Here's How to Overcome Driver Power State Failure in Windows (7, 8 and 10)

Here's How to Overcome Driver Power State Failure in Windows (7, 8 and 10)

Geekers - An operating system must be able to communicate with hardware devices to work properly. That's what drivers are for. The drivers themselves are already available in Windows for various types of hardware so that whatever hardware you install on your computer, Windows is able to detect and communicate with that hardware. If Windows detects a new device, Windows will automatically install the necessary drivers for that device.


In general, you don't need to download the latest version of each driver installed on your computer. In fact, this is not recommended at all, especially for ordinary users, because of the risk of causing damage. Driver updates are only recommended when there are problems with certain drivers or when you want to play the latest games.



When a driver has a problem, the operating system will not be able to communicate with the hardware properly so that a number of errors appear. In some cases, Windows will not be able to recognize a hardware so that the hardware can not be used. Such errors include mild. However, if what happens is a BSOD (Blue Screen of Death), then that is a sign that the error is critical.


List of contents

   * Cause of Driver Power State Failure Error

   * How to Overcome Driver Power State Failure in Windows

   * Closing


Causes of Driver Power State Failure Errors


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When a BSOD occurs, Windows can't do anything but restart so the computer can be used again. Since Windows 1.0, BSOD has become a problem that often plagues Windows, even up to the current version.


There are several types of BSOD errors, one of which is Driver Power State Failure which is coded 0x0000009F by Microsoft. This error usually occurs when Windows is in the process of exiting sleep mode to log back in, but sometimes it also occurs when the computer is restarted or even when the computer is in the shutdown process.


The cause could be due to incompatible drivers or due to improper power settings. Fortunately, this problem is easy to solve if you follow the guide on how to solve the power state failure driver below.


How to Overcome Driver Power State Failure in Windows


1. Enter the Start Menu by pressing the windows button. After that, right-click Command Prompt and select Run as administrator.



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2. If you get a warning like this, just select Yes.


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3. Run the command below then press Enter.


REG ADD "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\SafeBoot\Minimal\MSIServer" /VE /T REG_SZ /F /D "Service"


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4. After that, also run the command below then press Enter.

net start msiserver


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Closing


All drivers are regularly updated by Microsoft which is then distributed via Windows Update. Even so, please note that all of these drivers are not made by Microsoft, but come from companies that produce hardware. However, please also note that all the drivers distributed by Microsoft are customized so all you will get is the basic version.



In addition, hardware manufacturers are also quicker in providing the latest version so that the driver version provided by Microsoft is often a rather old version. That said, drivers coming from Microsoft's site are usually sufficient to resolve driver-related issues. If you find that the problem remains unresolved after installing the new driver, you can try downloading the required driver directly from the hardware manufacturer's site page.

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