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There are multiple reasons why we face error codes on Windows 10. “BAD EXHANDLE BSOD” error is among those annoying errors that arise on your system while updating or working on Windows 10. It’s a BSOD error and sometimes appears with error code 0x000000A7 on your device. Users are claiming multiple reasons for arising this error issue. Some say that it’s a bad driver issue, some are saying that it’s the issue of corrupted system files or missing data.

Harmful malware can also be the reason behind this issue. To troubleshoot the issue, we have to detect the primary reason behind this issue.

Follow these instructions if you wish to troubleshoot this issue on your device:

Turning OFF Auto-Shutdown Feature

If you are experiencing harmful bugs and glitches, then remove them instantly from your device. To do so, follow these instructions:

  • In the beginning, tap Window and D keys on your keyboard to enter the desktop region.
  • Next, navigate to This PC option and then right-click on it.
  • Now, hit the Properties option.
  • Tap the “Advanced System Settings” option located on the left-hand side section of the screen.
  • Navigate to Recovery and Startup option and tap on the Settings option.
  • Go to the section “System Failure” and then unmark Automatic Reboot related option.
  • Finally, tap on, OK.

Updating Your Device Drivers

  • Hit the taskbar search tab and then insert “devmgmt.msc,” followed by entering the key.
  • The Device Manager window will expand out on your screen. Then check the faulty driver that is flashing  error code “0x000000A7.”
  • Search the same, and double click on it to expand.
  • Then, apply the right mouse click on suspicious diver; you think that it is corrupted.
  • Next, hit Update Driver option there.
  • Now, choose the search automatic related option for the software of the updated driver.
  • When you complete the process, then follow on-screen indications to continue.
  • Repeat the points mentioned above for all the corrupted drivers.

Scanning Harmful Virus through Windows Security

  • Firstly, press two key on your keyboard: Window + I altogether and hit Security and Update option.
  • Then, go to the left-hand side section and choose the Windows Security option there.
  • Next, choose the “Virus and Threat Protection” option.
  • Press the link “Scan Options” located on the right side of the Windows security interface.
  • Hit the radio tab associated with “Full Scan” and then tap the option “Scan Now.”
  • In case you find any dangerous or threat suspicious object, then tap on the “Clean Threats” tab. It will remove all the existing viruses.

Scanning Files by Using System File Checker

  • First and foremost, hit the “Window” logo and “R” keys at one go to launch the Run dialogue box.
  • Next, insert the keyword “cmd.exe” into the prompt space and then hit the Shift + Ctrl + Enter keys simultaneously.
  • After that, tap on the “Yes” button if the UAC prompt appears.
  • Then, input “Sfc/_scannow” just next to the cursor, followed by entering.
  • Rebooting the device and then check your system that the virus is properly removed.

Ava Williams is a creative person who has been writing blogs and articles about cyber security. He writes about the latest updates regarding and how it can improve the work experience of users. His articles have been published in many popular e-magazines, blogs and websites.

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