The 0x81000037 error code indicates that a driver has failed. This can happen for a number of reasons, but most commonly it is due to a driver being outdated or incompatible with the current version of Windows. In some cases, the 0x81000037 error can also be caused by a hardware issue.
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1. Restart your computer
The steps to restart your computer in order to fix 0x81000037 vary depending on your operating system.
2. Check for updates manually
- Open Windows Update and click on the Check for updates button.
- In the Search online for updates box, type in 0x81000037 and click on the Search results button.
- If the 0x81000037 update is available, it will be listed in the results box. Click on the Update button to download and install the update.
- If the 0x81000037 update is not available, then the system will say that the update is not found. Click on the OK button to close Windows Update.
3. Temporarily disable your antivirus software
- Open the antivirus software and go to the "Settings" tab.
- Click on the "Temporary disable" button.
- Click on the "OK" button.
- Restart your computer.
4. Run the System File Checker tool
First, open the Command Prompt window by clicking the Start button, typing cmd in the search bar, and pressing Enter. In the Command Prompt window, type the following command and press Enter: sfc /scannow If the System File Checker tool finds any problems with the files on your computer, it will report them to you. To fix the 0x81000037 error, you will need to correct the problems that the tool found. To fix the 0x81000037 error, you will need to correct the problems that the tool found. If the problem is related to a Windows system file, you will need to correct the file. If the problem is related to a driver, you will need to correct the driver. If the problem is related to a Windows system file, you will need to correct the file. If the problem is related to a driver, you will need to correct the driver. If the problem is not related to a Windows system file or a driver, you will need to correct settings in your computer's registry.
5. Perform a clean boot
- Power off the computer and remove the power cord from the wall outlet.
- Restart the computer and hold down the F8 key as the computer starts up.
- Release the F8 key when you see the Advanced Boot Options screen.
- On the Advanced Boot Options screen, select the Safe Mode option.
- After the computer boots into Safe Mode, use the arrow keys to select the Troubleshoot option.
- Select the Advanced Options option.
- Use the arrow keys to select the Startup Settings option.
- Use the arrow keys to select the System Restore option.
- Use the arrow keys to select the Last Known Good Configuration option.
- Press the Enter key to start the System Restore process.
- After the System Restore process has completed, restart the computer.
- To restore the computer to the previous configuration, use the arrow keys to select the Restore Previous Configuration option.
Still not working? maybe try one of these options:
- Run the Windows Update Troubleshooter.
- Reset Windows 10.