The Windows 11/10 has been causing various Blue screen of Death (BSOD) issues for users. It looks like these issues primarily affect Lenovo ThinkPad models. If you are facing this issue, then this article has you covered.
Before we deep dive into the solution, let us first understand what and how severe the problem is at the core:
Here the drive Idiagio.sys has led to this Stop Error.
Lenovo has outlined a number of issues being faced by ThinkPad users. These problems are the result of a Windows Update. We take a look:
Most users have encountered Blue Screen of Death (BSOD) when booting, starting Lenovo Vantage, or running the Windows Defender Scan, unfortunately. Interestingly, this sudden influx of BSOD problems seems limited to ThinkPad models. You may see the following symptoms:
- Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) when booting
- Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) when starting Lenovo Vantage
- Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) when running Windows Defender Scan
- Can’t login by Face with Windows Hello
- Errors in Device Manager related to Intel Management Engine
- Errors in Device Manager related to IR Camera.
Fix Idiagio.sys Blue Screen on Windows 11/10
First things first, ensure that you have already created a System Restore Point so that if anything goes wrong, you can easily revert to earlier settings and configurations.
Disable the Enhanced Windows Biometric Security setting
- Boot into the BIOS Setup settings on your Lenovo ThinkPad.
- Navigate to ‘Security > Click on ‘Virtualization.’
- Disable the Enhanced Windows Biometric Security setting.
- Boot to Windows desktop.
If the above-mentioned solution doesn’t work for some reason, well, you can try fixing the device drivers under the Device Manager settings.
Fix Device Drivers under Device Manager settings
- Boot your Lenovo ThinkPad into the Safe Mode.
- Navigate to the Device Manager
- Watch out for the drivers responsible for the error with a small yellow exclamation mark.
- If none of the entries are denoted using a small yellow exclamation mark, pay attention to sub-entries like C-Media USB Audio Class driver under Sound, video, and game controllers.
Alternatively, you can either update or rollback the driver. If that doesn’t work, you can uninstall the old drivers and replace them with the new ones.