Ошибка power state failure windows 8.1

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Fix: Driver Power State Failure in Windows 8.1, Windows 10

If you have stumbled upon the “Driver Power State Failure” error message in Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 it also means that your operating system went into the blue screen mode. Usually Windows users start to panic when they see the “Blue screen of death” but in this case I can tell you that there are some easy steps which you can take and fix the “Driver Power State Failure” in Windows 8.1. So go ahead and follow the tutorial below for a quick fix on this issue.
Fix  Error - Driver Power State Failure Windows 8.1 and Windows 10
The error message “Driver Power State Failure” in Windows 8.1 appears ninety percent of the cases when you are placing your operating system to sleep mode state. Also to be more exact you will most likely encounter this error message when you try to log in to the device therefore taking it out of the sleep mode state because the drivers you are using for Windows 8.1 are having incompatibility issues in the system.

How to solve “Error – Driver Power State Failure” in Windows 8.1 and Windows 10

First step:

If you are able to eventually log in to your Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 device please follow the steps below:

  1. Left click or tap on the link below
  2. Download here “Driver Reviver”
  3. Save it to your Windows 8.1 device.
  4. Run the executable file after the download is finished and follow the instructions on the screen to finish the process.
  5. Reboot your Windows 8.1 device and see if you still get the blue screen error message.
  6. If you still have this issue after the driver reviver process was finished then proceed with the second step posted below.

Second step:

First of all we will need to enter into the safe mode feature of Windows 8.1:

  1. You will need to reboot your Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 device.
  2. Enter the BIOS setup feature in Windows and make sure that the first boot device is set to your CD/DVD drive.
  3. Place the Microsoft Windows 8.1 boot DVD into the CD/DVD drive.
  4. Reboot your Windows 8, Windows 10 operating system.
  5. When prompt by the message “Press any key to boot from CD or DVD” please boot from the Windows 8 installation media CD by pressing any key on your keyboard.
  6. In the first window that appears after you booted from the Windows 8.1 DVD you will need to left click or tap on the “Next” button.
  7. Left click or tap on the “Repair your computer” feature present in the next screen.
  8. From the “Choose an option” window that appears left click or tap on the “Troubleshoot” feature.
  9. In the next window left click or tap on the “Advanced options” feature.
  10. In the “Advanced Options” window left click or tap on the “Command Prompt” option.
  11. You will now have a black window in front of you.
  12. Write in the black window (command prompt) the following: “C:” without the quotes.
  13. Press the “Enter” button on the keyboard.
  14. Next you will need to write the following in the command prompt: “BCDEDIT /SET {DEFAULT} BOOTMENUPOLICY LEGACY” without the quotes.
  15. Press the “Enter” button on the keyboard.
  16. Write in the command prompt window the following: “EXIT” .
  17. Press the “Enter” button on the keyboard.
  18. After you typed the “EXIT” command from the above step it will bring you to the “Choose an option” menu again.
  19. Left click or tap on the “Next” button in order for the Windows 8.1 device to reboot.
  20. Take out the Windows 8.1 DVD from the CD/DVD drive.
  21. When the computer starts after the reboot keep pressing the “F8” button on the keyboard.
  22. This should take you to the “Advanced Boot options” window.
  23. Now you will need to move from the arrows on the keyboard and select the “Safe Mode” feature.
  24. Press the “Enter” button on the keyboard.
  25. After Windows 8.1 starts in safe mode you will need to log on with your administrator account.
  26. From the “Start” window in your Windows 8.1 left click or tap on the “Desktop” icon.
  27. Move the mouse cursor over to the lower right side of the screen.
  28. Left click or tap on the “Settings” feature available in the menu that pops up.
  29. Left click or tap on “Control Panel”.
  30. Left click or tap on “Device Manager”.
  31. On the left side in “Device Manager” you will find the list of devices with the drivers needed to run them.
  32. Now uninstall the last drivers you installed recently by right clicking on them and left clicking or tapping on uninstall.
  33. Reboot the Windows 8.1 normally and see if you still have the blue screen with the same error message.
  34. You will have to check the other drivers as well if you didn’t found the issue and try uninstalling them. After that reboot the Windows 8.1 device again normally and check again for a blue screen.
    Note: After you find the driver that is causing you this blue screen you should check on the manufacturer’s website for an updated version of it that is compatible with your Windows operating system in order to prevent the error “Driver Power State Failure” from appearing again.

This is it folks, after doing the steps above you should be able to log in to your Windows 8.1 or Windows 10 normally. Please write us below if you have any other additional questions on this article and we will make sure that you fix your issue in the shortest time possible.

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