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How to Fix BSOD Dpc Watchdog Violation Error 0x00000133 - WebTv

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Step 3 -- Update Driver software

Next, you simply need to update the hard disk driver and that should resolve the problem.

In order to do this, expand the Disk Drives option and then right click on your SSD drive. Now we will update the driver software.

Step 4 -- Browse computer for driver software

Once the new window opens up, you can either allow windows to search for the driver online or if you have the updated driver on your computer, you can choose to browse and select for the driver software.

For this tutorial, we will select the second option.

Step 5 -- Let me pick the device drivers

Next, we will select the "let me pick the device drivers" option below.

Step 6 -- Uncheck show compatible hardware

If you uncheck the "show compatible hardware" option, you will be displayed with all the listed manufacturers.

Step 7 -- Driver software update successful

Simply select the update package and move on to the next step. With that done, the device driver would be updated and you would be required to restart the computer for the changes to take effect.

And that`s basically how you can fix the DPC_Watchdog_Violation blue screen of death stop error 0X00000133.">
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More than 50 audio books for learning, including bestsellers!app.appsflyer.com/id575898357?...In this tutorial, we will show you how to fix watch dog violation blue screen error 0x00000133.The DPC_Watchdog_Violation is a pretty common error which can either appear as an error message sometimes or as a blue screen error when you are working on the computer. Don`t forget to check out our site howtech.tv/ for more free how-to videos! youtube.com/ithowtovids - our feedwww.Facebook.com/howtechtv - join us on Facebookplus.google.com/1034403827176... - our group in Google Step 1 -- Reasons why the watchdog error occursIn windows 8, they have introduced a bugchecker called the watchdog. So basically when it detects a deferred procedure call which has been running for too long, it gives an error. You could be browsing through the windows explorer and you might get the blue screen of death out of nowhere due to which the system would restart automatically.The most common reason why this error can occur is because of the SSD hard drive that contains old firmware, which is no longer supported by windows 8.Step 2 -- Open Device ManagerOnce the system restarts, open up the desktop and press the "Win X" key to open up the advanced context menu. From the drop down menu, open up the Device Manager.Step 3 -- Update Driver softwareNext, you simply need to update the hard disk driver and that should resolve the problem.In order to do this, expand the Disk Drives option and then right click on your SSD drive. Now we will update the driver software. Step 4 -- Browse computer for driver softwareOnce the new window opens up, you can either allow windows to search for the driver online or if you have the updated driver on your computer, you can choose to browse and select for the driver software.For this tutorial, we will select the second option.Step 5 -- Let me pick the device driversNext, we will select the "let me pick the device drivers" option below.Step 6 -- Uncheck show compatible hardwareIf you uncheck the "show compatible hardware" option, you will be displayed with all the listed manufacturers.Step 7 -- Driver software update successfulSimply select the update package and move on to the next step. With that done, the device driver would be updated and you would be required to restart the computer for the changes to take effect.And that`s basically how you can fix the DPC_Watchdog_Violation blue screen of death stop error 0X00000133.