This error means that something may be wrong with hardware connected to your PC. You may need to unplug the broken hardware. Here are some things to try:
Unplug any hardware from your PC and restart. Plug the hardware in again. Your PC check should check for new drivers.
Make sure that your antivirus app is current and use it to scan your PC.
In the search box next to the Start button on the taskbar, type disk cleanup and then select the Disk Cleanup app in the results list. Use this app to clear out your junk folders. Next, type updates in the search box and choose the Check for updates app under system settings. In the app, select the Check for updates button.
If you are still seeing the error, you may need to test for faulty RAM or hardware by running a memory test. In the search box next to the Start button on the taskbar, type memory. Select the Windows Memory Diagnostic desktop app and select Restart now and check for problems.
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