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How to overcome Critical Process Died error in Windows 10/8/7?

In Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, and Windows 7, computer users may witness the crashing and displaying of a Critical Process Died Stop Error 0x000000EF or Blue Screen on their Windows computer.  And the same thing happens when the running of the critical Windows system process gets failed. Again the same thing happens due to the process, needed to run the Windows operating system, ended unexpectedly for unknown reasons.

There are a few descriptions available on this issue on any Microsoft site. Whenever such issue occurs, a message erupts and states that: The CRITICAL_PROCESS_DIED bug check has a value of 0x000000EF. This indicates that a critical system process died.


Simple steps to overcome the Critical Process Died error in Windows 10/8/7

If your screen hits the same error message, you can go through the following steps in order to overcome the issue and bring the best out of your Windows-run machines. These include:

  • The very first step that you need to follow is to run sfc /scannow or System File Checker in order to check for and replace corrupted system files, if any. If you find it hard or fail to boot to desktop, then you may prefer to run System File Checker in Safe Mode or Offline. System 32 Error Repair Technical Customer Helpline Number
  • Once you are done with the first step, it is time to move to the second one where you have to run DISM to repair a corrupt system image.
  • Then, you need to update your drivers and check out if the issue has been resolved in a perfect manner or not.
  • After updating your drivers, it is high time to perform a clean boot. When you start the process of clean boot with the computer, your computer starts by using a pre-selected minimal set of drivers along with startup programs. Clean-boot troubleshooting offers a great help as it is designed to separate a performance problem with no hassles. OS support for windows 10
  • If you experience any problem appeared recently, then you should use System Restore for restoring your computer back to a good point. Also check if the problem is resolved or not. If the system starts after updating your OS, you can stop that particular update from being installed and report the same it to the Microsoft support center. support center for windows
  • Finally, stop Sleep and Hibernate in your Power Setting in Control Panel > All Control Panel Items > Power Options > Edit Plan Settings. By following this process, you can easily disable Hibernation if you had earlier enabled it.

If you are still having no relief, then contact independent tech support providing companies to have better solutions and help on how to get rid of Critical Process Died Stop Error in Windows.

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