How to Repair “Internal Power Error” BSOD in Windows 10

An internal power error is usually a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death) exception that can prevent your device from working further.

So if you are stuck with this “Blue Screen of Death Stop Code” error message, we are here to save you. In this article, we have presented several solutions to help you solve the internal power error on your Windows 10 PC.

What is the cause of the “internal power error” in Windows 10?

Several reasons can cause Windows 10 blue screen error, but outdated or incompatible graphics card drivers (especially AMD graphics drivers and AMD Catalyst Control Center) installed on your PC are the most common cause of this internal power BSOD error. The most useful way is to do your best to find the right display drivers, and update or roll them back for Windows 10.

How to fix “internal power error” in Windows 10?

Perform an SFC scan

Launch SFC scan

  1. Type cmd in the search box, then right-click on Command Prompt and select Run as administrator. Then click OK.
  2. Type sfc /scannow in the window, then press Enter.
  3. Wait for the operation to complete, then restart your computer to make sure the error is gone.

Updating drivers

  1. Right-click on the Start button and select Device Manager.
  2. Expand the various sections, then right-click on the device highlighted in yellow and select Update Drivers.
  3. Select Automatically check for updated drivers and follow the on-screen instructions to update the driver.
  4. If you have more than one device in yellow, follow the steps above for all devices.
  5. Restart your computer.

Increase the size of the hibernation file

  1. Open a command prompt as administrator.
  2. Type powercfg /hibernate /size 100 in the window and press Enter.
  3. Reboot your computer.

Uninstall the software you just installed

  1. Press Win + I to open settings. Select Applications.
  2. Click the Applications and Features tab and set Sort by: Installation Date.
  3. Click on the newly installed software and select Uninstall.
  4. Restart your computer to see if the error has been fixed.

Frequently Asked Questions

An internal power supply error gets stuck on your device like a permanent loop and doesn't leave you much room to get over this obstacle. It usually happens because of outdated/damaged drivers or when the system creates a hibernation file that is too small.

  1. Increase the size of the hibernation file.
  2. Update the drivers.
  3. Disable the video card or reinstall the drivers.
  4. Disable automatic driver updates and uninstall the graphics driver.
  5. Set the hard drive shutdown timer to 0.

  1. Press Win + I to open Settings. Select Applications.
  2. Click the Applications and Features tab and set Sort by : Installation date.
  3. Click on the software you just installed and select Uninstall.
  4. Reboot your computer to make sure the error is resolved.