How to Fix Resource Not Owned Error in Windows 10 [Steps]

What is ‘RESOURCE NOT OWNED BSOD error’ in Windows 10?

In this article, we are going to discuss on How to fix RESOURCE NOT OWNED BSOD error, Resource Not Owned Error in Windows 10. You will be guided here with easy steps/methods to resolve the issue. Let’s starts the discussion.

‘RESOURCE NOT OWNED’ – BSOD error:

‘RESOURCE NOT OWNED’ error is common Windows Problem considered as Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) error. This error is appeared with message saying ‘Your PC ran into a problem and needs to restart. We’re just collecting some error info, and then we’ll restart for you’ along with some Windows Stop Codes like RESOURCE NOT OWNED or others. The BSOD error is usually appeared in the middle of your work on Windows 10 computer or when you start/restart your Windows computer.

Occurring of BSOD error in Windows PC is not good sign at all, but it is not difficult to fix the issue because you are in right-place for the solution. The possible reasons behind the issue can be he corruption in system files or registry, outdated Windows OS, corrupted/outdated device drivers, interference of antivirus/firewall, corruption in hard disk drive or bad hard disk sector, and other issues. You should make sure device drivers are properly installed and are up-to-date to latest & compatible version if you don’t want to fix this type of issue. Let’s go for the solution.

How to fix Resource Not Owned Error in Windows 10?

Method 1: Fix RESOURCE NOT OWNED BSOD error with ‘PC Repair Tool’

‘PC Repair Tool’ is quick & easy ways to find and fix BSOD errors, DLL errors, EXE errors, problems with programs/applications, malware or viruses infections in computer, system files or registry issues, and other system issues with just few clicks.

⇓ Get PC Repair Tool

Method 2: Run Hardware and Devices troubleshooter

You can run Windows built-in Hardware and Devices troubleshooter in order to fix.

Step 1: Open ‘Settings’ app in Windows PC via Windows Search Box and go to ‘Update & Secretly > Troubleshoot > Additional Troubleshooters’

Step 2: Find and select ‘Hardware and Devices’ troubleshooter, and click ‘Run the troubleshooter’ and follow on-screen instructions to finish troubleshooting. Once finished, check if the issue is resolved.

Method 3: Run SFC Scan, DISM Scan and CHKDSK Scan

You can run SFC Scan, DISM Scan and CHKDSK Scan in computer to repair corruption in system files, system image and hard disk drives, in order to fix this issue.

Step 1: Type ‘cmd’ in Windows Search Box and press ‘CTRL + SHIFT + ENTER’ keys on keyboard to open ‘Command Prompt as Administrator’

Step 2: Type the following commands and hit ‘Enter’ key after each line to execute each command.

sfc /scannow

chkdsk c: /f /r /x

dism /online/cleanup-image /restorehealth

Step 3: Once executed, restart your computer and check if the issue is resolved.

Method 4: Update Windows OS

Updating Windows OS to latest version can resolve the issue.

Step 1: Open ‘Settings’ app in Windows PC via Windows Search Box and go to ‘Update and Security > Windows Update’ and click ‘Check for updates’ button

Step 2: Download and install all available updates in computer, and once updated, restart your computer and check if the issue is resolved.

Method 5: Update Device drivers

You can also try to fix the issue by updating all necessary device drivers in computer to latest & compatible version. You can also try to update all Windows drivers including sound card driver, video driver, and all other device drivers using Automatic Driver Update Tool

⇓ Get Automatic Driver Update Tool

Method 6: Reinstall the device driver

You can uninstall the device driver that is causing error and then reinstall the correct driver version in computer to fix.

Step 1: Open ‘Device Manager’ app in Windows PC via Windows Search Box and look for device driver showing Yellow mark on it

Step 2: Right-click on problematic device driver, and select ‘Uninstall Device’ and follow on-screen instructions to finish and after that, restart your computer

Step 3: Restarting computer will automatically reinstall the necessary drivers and then check if the issue is resolved.

Method 7: Disable your antivirus/firewall

This issue can be occurred due to interference of antivirus/firewall program installed in computer. You can fix the issue by disabling your antivirus/firewall program in computer, and then check if it works for you toward resolving the issue.

Method 8: Perform Windows PC Reset

If the issue still persist, you can try to fix the issue by perform Windows PC reset operation.

Step 1: Open ‘Settings’ app in Windows PC via Windows Search Box and go to ‘Update & Security > Recovery > Reset This PC’ and click ‘Get Started’ button

Step 2: Follow on-screen instructions to finish resetting and once done, check if the issue is resolved.

Method 9: Perform Clean Windows installation

If the issue is still persist, you can try to fix the issue by performing clean Windows OS installation in computer. To do so, you need to insert a bootable Windows 10 installation media USB into computer and boot your computer with it, and run the Windows 10 installation setup and follow on-screen instructions to finish. Once installed, check if the issue is resolved.

Conclusion

I am sure this article helped you on How to fix RESOURCE NOT OWNED BSOD error, Resource Not Owned Error in Windows 10 with easy ways. You can read & follow our instructions to do so. That’s all. For any suggestions or queries, please write on comment box below.

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