There are several types of “blue screen of death” (BSoD) errors. One of them is error code 0x135. BSOD with error code 0x135 in Windows 10 can randomly appear on your Windows 10 PC at any time. This error can have several causes, such as incompatible software, corrupt boot configuration data, or corrupt system files. BSoD crashes can be terrifying. However, in this article, we have listed several methods that can help you solve this problem. Let’s see how.

Reboot your PC

If your PC is only occasionally and temporarily unable to find the DLL files, press and hold the power button to shut it down and reboot to see if it returns to the same BSOD error message regarding stop 0x00000135.

Return the PC operating system to its previous state

If you can’t find the DLL file name, don’t panic. Try resetting the PC operating system to a previous state to fix possible problems with the registry file, as follows: Start => All Programs => Standard => System Tools => System Restore
Select the restore time to restore an earlier state of the Windows operating system.

Recovering BCD data

BSoD error code – 0x135 can also appear because the boot configuration data will cause the system to crash at boot. Let’s see how to solve this problem by restoring the boot configuration data using the command line.

Step 1: First of all, make sure that you start your computer in safe mode using the command line.

Step 2: When you boot in advanced startup mode in Windows 10, the computer will reboot. Select an account to continue. You can select administrator here.

Step 3: At the command prompt window, run the following command and press Enter:

Bootrec / RebuildBcd.

Perform the repair at startup

If you’ve already performed auto-rebuild at boot earlier, but that didn’t solve the problem, you can try auto-rebuild from the Windows 10 installation media. Here’s how:

Troubleshooting the Clean Boot state

Unnecessary system and cache files, processes, services that exist or are running on your computer can cause this error. A clean boot is performed to start Windows with a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. This can help avoid software conflicts that occur when you install a program, upgrade, or run a program on Windows 10.

However, if none of the above methods work, it may be due to corrupted system files. In such cases, you can perform a clean installation, which can be done without a compatible installation media (USB / DVD) and can be done directly from the GUI menu of your Windows 10 system. Be sure to back up your system data, however. However, since you will not be able to start Windows due to a BSoD error, you can perform this process to back up your data without starting Windows 10.