Anyone who has used a Windows PC will have undoubtedly seen a Blue screen of death error at some stage. You may not be aware of this but Windows blue screen of death errors aren’t always the same error, they come in tons of different forms and every single one is equally as annoying as its relatives. Luckily, most of these errors can be fixed quite easily, including Video_Scheduler_Internal_Errors, so follow the steps in this guide to stop this error happening on your system.


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Video_scheduler_Internal_Errors can be triggered by a variety of different reasons and are most commonly found on Windows 10 and 8.1 operating systems. Viruses, malware, corrupt Windows system files and out of date/corrupt or damaged video drivers are all potential causes for this annoying BSOD error. If you are fed up with this error and would like to finally fix it once and for all, follow the steps below.     

Note: Make sure you have done a full Virus and malware scan on your computer before starting any of these steps. It will save you a ton of time if the cause is a virus or some form of malware.

Fix Video Scheduler Internal Error in Windows 10, 8, & 8.1.

The first thing you need to check if you are having Video Scheduler errors is your computer's video or graphics drivers. If Windows has recently updated and your drivers have become incompatible or have been damaged/corrupted in the process it may be triggering BSOD Errors. In order to fix this, you will need to uninstall and reinstall your video/graphics drivers.

Update or Reinstall Graphics/Video Drivers.

First, open the Run tool by pressing Windows Key +R. Next, type diskmgmt.msc into the window and press Enter. Now in the newly opened Device Manager window find Display Adapters and expand it to show your listed Hardware. Finally, right-click on your graphics/video driver and select Uninstall. After the uninstall Restart your computer and allow Windows to install the drivers automatically or Install them manually by downloading the drivers from the manufacturer's website. 

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Note: You should also check to see if there are any Windows updates available, this can be done by going to Settings > Update & Security, then clicking check for updates. If there are download and install them.

Fix the Windows Registry.

Another thing that might be causing BSOD problems is a corrupted or damaged Windows registry. Thankfully there are tools available that can automatically scan and fix most Windows registry problems, it’s something you should be doing every now and then anyway. One of the best tools you can use to fix/scan/clean your Window registry is called Ccleaner and it's 100% free, although there is a paid version if you really want to lash out. You can download Ccleaner from the link below. Once you have downloaded and Installed CCleaner, select Registry from the left-hand menu, scan for issues, then fix the selected issues using the option on the bottom right-hand side. 

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Check and Repair Any Corrupt Windows System files.

Checking to make sure your Windows system files are all in order will also help fix BSOD issues which trigger randomly like Windows Video Scheduler Internal Error. We have a simple guide on fixing Corrupt System Files below.

How to Repair Corrupt System Files in Windows.