Fix Video Scheduler Internal Error On Windows 10

The so-called “blue screen of death” is such a common annoyance for Windows users that it is not surprising if you got to this error because, once again, you have been afflicted by it and you are desperate to fix the error causing it. The truth is that the blue screen of death or BSOD can occur for a variety of different reasons including the video scheduler internal error on Windows 10.

No matter how annoying this error or others causing the BSOD, the good news is that there is always at least one way to fix it (often, actually, several different ways of fixing it).

The problem is, of course, finding out the best way of getting rid of the error. If you want to know more about what causes this error to occur and, more importantly, how to fix it in the most effective way, you have come to the right place.

Working out how to fix a problem such as video scheduler internal error on Windows 10 can require a lot of research but don’t worry because in Error Codes Pro we do all the research for you so you don’t have to!

Why Does This Error Happen?

The most common scenario for this specific error to arise is when you install either new software or new hardware on the following Microsoft machines: Windows 8.1 and Windows 10.

This error can either affect you when you are installing the Microsoft (or related) software or the hardware or after you have already installed it.

So, installing or actually running new hardcore or software can actually cause this problem, also there is also a chance that this error happens when your Windows driver gets overloaded.

What happens when you get this error? Firstly you will get the following error message:

“Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’re just collecting some error info, and then we’ll restart for you.

If you’d like to know more, you can search online later for this error: VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR”

Soon after getting this notification, your Windows computer will automatically shut down and restart.

You may be just lucky enough that once you get this error, it’ll never happen again. However, if it happens more than once, you should try to keep track of when it happens and what you were doing every time if happens. You could use this information than to troubleshoot this error.

How Can You Fix This Error? 

The bad news is that there is just no one fix for this error, which can make it extra annoying when you’re dealing with it. This is because, as we hinted to earlier, there are a variety of different reasons that this error happens and it also depends to

The good news is that there are some possible solutions that I have researched for you, so you don’t have to.

In this tutorial, I will present the different fixes that I have found for you. My advice would be that you read through the list of possible fix first and decide which one you’d like to try out first.

How you choose which method to try out first is totally up to you. If you cannot decide which one to begin with, you might as well follow all the methods in the order in which they are presented until to stumble upon the one that works for you.

Otherwise, just randomly try out any of the methods until you find the one that hits the mark for you.

Possible Fix # 1 

If we assume that the problem is caused by the corruption of a file or the hard drive, you should follow these simple steps to fix it:

  1. Grab your Windows 10
  2. Press the Windows key. This will prompt some options to display on your screen.
  3. Type the following text in the search box: “cmd” (no quotation marks).
  4. Once you have entered the text in the search box, you will need to right-click on the Command Prompt
  5. Then, you’ll need to choose the Run as administration After doing this, you should be prompted to agree to get administrator permission.
  6. Click on the yes option when prompted. The command window will then display.
  7. Next, once the command window displays, type the following text into the command window: “chkdsk c: /f /r” (no quotation marks).
  8. Once you have entered that text, making sure that you have done so correctly (so check as many times as necessary). Once you are satisfied that you entered the text correctly, hit the enter
  9. You should then find the following text on the Command Prompt: “Chkdsk cannot run because the volume is in use by another process. Would you like to schedule this volume to be checked the next time the system restarts? (Y/N).” Type “y” (no quotation marks). You will need to do this so that the check takes place next time your computer starts.
  10. Then go ahead and restart your computer. While the computer is being restarted, Windows will check your hard disk and if it finds a problem, it will try to sort it out.
  11. Wait until the computer restarts fully and when it does you should go back to step 2 but type in the following text: “sfc /scannow” (no quotation marks).
  12. Press the enter.

This is all you will really need to do. Just wait until the scan is completed and then use your Windows 10 computer. If the error happens again, then try one the other fixes in this tutorial.

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Possible Fix # 2 

Another possible fix would involve reinstalling the display drivers. If you’d like to try this out, then you should follow these steps:

  1. Grab your Windows 10
  2. Press the following keys simultaneously: Windows key + R. This action will prompt a run dialog box to display on your screen.
  3. Once the run dialog box displays, type the following text: “devmgmt.msc” (no quotation marks).
  4. Click on the OK This will open the device manager.
  5. Once the device manager is open, you should click on the magnifying glass in the top bar. The magnifying glass is the icon for scan for hardware changes.
  6. Look through the list of hardware to check if you noticed anything weird or unusual. Watch out for things that look like a traffic sign with a yellow question or exclamation marks.
  7. If you notice anything like that, right-click on it and select the uninstall option. You will then be prompted to confirm whether you wish to uninstall the hardware or not.
  8. Click on the OK button to uninstall it.
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Once you have uninstalled the hardware that was causing you trouble, you might want to head to the official website of the manufacturer of the hardware so you can install it again.

If this fix doesn’t work or if you do not find anything unusual with the installed hardware, then you should try one of the other fixes in this tutorial.

Possible Fix # 3

This fix involves updating all the device drivers and Windows more generally. Although this may seem like a pretty obvious solution, you will be surprised how often not updating your software and your drive is responsible for causing problems such as scheduler internal error on Windows 10.

I’d suggest that you ensure that you have your software updated and perform regular updates. If you are not in the habit of doing this often or haven’t done it in a while, then it is definitely worth doing right now!

In order to update your Windows 10 effectively, follow these simple steps:

  1. Grab your Windows 10
  2. Go to the control panel.
  3. Then go to system.
  4. Next, head over to the settings
  5. Under that section, locate the update and security
  6. Click on the check for updates

If you would like to update your drivers, then the steps you’ll need to follow are these:

  1. Grab your Widows 10
  2. Press the following keys simultaneously: Windows key + R. This action will prompt a run dialog box to display on your screen.
  3. Once the run dialog box displays, type the following text: “devmgmt.msc” (no quotation marks).
  4. Click on the OK This will open the device manager.
  5. Once the device manager is open, you should click on the magnifying glass in the top bar. The magnifying glass is the icon for scan for hardware changes.
  6. Look through the list of hardware to check if you noticed anything weird or unusual. Watch out for things that look like a traffic sign with a yellow question or exclamation marks.
  7. If you notice anything like that, right-click on it and select the update driver software.
  8. Next, you will need to select the following option: “Search automatically for updated driver software.”

This should the update the driver but if it doesn’t you can always carry out possible fix # 2, instead.

If you have any feedback or would like to share your own tips on how to fix video scheduler internal error on Windows 10, please leave us a message in the comments section below!

2 thoughts on “Fix Video Scheduler Internal Error On Windows 10”

  1. I have a HP AU006TX laptop
    It was running all fine until I once opened it to install additional Ram and I kind of tightened the screws in the GPU cover and then I placed the back cover and booted my system and then onwards my GPU wouldn’t run
    I would get video scheduler internal error
    And when I try to run any program with administration permission then the smart screen sound would come and system would hang forever.
    And my system would hang unconditionally and I have to force shut down it
    And when run any games that use Nvidia GPU, the system would hang.
    Now am presently running my laptop with my GPU in disabled mode.
    I am not that rich to afford a new laptop,after 2 years of request my father agreed to buy me one and I am managing for now.
    Can you please please tell me a solution for this

  2. If we’re talking about notebook’s and Laptops do have two GPU the integrated and discrete make sure using the appropriate cards that can handle rendering etc..
    you can also update one of those cards drivers. but before you do that you can try to check first the hardware by following this steps here.

    Solution 3. Test Graphics card and related hardware

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