While starting your computer this morning if you see a message video_scheduler_internal_error then don’t worry. You are in the same boat where so many of us have already been. The “blue screen of death” or BSOD is a standard error faced by almost every Windows user. There are various reasons for this to happen and yes let me tell you it’s possible to fix this.
Today in this step-by-step guide, we’ll see three ways on how to fix the video scheduler internal error in Windows 10.
Let’s dive right in!
Note: If you are not able to log in to your OS, power on and off your pc three times to start it in safe mode to perform the below-mentioned techniques.
How to fix video scheduler internal error in Windows 10?
Method-1: Check for Faulty System File or Hard Drive Corruption
It’s the most common reason for video scheduler error or “blue screen of death” to occur.
For checking faulty system files or hard drive corruption follow this steps:
Press the windows logo key on your keyboard and type in “cmd”. Right click Command Prompt and click on the first option Run as Administrator.
A new command prompt window will pop-up on your screen. Type in chkdsk /f /r and click enter.
Press Y on your keyboard (Y is for YES)
Restart your computer so that windows can perform a hard disk check.
For checking faulty files, you have to do the same procedure. Type in “cmd” and right click on Command Prompt to Run as Administrator.
Type in sfc /scannow and click enter. Wait for a while and let windows scan for all the faulty files if any.
Method-2: Update Windows
Although updates seem to be a ubiquitous thing to do let me tell you a majority of us just forget to do this on a regular basis, and this eventually leads to video scheduler internal error.
To update your Windows 10, follow this simple steps:
Head on to Control Panel and go to system.
Next up, go to settings.
Find “update and security” in the following section.
Click on check for updates.
Method-3: Update Device Drivers
Many software in your system are left with patches which are not updated since very long. This is one more reason why you can see a video scheduler internal error on your screen.
Follow this steps to update your device drivers:
Press “Windows+R” key to open “Run” on your computer.
In the dialog box shown type in “devmgmt.msc”.Click OK and this will open up the device manager. (no quotations)
After the device manager is open, click on the search bar to scan for hardware changes.
Watch out the list and see if any driver needs to be updated. If you found any, right click on it and select update driver.
Note: You can also use any third party software to update your device drivers like DriverEasy.
By now, you must have known that it’s possible to solve the video scheduler internal error with the methods I have listed above.
Obviously, you don’t have to try all the methods simultaneously, but yes decide which one works for you. By using any of this method, you can definitely solve the video_scheduler_internal_error issue from windows.
Let me know in the comments section about how useful this guide was? I’d love to hear from you.