This error commonly occurs during the using of USB devices like USB 2.0 high-speed audio processors, other c media electronics that connects via USB. This also occurs during using external USB microphone. So, if you are facing blue screen of death (BSOD) than these fixes might help you out.
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Fix 1: Reinstalling the C-media drivers
Reinstalling the drivers can nearly fixes the issue. Follow the steps to reinstall the drivers
Step 1: By right clicking on the my computer click on the mange.
Step 2: Now, find the device manger and go to sound, video and game controllers.
Step 3: Now, find the C-Media USB Audio driver and uninstall them.
Step 4: Now restart your PC.
Step 5: Now, Go to manufacturer’s website and download the latest drivers and install them.
Most of the time these steps can fix the issue. If not then follow the next fixes.
Fix 2: Update the drivers
Updating your old drivers to new one that can help you to sort out the problem.
Step 1: Go to your manufactures website and download new appropriate and exact model drivers and download them.
Step 2: Now install them and restart your PC.
Sometimes this simple trick can help to solve the problem. If there is another issue with cables than follow next fixes.
Fix 3: Check cables of the USB media device
Most of the time cable is damaged and they touch each other and short circuit occurs and then the blue screen of death happens.
Step 1: Check your USB cable if it’s damaged or not.
Step 2: Change the entire USB cable if it is damaged.
Fix 4: Check the media device working properly or not
If media device is the main reason for constant error than you might check it out for the errors. Follow the steps to check it out.
Step 1: Firstly, check the media device in other pc. If it’s working fine than the error is on the main pc.
Step 2: Check for the other errors like it keeps disconnecting, beep sound etc. if it hs happening than you can try re plugging it.
Step 3: Check for the indicators on the media device like tiny red light is on or off. Try reinserting the cable if light is off.
Step 4: If the device not working properly than you can change whole device, buying new one may help.
Fix 5: Run a Full Anti-malware and Virus Scan.
Step 1: Download good antivirus software or use inbuilt windows defender (more powerful).
Step 2: Now run a full system scan to find the malware and viruses.
Step 3: Delete malware and viruses (don’t quarantine it).
Step 4: Restart your PC.
Sometimes viruses and malware damages the core windows system files thus BSOD occurs.
Fix 6: Restore your Windows 10
Restoring your windows can help to revise the issue but can remove also your latest files so be cautions while doing these steps:
Step 1: Press windows key and type recovery and open it.
Step 2: now click on a ‘’open system restore point’’.
Step 3: Now choose a recommended restore and click next to restore your windows 10.
Note: By doing restoration it will delete the latest files on the C drive and restore it to the previous state when you backed up. If you took an image back up than do restoring it will be a good and wise job.