The VIDEO_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR issue has the value 0x00000113, indicating that the Microsoft DirectX graphics kernel subsystem has detected an infringement. This error check rarely appears.
Although VIDEO DXGKRNL FATAL ERROR is very rare, the blue screen of death (BSoD) or computer freeze it causes is really a big problem for Windows users. Such Windows 10 video errors occur frequently when you install certain programs, run Windows Update, or simply enable or disable it.
If you received a blue screen error or a shutdown code, your computer suddenly shut down to protect against data loss.
To resolve the fatal VIDEO DXGKRNL FATAL ERROR error in Windows 10:
Uninstalling and reinstalling the display driver
To uninstall the driver, please follow the steps below:
a. Press the Windows + X buttons and click Device Manager.
b. Click to expand the display adapters, right-click the adapter, and then click Uninstall.
c. Restart the computer.
Running a malware scan
Run a malware or virus scan on your computer if you have a specific anti-malware program installed. Or, if you know the files infected by malware or viruses, switch to Windows 10 Safe Mode to delete the files and fix the FATAL ERROR VIDEO DXGKRNL FATAL.
Using System Restore
System Restore allows you to restore your PC to normal state without affecting your data, but delete programs installed after the restore point. You can restore the system to remove conflicting programs that cause the blue screen VIDEO_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR.
- Once you have created a system restore point, it is time to get rid of the VIDEO DXGKRNL FATAL ERROR.
- Use the Windows Win + PauseBreak shortcut keys to open the system.
- Select System Protection in the left column.
- Select the System Protection tab in the context dialog box and click the System Restore button.
- Click Next and select a system restore point from the table.
- Click Next, follow the instructions, and then click Finish.
Turn off virus protection and the Windows firewall.
- Press the Windows key and enter the Windows Defender Security Center.
- Select Firewall and Network Protection.
- Click Private Network (discoverable) and slide a switch to Off.
- Then do the same with the public network (undetectable).
Then disable Windows Defender or a third-party antivirus program. However, do not forget to enable protection if it turns out that the author of VIDEO_DXGKRNL_FATAL_ERROR was not an antivirus.
If the problem is due to security software, you must either reinstall it or use another tool.[Top]