Windows 10 is currently Microsoft’s most widely spread and critically acclaimed operating system ever. If you’re a Windows 10 user, then you’re all too familiar with its advantages, as well as some of its faults. One particularly nasty error some people seem to come across is the Driver Power State Failure issue displaying as DRIVER_POWER_STATE_FAILURE and prompting your PC to restart. But even though Driver Power State Failure sounds like a serious problem, it’s actually not that hard to fix. Here is how to do that.
Uninstall Problematic Drivers
One relatively simple way to fix Driver Power State Failure is to uninstall problematic drivers. In order to do this you need to enter your PC’s Safe Mode. If you know how to do this, all the more power to you, but we will explain it again just in case. Reboot your PC and wait for the Startup Repair option to appear. Click on Advanced options > Troubleshoot > Advanced options (again) > Startup Settings > Restart and then press the 4 number key to enter Safe Mode.
Then open the Run command center on your computer by pressing the Windows key and the R key simultaneously. In there, type devmgmt.msc and click OK. Right click on the device, and then click Uninstall. Restart your computer for the changes to happen.
Sometimes your drivers just need a sturdy update and they’ll work just fine again. Out of date software can sometimes be problematic. It’s easy to update your drivers by using Driver Easy, a program specifically catered to handle all sorts of operations involving Windows drivers. Download and install Driver Easy, open it and scan your PC. The program will basically do everything for you, so you needn’t worry too much about it.