0x0000013C: INVALID_IO_BOOST_STATE

BSOD 0x0000013C indicates that the thread is running with an invalid I / O boost status. The value should be zero when the thread terminates.

0x00000145: SECURE_BOOT_VIOLATION

BSOD 0x00000145 means that enforcing the Windows Safe Start policy is not possible due to an incorrect policy or the failure to complete the required operation.

0x00000147: ABNORMAL_RESET_DETECTED

BSOD 0x00000147 says that Windows has passed an incorrect reset. No context entries or exceptions were saved, and no callback errors were raised.

0x00000151: UNSUPPORTED_INSTRUCTION_MODE

BSOD 0x00000151 indicates that an attempt was made to execute code using an unsupported mode of processor commands (for example, executing classic ARM commands instead of ThumbV2 instructions). This is not allowed.

0x00000158: ILLEGAL_IOMMU_PAGE_FAULT

BSOD 0x00000158 means that the IOMMU delivered a paging error packet for an invalid ASID. This is insecure since the ASID may have already been used many times.

0x00000121 DRIVER_VIOLATION

The blue screen of death 0x00000121 indicates the presence of a driver in the system that caused a fatal error.

0x00000122 WHEA_INTERNAL_ERROR

The blue screen of death 0x00000122 indicates that an internal error has occurred in the Windows Hardware Error Architecture (WHEA). The error may be due to the failure of the vendor-provided platform-specific hardware error driver (PSHED).

0x00000127 PAGE_NOT_ZERO

The blue screen of death 0x00000127 indicates that the page that was supposed to be filled with zeros was not filled with them. This error could have occurred due to a hardware failure or because the privileged component of the operating system changed the page after it was released.

0x00000144 BUGCODE_USB3_DRIVER

0x00000144 is a USB driver error. This does not automatically turn off the computer, but the USB host restarts automatically and the debug data is saved by the computer.