For longtime Windows users, the BSOD error (blue screen of death error) is probably not too strange.
System Service Exception or SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION is one of the BSOD errors (blue screen of death error). System Service Exceptions errors are quite common and continuous. If you are using Windows 8, 8.1 or Windows 10, the System Service Exceptions error on the screen often displays the message:
"Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We're just collecting some error info, and we'll restart for you.
If you'd like to know more, you can search online later for this error: SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION ".
To fix the System Service Exception error on Windows, please refer to the article below of Bestshares.net.
The cause of the System Service Exception BSOD error
This type of BSOD occurs on your Windows computer for a number of reasons, including:
- Viruses, malware or other malicious programs.
- The Windows system files are corrupted.
- Windows driver is corrupted, outdated, or incompatible.
- Windows update error
1. Use Virus and Malware scanning software to fix the System Service Exception error
In many cases, your computer has been infected with a virus, malware or malicious program and led to this type of BSOD. Use virus and malware scanners to remove searches and remove them from your computer.
And by the way, you can fix this BSOD System Service Exception error.
2. Update or reinstall the compatible Driver to fix the System Service Exception error
Before updating or reinstalling the appropriate driver, you must proceed to boot the Windows computer in Safe Mode.
After accessing the computer through Safe Mode, open Device Manager.
On the Device Manager window, find the Driver with a yellow triangle icon with an exclamation point inside it. It is the symbol of the device that is not working and please remove the driver. Then proceed to download the new Driver and install.
Finally proceed to restart your computer and return to normal mode.
3. Scan and fix system files to fix blue screen error System_Service_Exception
In some cases, corrupted file system may be the cause of BSOD error (blue screen error). To fix this, you must scan and fix Windows system files.
You can usually use the sfc / scannow command to scan and fix corrupted system files. How to do the following:
Step 1: Open Command Prompt under Admin.
Step 2: In the Command Prompt window, enter the following command and press Enter:
sfc / scannow
Step 3: The process of running this command will take a while, wait for the scan to reach 100% and then restart your computer.
4. Turn off the Google Automatic Update service to fix the System Service Exception error
In some cases, Google Automatic Update is the cause of the System Service Exception error on your Windows computer.
To resolve, do the following:
Step 1: Press the Windows + R key combination to open the Run command window.
Step 2: Enter the following command in the Run dialog box and press Enter:
Step 3: In the Service window that appears, scroll down to find Google Update Service. The items in the Service display in alphabetical order, so you will be easy to find.
Step 4: Double-click on Google Update Service and select Disabled in the Startup type drop down menu. In case there are multiple Google Update Service entries, you need to disable all of them.
Now check if the error persists or not?
5. Use the Troubleshooter to fix errors
If none of the above fixes the SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION error, try to resolve it with the Troubleshooter. Very easy to do!
Step 1: First of all, we will open the Windows Settings window interface by clicking Start menu and then clicking the gear icon.
Or you can use Windows + I key combination.
Step 2: In the Windows Settings interface, continue to click Update & security to set the changes.
Step 3: Under Update & security, click on Troubleshoot from the left interface.
Keep scrolling down, click on Blue Screen, then click on Run the troubleshooter and follow the on-screen instructions.
Starting with Windows 10 v1809, however, the built-in Troubleshooter built into Windows for Blue Screen is gone. So if you are using version 1809 and earlier, this will be a useful solution.
6. Reset Windows 10
If none of the above fixes the problem, you may need to reinstall Windows 10 from scratch to fix this problem.
The Windows 10 Reset solution will replace the installation files on the current system with a whole new set of files, reset all PC settings, meaning it will clear the problems that cause SYSTEM_SERVICE_EXCEPTION errors, like restoring restoring to factory settings is the same as keeping your data files.