Solved: Video Scheduler Internal Error BSOD (bug check 0x00000119)

A number of users report issues, after installing Windows 10 (clean install) or Upgrade Windows 10 System crashes frequently with BSOD error “Video Scheduler Internal Error“. The error Video Scheduler Internal Error bug check value 0x00000119 indicates that the video scheduler has detected a fatal violation. And this is mostly caused because of recently installed new hardware or software which causes conflict between the video drivers and Windows 10. Again problems with the graphics card, corrupt system files, incompatible software/hardware changes, a malware infection, damaged Windows Registry keys, and outdated graphics drivers also cause VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR BSOD. If you are also struggling with this, Here 5 solutions to fix Video Scheduler Internal Error BSOD on Windows 10.

Fix Windows 10 Video Scheduler Internal Error BSOD

Whenever you face a Windows 10 Blue screen error, we first recommend disconnecting all external devices that include Printer, scanner, audio jack, external HDD, etc, and start Windows normally. This will fix the problem if any device driver conflict causes the issue.

Note: If due to VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR BSOD PC frequently restarts, that cause you need to boot into safe mode that starts Windows with minimum system requirements and allows you to perform the troubleshooting steps below.

Run System file checker

Sometimes corrupted missing system files cause Windows PC to misbehave, PC not responding, freezes or crashes frequently with different blue screen errors, etc. Run the built-in system file checker utility that scans and restores missing files.

  1. Type cmd on the start menu search, right-click on the command prompt and select run as administrator.
  2. Here on the command prompt window type sfc /scannow and hit the enter key.
    Run sfc utility
  3. This will start the Scanning process for missing corrupted system files if found any the SFC utility restores them from a compressed folder located %WinDir%\System32\dllcache
  4. Wait until 100% complete the scanning process and restart windows to take effect the changes.
  5. If the SFC scan results “Windows resource protection found corrupt files but was unable to fix some of them” then run DISM command Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth that repairs the system image and allows SFC utility to do their task.

Check Disk Drive Errors

As discussed Corrupted system files or faulty hard drive is the most likely reason for the Video Scheduler Internal Error error. Follow the steps below to check and fix hard drive corruption.

  • Open the command prompt with administrative privileges.
  • Type the command chkdsk /f /r /x and press enter key.
  • Press Y on your keyboard, When asking for Schedule to run disk checking on the next restart.

Run Check disk on Windows 10

  • Restart your computer to allow Windows to perform a hard disk check.
  • This will scan the drive for Errors, Bad sectors if found any this will repair the same for you.
  • wait until the scanning process, After completing 100%, this will automatically restart and start Windows normally.

Update Display driver

As we already mentioned, outdated graphics drivers can cause the issue. So, one of the best fixes for the Video Scheduler Internal error is updating/reinstall your drivers, especially the display driver.

  • Open Device Manager using Devmgmt.msc command
  • Expand Display Adapters, Right-click on the currently installed display driver, and select update driver.
  • select option “Search automatically for updated driver software”
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the update procedure.
  • After updating your graphics driver, restart your computer

Reinstall Driver software

If the system fails to automatically install the updated driver software for you, let’s see how to manually update or reinstall driver software on Windows 10.

  • Again open Device manager from the start menu search
  • Expand Display adapters, right-click on the video card driver and select uninstall.
  • Follow on-screen instructions and restart windows to completely remove the driver software.
  • Now visit the device manufacturer’s website and download the latest available driver software.
  • Install the latest downloaded driver software on your PC and restart windows.
  • Check there are no more BSOD on your System.

Note: On device manager, if you notice any driver software with a yellow triangle mark you must update or reinstall the driver software for this.

In addition, If you know how to open your tower case in your desktop then you could probably check the card physically to see if it is plugged in properly and is not damaged from anywhere.

Install Latest Windows Updates

Install latest windows updates, as Microsoft regularly releases patch updates to fix security bugs and problems and may the latest update contains the bug fix that causes video scheduler internal error for you. We recommend Check and install the latest windows updates.

  1. Settings app by pressing Windows Key+I on your keyboard.
  2. Select Update & Security from the options.
  3. Go to the right pane, then click Check for Updates.
  4. Once the updates have been downloaded, install them by restarting your computer.

Some other solutions you may try as install antivirus software with the latest updates and perform a full system scan that fixes if any virus malware infection causing the problem.

Open programs and features and uninstall recently installed applications, that may causing conflict between windows and causing video scheduler internal error on your system.

Also install and run a Free System optimizer like Ccleaner that cleans junk, cache, temp files, memory dump, etc, and fix broken registry errors that help if any temporary gitch causing windows BSOD error.

Did these solutions help to fix “VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR” on windows 10, 8.1, and 7? let us know in the comments below.

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