Blue screen of death are the most annoying errors in Windows. It is very annoying because you cannot do anything while you are getting this error, you just have to sit there for a few minutes while your computer collects the information about the error and restarts.
Internal video scheduling error is also one of those blue screens of death errors. This problem occurs mainly due to the incorrect behavior of the video card. Most of the BSOD can be fixed and the internal video programmer error can also be fixed. Follow these methods to fix this BSOD problem:
Method 1: update the display drivers
1. close Device administrator in Windows 10 search. Click on the search result to open it.
2. Now expand Video cards.
3. Right-click and update the drivers.
4. Follow the on-screen instructions.
Method 2: Check for damaged files
STEP 1 - Press the button windows key on the keyboard and type Symbol of the system, right-click on the first result and select Run as administrator.
STEP 2 - Select Yup in the message. The command prompt window will open.
STEP 3 - Type chkdsk /f /r in the window and press Log in.
STEP 4 - It will ask you to press Y To check the hard drive for corrupted files on the next reboot, press Y and press Log in.
STEP 5 - Restart your computer to scan your hard drive.
STEP 6 - Repeat step 1.
STEP 7 - Type SFC / scannow e premium pulsating Log in.
Wait a while while Windows detects the damaged files and helps you remove them. After this process, your computer will be free of damaged files. If the problem persists after deleting the damaged files, go to the next method.
Method 3: update your version of Windows
Windows offers a regular update with new security patches and bug fixes. You're more prone to BSOD if you haven't updated Windows. Upgrading to the latest version of Windows can fix the internal video scheduling error. To update your Windows, follow these steps.
STEP 1 - Open settings starting from Home menu.
STEP 2 - Open Update and security.
STEP 3 - Click Look for updates. It will show you if an update is available. Start downloading and restart your PC for installation.
Method 4: uninstall the faulty drivers
STEP 1 - Right-click on windows and select Device administrator. It will open Device administrator window.
STEP 2: Look for the icon you have Desk and magnifying glass Cup (Look for hardware changes) under the menu bar and click on it.
STEP 3 - Find the controller that is faulty and has yellow bug icon In that.
STEP 4 - Right click on it and select Uninstall.
STEP 5 - Click Yupif prompted and also check to remove the driver software.
Now, according to the manufacturer, find an appropriate driver for your hardware and install it. It will solve your problem.