl.sys BSOD blue screen error in Windows 10 Fix

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While using Windows 10 system, you may encounter a blue screen of death problem due to the “Dxgkrnl.sys” driver software. This problem is caused by damaged or unstable graphics drivers on the system. No need to worry anymore. There are some simple solutions to solve this problem.

Restart your computer if you are facing this problem for the first time, check if it boots normally or not.

In case you cannot log into your PC normally, you need to open the 'Auto Repair' window.

for. Turn off the computer.

second. Just press the power button to boot the system.

C. So when the system boots up, as soon as you saw the manufacturer logo, press “Hold the power button again to force the system to shut down.

re. Continue with these steps 2-3 more times and you will automatically arrive at the Startup Repair screen.

When your computer starts up, you will be in Auto Repair mode.

Solution 1: Update the graphics driver

This problem is caused by a faulty graphics controller. Installing the latest update can fix this problem.

1. It appears in auto repair mode.

2. Next, you need to click on "Advanced options".

3. On the next screen, you need to click on "Solve problems".

4. When the troubleshooting window appears, click "Advanced options".

5. Then click on "Startup Settings".

6. Click on 'Restart“In the lower left corner of the corner.

7. It is necessary to press the button "F5"Key to"Enable Safe Mode With Networking".

As soon as you press that key, your system will boot into safe mode.

[Safe mode appears to have a black desktop with ‘Safe Mode’ written at four corners of the desktop screen.]

8. When the computer starts in Safe Mode, right-click the Windows icon.

9. Then you need to click on the button "Device administrator".

10. Click the drop-down list for "Video cards".

11. Then click on "Update Driver".

12. To allow Windows to search for the driver, click "Automatically searches for updated driver".

Now wait for Windows to download and install the latest graphics driver.

This should solve your problem.


If Windows does not detect a newer video driver, you can install a newer graphics driver.

1. You have to look for the "Driver Nvidia".

2. When the search results are displayed, click "Download drivers | NVIDIA".

3. Just set “Product type”, “Product series”, etc. And choose according to the graphics driver in the “Option 1:” settings.

4. To search for the latest driver, click "SEARCH FOR".

5. On the screen, you will notice that the latest driver has appeared.

6. Then click on "download".

When the driver download is complete, close the browser window.

6. Navigate to the downloaded driver file.

7. Hence, double click In that.

8. Simply choose "NVIDIA graphics driver and GeForce experience"option.

9. To accept the policy settings, click "Accetta and continue".

10. In the Install Options screen, click on the "Recommended espresso)"

11. Finally, click on "The next“To start the installation process.

12. The installation process may take 5 minutes.

13. Click on 'Close“To close the window.

Once installed, click "Close".

Don't forget to reboot your system.

Solution 2: disable NVIDIA Surround settings

NVIDIA Surround controls synchronization between multiple monitors.

1. Search for the "NVIDIA Control Panel".

2. Then you need to click on "NVIDIA Control Panel“To access it.

3. When the NVIDIA Control Panel opens, click "3D settings“To expand it.

4. Next, click on “Configure Surround, PhysX".

5. On the right side, in the "Surround Settings" section, deselect the "Span Screens con Surround"option.

6. Next, click on “To apply".

Restart your system.

Additional tip -

NVIDIA Surround manages your multiple displays. If you continue to face the problem despite trying the above solution, try starting the computer with a single screen. Check if this helps.

Solution 3: Disable SLI in NVIDIA settings

If you are using multiple GPUs in your device, this error could be due to SLI technology.

1. Click Windows key and writes "NVIDIA Control Panel".

2. Then you need to click on "NVIDIA Control Panel".

3. After logging into the NVIDIA Control Panel window, on the left side, go here ~

3D Settings > Set SLI Configuration

4. Now on the right hand side, in the SLI configuration settings, click the radio button next to the option "Do not use SLI technology".

5. Don't forget to click on "To apply".

Restart your system.

Check if the problem persists or not.

Suggestions -

If the problem persists, you may want to consider running a DISM scan.

for. Open the CMD terminal.

second. Run this code set. To do this, copy and paste the first code and press Log in. Do the same with the other two.

Dism / Online / Cleanup-Image / CheckHealth Dism / Online / Cleanup-Image / ScanHealth Dism / Online / Cleanup-Image / RestoreHealth

Once the CMD.

Restart your computer.

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