udfs_file_system blue screen error (BSOD error) is a traumatic problem that comes on your computer screen out of a sudden with bug check code as “0x0000009B”. UDF file is a very important part of System file and if it goes missing or gets corrupted, it becomes almost impossible to use the PC any further. In general, disk corruption and bad sectors are the root cause of BSOD error and this UDFS File System error is not an exception. The other cause could be the malfunctioning of IDE or SCSI driver. The System fails to execute the read and write function smoothly and eventually causes udfs_file_system blue screen error. The not enough nonpaged pool memory space can also lead to this error. It is very difficult to pin-point any one reason however any of these reason could lead to OS crash and causes troubles.
In most cases, udfs_file_system blue screen error occurs on Windows 10. Though Windows 10 is awesome but still it is not free from errors. The issue related to hardware and software compatibility is very common and this may lead to UDFS file system error as well. So, the first thing that you must do is to update the Windows and download its latest patch. We have seen in the past that simply updating the Windows 10 with its latest security patches automatically fixes many of the BSOD related issues. In case if the Windows Update does fix the problem then you may try some other processes that has been discussed below.
Step 1: Update Drivers for Hardware and Software
Open the Power User Menu by pressing Windows Key + X. Choose “Device Manager”.
In the Device Manager, right click on the device that is to be updated. In the menu, select “Update Driver Software”.
Now choose the “Search automatically for updated driver software”. The OS will automatically download the software for your device.
This step could be executed one-by-one for every connected devices that you want to update.
In case if the Device Manager fails to find the most compatible drivers for your device then it is recommended to use a driver download application. You can also do this manually by visiting the official websites of the manufacturer however here again you may find it difficult to find the most compatible driver manually. So, for novice user it is always recommended to use an automatic driver update tool.
Step2: Run SFC Scan
Open the Command Prompt by right clicking on the Start Menu button
Type sfc/scannow and press enter
Wait for the process to be executed and then restart the PC once again.
The SFC command line tool will scan your system to detected the possible errors and resolve it if the possible solutions is available.
Step3: Run DISM
DISM, Deployment Image Servicing Management is used to reload the System image. This can also fix BSOD error such as UDFS_File_System issue. The steps are as follow.
Open Command Prompt
Paste DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth and press enter.
Once the scan gets completed, restart the work-station.
Through Windows Installation Media
Insert Windows Installation Media. And go to command prompt and type
dism /online /cleanup-image /scanhealth
dism /online /cleanup-image /restorehealth
DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth /source:WIM:X:SourcesInstall.wim:1 /LimitAccess
The value of X will get changed according to the letter of the drive with Windows OS installation. Once the process gets completed, restart the work-station.
Step 4: Use BSOD Trobuleshooter
Here we are using the inbuilt Windows 10 troubleshooting tool.
Go to Setting App > Update & Security section
In the menu, select “Troubleshoot”. Choose BSOD option and click “Run the troubleshooter”
The wizard on the screen will guide you to execute the troubleshooter.
Step5: Check that Hard-drive is Fine
Start the PC with Advanced Startup by holding the shift-key during the PC start-up
Select Troubleshoot > Advanced Options
Select Command Prompt and enter command line,
After executing the command, restart the work-station
Step6: Uninstall the Doubtful and Problematic Applications
There is a lot of possibility that some unwanted programs is there in the work-station that is damaging or corrupting the important system files and this ultimately leads to udfs_file_system blue screen error issue. So, if you notice any suspicious application or any file or program that hasn’t been in use for a while, it is better to uninstall them through Control Panel.
Step 7: Do Clean Boot
Open Run and type misconfig and then Press Enter or OK
In the system configuration pop-up, choose Selective startup and Uncheck Load startup items
In the Services tab, check “Hide all Microsoft services”. It is recommended to disable all the services by selecting “Disable All” or by choosing one by one.
In the next window, if you are asked to restart the work-station, select not to.
Open the Task Manager by clicking on (Ctrl + Shift + Esc)
In the Task Manager, select Start-up tab
Select each entry and right click to choose “Disable” option
Close the Task Manager and Restart the computer. If the udfs_file_system blue screen error disappears then this means that any unsafe applications was causing the error.
For fixing any kind of system error or for boosting the overall PC performance, it is recommended to use an automatic PC repair tool especially if you are a novice user. With the help of powerful scanning algorithm and programming logics, it will automatically fix system issues and remove all the stubborn errors.
It will help you fixing various types of update errors, corrupted system files error, Dll and registry errors and even error caused by malware attacks.
udfs_file_system blue screen error is highly irritating error and it creates panic. If you want to fix it manually then follow each steps one by one carefully. Hope this article will be helpful for you to fix this problem. If there is anything that you want to us to add in this article then do write in the comment box. It is requested to share this article on your social sharing networks so that other could also get benefited.