Although Windows 10 is very powerful, you can meet BSOD with different stop codes. So when you meet the stop code INTERNAL POWER ERROR, do you know how to fix it? If you don’t know, then this post is what you need. And if you want to fix BSOD caused by other stop codes, it is recommended to visit the MiniTool website.

There are lots of stops codes that you may meet on Windows 10 such as DRIVER VERIFIER IOMANAGER VIOLATION and DRIVER VERIFIER DMA VIOLATION. If you meet a stop code on Windows 10 with an error message - INTERNAL POWER ERROR (INTERNAL_POWER_ERROR), then you can find several methods to fix it in this post. Its bug check code is 0x000000A0.

Method 1: Update Your Drivers

First of all, you should update your drivers to get rid of the Windows 10 INTERNAL POWER ERROR BSOD error because BSOD is often triggered by outdated or incompatible drivers. To do that, follow the simple guide below:

Step 1: Right-click the Start button to select Device Manager.

Step 2: Expand each section and then right-click the device with a yellow indication to choose Update driver.

Step 3: Choose Search automatically for updated driver software, and then follow the on-screen instructions to update your driver. If you have several devices with yellow indications, then do the same as above for all.

Step 4: Restart your computer to check if the BSOD INTERNAL POWER ERROR is fixed.

Method 2: Uninstall the Newly Installed Software

If the INTERNAL POWER ERROR BSOD appears after installing the new software, the culprit of the error may be the software. Therefore, you can try to uninstall the software to check whether the problem can be solved. Here is a quick guide:

Step 1: Press the Win + I keys at the same time to open Settings. Choose Apps.

Step 2: Go to the Apps & features tab, and then set Sort by: Install date. Click the newly installed software to choose Uninstall.

uninstall recently installed software

Step 3: Restart your computer to check if the error is fixed.

Method 3: Run SFC

You could also meet the INTERNAL POWER ERROR when your system files are corrupted. There is a powerful built-in feature that you can use to repair corrupted system files – the SFC tool. It can detect and repair corrupted system files automatically. Here is the way to use it:

Step 1: Enter cmd in the search box, then right-click Command Prompt to choose Run as administrator. Click OK.

Step 2: Type sfc /scannow in the window and then press Enter.

run the SFC scan

Step 2: Wait until the process is done and then restart your computer to check whether the error is gone.

Tip: You may be interested in this post - Quickly Fix – SFC Scannow Not Working (Focus on 2 Cases).

Method 4: Increase the Size of the Hibernation File

If none of the methods solve the problem, then you can try to increase the size of the hibernation file to solve the issue. The default size of the hibernation file is 75%, and you can run a command to increase it to 100%. Here is the tutorial:

Step 1: Open Command Prompt as an administrator.

Step 2: Type powercfg /hibernate /size 100 in the window and then press Enter.

increase the size of the hibernation file

Step 3: Restart your computer, and then the error should be fixed.

Final Words

This post has shown you 4 wonderful methods to get rid of the BSOD INTERNAL POWER ERROR, so you can try the methods mentioned above to fix the error by yourselves if you meet it. If you have any confusion about the methods, leave a comment below and we’ll reply to you as soon.

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