Video Scheduler Internal Error is a result of the conflict between the Video Driver of your device and the recent updates of Windows 10.
The Video_Scheduler_Internal_Error is a Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) type error.
As the name suggests, you will see a blue screen with an error message written and all the functions and processes of your Windows will stop working unless you restart. Thus, the blue screen of ‘Death’. The error code is 0x00000119.
- 1 Why is My PC Showing This Error?
- 2 How to Fix the Video Scheduler Internal Error
- 2.1 Method 1: Re-install Graphics Drivers
- 2.2 Method 2: Update Graphic Card Drivers
- 2.3 Method 3: Make sure Windows is up to date
- 2.4 Method 4: Disk Clean-up and Check-up
- 2.5 Method 5: Run DISM (Deployment Image Servicing and Management)
- 2.6 Method 6: Roll-back faulty Device Driver
- 2.7 Method 7: Check the violations your Anti-Virus Software creates
- 2.8 Method 8: Fix faulty registries with CCleaner
- 2.9 Method 9: Run a full system scan using Malwarebytes
- 2.10 Method 10: Run Disk Cleanup
- 3 Final Words
Why is My PC Showing This Error?
There can be various causes for Video Scheduler Internal Error Windows 10 to be shown by your device. Here are a few of them:
- Incompatible, corrupted or outdated Graphics drivers
- Corrupt Windows Registry
- Virus or Malware infection
- Corrupt Windows system files
- At last, Hardware issues
How to Fix the Video Scheduler Internal Error
Below are the proven and tested 10 methods which will make sure to fix the error:
Method 1: Re-install Graphics Drivers
1. At First, Right-click on the NVIDIA graphic card under device manager and select “Uninstall”.
2. When asked for confirmation select Yes.
3. Then press Windows Key + X then select “Control Panel”.
4. From Control Panel click on “Uninstall a Program”.
5. Then, uninstall everything related to Nvidia.
6. Reboot your system to save changes and again download the setup from the manufacturer’s website.
7. Once you have made sure that everything related to the Device Drivers in removed, try installing the drivers again.
Method 2: Update Graphic Card Drivers
1. At First, Press Windows Key + R then type devmgmt.msc and hit enter to open Device Manager.
2. Then expand Display adapters and right-click on your Nvidia Graphic Card and select “Enable”.
3. Now, right-click on your graphics card and select “Update Driver Software.“
4. Select “Search automatically for updated driver software” and let it finish the process.
5. Again select “Update Driver Software” but this time on the next screen select “Browse my computer for driver software.“
6. Now select “Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.”
7. Select the compatible drivers from your Nvidia Graphic Card and click “Next”.
8. At last, restart your PC to save changes.
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Method 3: Make sure Windows is up to date
1. At first, Press Windows Key + I then select “Update & Security”.
2. Next, click “Check for updates” and make sure to install any new updates.
3. After the updates are installed reboot your PC to Fix Video Scheduler Internal Error.
Method 4: Disk Clean-up and Check-up
1. At First, Press the Windows key.
2. Type the following text in the search box: cmd
3. Then right-click on the “Command Prompt”.
4. Choose the “Run as administrator”.
5. Next, once the command window opens, type: chkdsk c: /f /r
6. You should then find this text: “Chkdsk cannot run because the volume is in use by another process. Would you like to schedule this volume to be checked the next time the system restarts? (Y/N).” Type Y.
7. Finally, restart your computer. While the computer is being restarted, Windows will check your hard disk, and if it finds a problem, it will try to sort it out.
8. Wait until the computer restarts fully and when it does you should go back to step 5 but type in the following text: sfc /scannow.
Method 5: Run DISM (Deployment Image Servicing and Management)
1. At First, Press Windows Key + X then select Command Prompt. (Admin)
2. Then try these commands in sequence:
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /StartComponentCleanup
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth
3. In order to verify the integrity of system run DISM command:
Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /CheckHealth
4. Finally, Reboot your PC to save changes.
Method 6: Roll-back faulty Device Driver
1. At First, Double click on your video driver in Device Manager.
2. Now click on “Driver” tab.
3. Then click on “Rollback”. If your drive is performing well and there is no error, Rollback Driver button will be invisible.
Method 7: Check the violations your Anti-Virus Software creates
Some security software may create BSOD problem. For example, AVG Internet Security may create DPC watchdog violation or video scheduler internal error.
So, I would like to suggest you disable your antivirus and restart your PC. Then see what happens. If it solves BSOD, you should uninstall your antivirus software.
Method 8: Fix faulty registries with CCleaner
Windows Registry is a database where all the settings and configuration of the system is stored. It is entirely possible that due to some conflicting update, the settings might be smudged or altered.
We do not recommend manually tinkering around with the Windows Registry unless you are an IT expert. You can use CCleaner to work automatically for you.
One of the best things in CCleaner is it fixes all the faulty registries and performs all other optimizations automatically. What’s more, it’s entirely free!
Method 9: Run a full system scan using Malwarebytes
It is quite possible that the video scheduler internal error is being caused by a ‘bug’ or malware. Some of these inject themselves into the Video Cards and can cause the BSOD.
In order to remove all the malware on your device in one go, we recommend Malwarebytes. It is fast, powerful and its absolutely free!
You can also buy the premium version but for our purposes the free – home version should be good enough.
Method 10: Run Disk Cleanup
1. At First, go to This PC or My PC and right click on the C: drive to select “Properties”.
2. Now from the Properties window click on Disk Cleanup under capacity.
3. Then it will take some time in order to calculate how much space Disk Cleanup will be able to free.
4. Furthermore, click “Clean up system files” in the bottom under Description.
5. In the next window that opens make sure to select everything under Files to delete and then click “OK” to run Disk Cleanup.
6. Then let the Disk Cleanup complete and then restart your PC to save changes.
That’s all for today. The video scheduler internal error should be removed entirely by now. If you still experience the BSOD error, make sure to take your device for a check-up since it most probably will be the fault of a broken Device Driver Card. We hope it helped!