After upgrading to Windows 10, the following bluescreen error may occur:
For those who experience this error, it occurs occasionally but repeatedly and seemingly at random. The PC then collects information and restarts. The Bug Check code for this bluescreen is 0x00000133.
How do I resolve this error?
This mistake may happen due to the iastor.sys driver, which isn’t completely perfect with Windows 10.
Microsoft is as of now examining an answer for keep the driver from being relocated when moving up to Windows 10. For those of you as of now on Windows 10, you can work around this mistake by supplanting the tricky driver with the Microsoft storahci.sys driver by following these steps:
- Right-click the Start symbol and select Device Manager.
- Expand IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers.
- Select the regulator with “SATA AHCI” in its name, (for example, Standard SATA AHCI Controller). To check that you’ve chosen the correct regulator, right-click the regulator, select Properties, click the Driver tab, and afterward Driver Details. Verify that iastor.sys is a recorded driver, and snap OK.
- From the Driver tab, select Update Driver…
- Select Browse my PC for driver software.
- Select Let me pick from a rundown of gadget drivers on my computer.
- Select Standard SATA AHCI Controller.
Click Next, at that point Close, and afterward restart your computer.