How to Fix Video scheduler internal error windows 10

“Video Scheduler internal error” is one of the blue screen of death (BSOD) error that occurs frequently in Windows 8 and 10 operating systems. This error can cause annoyance and inconvenience to users. The reasons that this error occurs includes issues with hardware or software, using a Microsoft program or some problem with your driver. Regardless of the causes, this error crashes the system and results in loss of data.
Microsoft has not released an official solution for this error, but we have some quick and easy solutions for you. Use the following methods to resolve the issue.

Video scheduler internal error windows 10 [Solved]

However, please note that the following methods include accessing your desktop so if your error makes your desktop inaccessible then you need to solve that issue first.

Method 1: Performing aa disk check for corrupted system and hard drive

  1. Open Start Menu and write ‘cmd’ in search field. Then perform a right click on Command Prompt in the Start menu and select Run as administrator.


    When asked permission for allowing making changes, proceed by clicking on Yes.

  2. After the Command prompt window opens, type in the following command ensure no errors have been made and then proceed by pressing Enter. “chkdsk c: /f /r”
    Press Y and Enter so that your system is checked when you restart your computer.

  3. Now, restart your computer so that your system can perform a hard disk check, it will then scan for problems and issues and will help resolve them.
  4. When your computer opens, repeat the first step. When you open Command Prompt as an administrator type the following command: “sfc /scannow” and press Enter.


    Windows will now begin to scan for damaged and corrupted files. It will then help you eliminate the problem.

Method 2: Updating Windows and device drivers

  1. Windows update has a service pack which is basically a combination of latest updates. By installing it, you can easily and collectively install all the recent updates. You can do this by opening Control Panel and then click on System.
    These service packs are available in Windows update. Go to settings and click on Update & security. Now you simply have to click on the button that says Check for updates under Windows Update.

  1. Visit your device driver’s manufacturer’s official websites to download and install the latest version of your drivers. Though, this might take some time, you need to update all your device drivers.

Method 3: Installing your Display drivers after uninstalling them

  1. Press Windows and X keys together and select Device Manager from the context menu. When Device manager opens, click on the icon of Scan for hardware changes in the tool bar. (The icon is monitor with magnifying glass on it).
  2. Now locate all drivers that have some error marks on them such as a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark.

  3. After that, perform a right click on these devices and select Uninstall from the context menu.


    Proceed by clicking on OK to confirm.

  4. Next, visit your driver’s manufacturers website and download the latest driver manually for your computer. Follow the provided instructions to install them.

Some other Methods you can try:
Method 4: Downloading older version of your Graphics card driver

Another method you can try is downloading an older version of your Graphics card driver from the official support websites of NVIDIA, AMD/ATI and intel etc. This has worked for some users and you might as well give this a try.
Method 5: Changing Graphics card settings.

Some users have also said that tweaking their graphic card settings fixed the problem for them. What you need to do is change the graphics card setting from quality to performance. But for this, you need to visit the support website of your graphics card for guidance.

Method 6: Checking your Hardware for damage

If the problem still persists, check your hardware to see if there is anything wrong with it. If it is the hardware that is causing the problem, like your graphics card, then you will have to replace your graphics card with a new one. Some hardware does not work with the configuration of Windows 10, which is why it needs to be removed.

Method 7: Resetting Windows 10

If none of the methods above have worked for you then you need to consider resetting your Windows. A reset of your Windows will hopefully resolve the problem.

 

 

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