Microsoft often sends updates to its Windows 10 operating system. This can be inconvenient for users because they have to reboot their computer and wait to install the update. However, it is a necessary step. These updates add new features, fix bugs and eliminate security loops in the system. Usually, these updates work well enough. You won’t run into any problems along the way, but every once in a while.
Recently, some users reported that they encountered a blue screen of death (BSOD) with error code “0x027” after completing the Windows 10 2004 Build update. This BSOD will be displayed after the upgrade when the user connects to the domain profile while logging into the network. BSODs generally cause system crashes and are usually caused by problematic drivers or faulty hardware.
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Make sure you have the latest version of Windows 10 installed
The most common cause of BSoD errors is software or hardware incompatibility. You can avoid most compatibility issues by regularly downloading Windows updates.
Updates often fix compatibility issues and security vulnerabilities. Therefore, it is recommended that you download them frequently.
In addition to Windows 10 updates, we recommend regular driver updates.
Since BSoD problems are often caused by faulty or incompatible drivers, make sure your motherboard, network card and video card drivers are updated to avoid the RDR_FILE_SYSTEM error.
If you need to update your drivers, the easiest way to do so is to manually download them from the hardware manufacturer’s website.
Run the BSOD troubleshooter
If the problem persists after updating your drivers, try some troubleshooting tools.
The first fix we’re going to try is Windows 10’s built-in BSOD fix.
As you might expect, this tool deals with a variety of BSOD problems, including the RDR_FILE_SYSTEM error.
Here’s how to run the Windows 10 troubleshooter for BSOD problems:
- Open the Settings app and go to Update and Security.
- From the menu on the left, select Troubleshooting.
- In the right pane, select BSOD and click Run Troubleshooter.
- Follow the instructions on the screen for troubleshooting.
Repair and update the BIOS
The BIOS is the program used to initialize equipment during boot-up. Its main function is to check the connected hardware components and make sure there are no errors. Errors can occur if you have changed any BIOS settings or haven’t updated them for some time.
Again, we won’t go into the details of updating the BIOS, since there are already many articles. Read this article and follow the instructions on how to update your BIOS. Also, if you have changed the BIOS settings, we recommend restoring the default settings and reproducing the problem. If the problem persists, go to the fix below.
If there is an external conflict with the operating system that we have not yet detected, it is better to perform a clean boot. A clean boot means that your operating system starts up and runs only the services and programs that it needs. To perform a clean startup, do the following:
- Press the Windows key with R.
- In the window, type msconfig and press Enter.
- Now click on the Services tab.
- Turn on the Hide all Microsoft services option and click Disable all.
- Then apply the changes and click OK.
- Now restart your system. Your system now boots in clean boot mode.