BSOD error messages such as KMODE EXCEPTION NOT HANDLED occurs as a result of a faulty driver or memory-related conflicts between applications.
While resolving the problem is usually easy, it may need extra troubleshooting steps depending on your system. To assist you, here is how to resolve a Kmode Exception Not Handled BSOD on Windows 11.
Disable Fast Start Up
Type CPL in the Windows search bar.
Select Power Options.
On the left pane, click on Choose what the power button does.
Click Change settings that are currently unavailable.
Uncheck Turn on fast startup (Recommended) option.
Click on Save Changes and close your control panel.
Clean Boot Windows 11
Type msconfig in the Windows search bar.
Go to the Services tab.
Select Hide all Microsoft services and then click Disable all.
After that, go to the Startup tab and click on Open Task Manager.
Go to the Startup tab in Task Manager and disable all startup apps.
Close Task Manager then click on Apply and OK on the System Configuration.
Restart your PC when it prompts you to do so.
Check Your RAM Integrity
Press Windows + R to launch Run dialog.
Type MdSched and click OK.
Select Restart now and check for problems (recommended).
This will scan your system’s memory issues.
Check for Malware
Type windows security on the Windows search bar.
Select Virus & threat protection and click Quick scan.
You may also click on Scan options and select Full scan or Microsoft Defender Offline scan.