Error Code 0x0000000B

Error Code 0x0000000B

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The 0x0000000B or NO_EXCEPTION_HANDLING_SUPPORT error is an extremely rare one. This error signifies that the operating system lacks descriptions for a particular situation, which usually means that it has encountered an unhandled exception, or an exception has occurred in a process that was already dealing with an exception.

How to fix:

  1. Update Your System and Drivers: Always ensure that your operating system and all your drivers are up-to-date. Windows updates often include patches that fix potential bugs, and outdated drivers can cause issues.
  2. Run System File Checker (SFC): The System File Checker tool can identify and fix potential issues with your system files. Open the Command Prompt as an administrator and type “sfc /scannow” to run this tool.
  3. Check for Malware: Malicious software can cause a variety of problems on your system. Run a full system scan with your antivirus software to ensure your system is clean.
  4. Uninstall Recent Software: If this error started appearing after you installed new software, that software might be causing the problem. Uninstall the software and see if the error persists.
  5. Use System Restore: If the issue started recently, you could try using System Restore to revert your system to a state before the problem began.
  6. Check Your Hardware: While this error is typically software-related, hardware issues such as faulty or incompatible hardware can also cause this error.
  7. Contact Support: If you’ve tried all these steps and the error still persists, it would be best to contact Microsoft Support or your hardware’s manufacturer for further assistance.

As with any significant changes to your system, always ensure you have a recent backup of all important data to prevent potential data loss.

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