Fixes DirectX Blue Screen Errors with Windows 11 Update

Every computer user has probably encountered the blue screen error at least once in their life. There can be many software or hardware reasons behind blue screen problems. A lot of DirectX related bugs are reported, and driver errors are often cited as the problem.

Thankfully, it looks like Microsoft will put an end to certain blue screen issues with the optional Windows 11 Build 22000.593 update. Next Windows 11 patchcomes with a change that is supposed to put an end to all these DirectX blue screen problems.

Blue errors were common with this error code and usually the problem was loading the drivers: “0xD1, DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL”. The update will also include fixes for other bug issues found in the system.

The new update will be available to all users on April 5 and is currently available for optional download. If you are constantly getting a blue screen with this code, you can install the update early.

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