The problem device driver put the system into a hang state. As a rule, this is caused by the display driver when trying to switch the computer into standby mode. This problem is related to the video adapter, or a bad video driver.

The cause of the 0x100000EA may be a failure during the mounting of the boot disk. The error can occur on computers with high-performance disk controllers that have not been correctly configured and installed, or are connected by a poor-quality cable. After a normal reboot, the system can resume normal operation, as if nothing had happened. Also, this error appears after an incorrect shutdown of Windows and a failure may be due to damage to the file system.

4 Recommendations for the Elimination of BSoD:

1. 0x100000EA THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER_M may appear due to errors in the code of the operating system itself. Microsoft is constantly working to correct such errors, releasing patches and service packs. Installed the latest update package (Service pack) and the constant updating of the system will save a lot of errors.
2. If 0x100000EA THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER_M appeared after the newly installed device driver or program. It is necessary to roll back the driver to an earlier version. With programs, things are easier, removing them will eliminate the cause of the failure. The “Run Last Known Good Configuration” option may be useful.
3. If 0x100000EA THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER_M began to appear after you have connected a new device to the system, then you need to check it for compatibility with your operating system. If the device is compatible, then you need to download the latest drivers from the official website of the manufacturer and install them. If the latest drivers are installed, you need to install an earlier version of the drivers. If the device is incompatible with the operating system, then it is necessary either to change this device or to change the operating system that supports this device.
4. Very often the cause of the appearance of 0x100000EA THREAD_STUCK_IN_DEVICE_DRIVER_M is a malfunction of the RAM. To test it, you can use testing programs, such as memtest86+.