How to Fix BSOD Error 0x0f4

BSOD Error 0x0f4, also called as, STOP Screen Error 0x00000F4X, indicates serious problem with your PC. Learn simple solutions to reallocate the virtual memory size, remove incompatible updates, repair disk sector issues and disinfect your system.

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Alternative manual troubleshooting steps are given below:

Adjust Paging File Size

You probably have insufficient virtual memory. Increase the Paging File size limit.

For Windows 10/ 8.1/ 8/ 7/ Vista:

1. Press Windows Key + R keys simultaneously.

2. Type “sysdm.cpl” in the Run dialog that opens, click OK.


3. This opens up System Properties dialog box.

4. Click Advanced tab | Settings (Performance).


5. Click Advanced tab | Change (Virtual Memory).


6. Uncheck “Automatically manage paging file size for all drives” checkbox.


7. Select your system drive, usually drive C:

8. Select “Custom size” option.

9. Enter “Initial Size (MB)” and “Maximum Size (MB)” to 0 (zero).


10. Click Set button to apply the new virtual memory size.

11. Click OK | OK | OK.

Uninstall Recent Updates

Some of the installed updates are not working properly. Such incompatible updates have to be removed through Control Panel.

For Windows 10/ 8.1/ 8:

1. Press Windows Key + X, select Control Panel.

2. Press F3 key to initiate Search.

3. Type “View installed updates” in upper right corner Search box.


4. You’ll see Programs and Features icon in the Search Result. Click the link named “View installed updates” under Programs and Features category.


5. This opens up a list of all installed updates. Sort the list date-wise. To do so, click “Installed on” column head.


6. Right click a recently installed update, select Uninstall option.

7. After uninstalling all updates, restart your computer.

For Windows 7/ Vista:

1. Click Start | Control Panel.

2. Click Programs | View installed updates (Programs and Features).

3. Sort all updates by the date of installation. Select a recently installed update, click Uninstall option.

Repair Disk

Scan your disk for bad sectors and repair all issues with a pre-installed tool, called Error Checking.


For Windows 10/ 8.1/ 8:

1. Double click This PC or Computer or My Computer desktop icon.


2. Right click your system drive (C:) in your primary hard drive, select Properties.

3. Click Tools tab in the new dialog that loads.

4. Click Check button (Error-checking).


For Windows 7/ Vista:

1. Refer Steps # 1-3 under Windows 10/ 8.1/ 8 user’s section.

2. Click “Check Now” button under Error-checking category.

Scan your System

Your system may be infected by a virus that lead 0x0f4 error. Download a good Antivirus program from the Internet. Full scan your system including primary and secondary hard disk, removable storage such as external hard disk, USB flash drive.


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