There are many errors associated with Windows operating systems. While some are minor, others turn out to be serious errors that often cause the dreaded blue screen of death (BSoD). One such error is the Whea Uncorrectable Error, which sometimes occurs as Whea_Uncorrectable_Error once your computer screen has turned blue.
All BSOD errors are stop errors. However, the Blue Screen of Death(BSOD) means that you can no longer use your computer. The occurrence of a stop error such as the Whea Uncorrectable Error is a brilliant way of the operating system shutting down to protect loss of data and your computer as well.
The Whea Uncorrectable Error is technically assigned error code 0x0000124. You can encounter it with any of the Windows OS. Unlike most stop errors, the occurrence of the error signals a serious issue with hardware attached to your computer. Such hardware can be the disk hosting the OS (CPU), graphics card and memory modules among other hardware.
The most likely moment you may encounter the Whea Uncorrectable Error soon after or several days after installing new hardware. It is also possible to encounter the error after installing new software. The actual point of occurrence can vary. It can be when starting your computer or when launching a program or application.
Reasons for Whea Uncorrectable Error BSOD
- Damaged hardware (hard disk, memory modules, video card, processor, e.t.c.).
- An issue with driver incompatibility.
- Damaged/outdated drivers.
- Low CPU voltage.
- Heating problems.
- Corrupt/Damaged registry files.
- Corrupt/Damaged system files.
- Virus/malware infection.