What to do if you encounter 0x00000111 RECURSIVE_NMI BSOD error? If you don’t know how to fix it, this post is worth reading. Here, Partition Magic shows what causes the 0x00000111 blue screen error and provides how to fix it.

Blue screen error is a critical error on the Windows system. People may encounter different blue screen errors because of various reasons, such as INSTRUCTION_BUS_ERROR BSOD error, HDAudBus.sys BSOD error, and the one we discussed in this post.

Why Does 0x00000111 RECURSIVE_NMI BSOD Error Occur?

0x00000111 is the bug check value of 0x00000111 RECURSIVE_NMI BSOD error. It indicates that a non-maskable-interrupt (NMI) occurred while a previous NMI was in progress. In general, this error is often related to hardware failure or conflicts.

In addition, incompatible or outdated drivers, overheating components, corrupted system files, power supply issues, and outdated or corrupted BIOS/UEFI settings are also responsible for the RECURSIVE_NMI BSOD error.

How to Fix the 0x00000111 RECURSIVE_NMI BSOD Error?

How to fix the 0x00000111 RECURSIVE_NMI BSOD erorr? Here I summarize some helpful ways to solve this error. You can try these methods one by one until the error gets fixed.

If you can boot into Windows, you can try these solutions directly. If you can't, you need to boot into safe mode first. To boot into safe mode, you can make reference to this post: How to Start Windows 10 in Safe Mode | 5 Ways.

Sometimes, basic troubleshooting ways can fix the error successfully. So, you can try some basic troubleshooting first before trying other advanced ways.

  • Restart Your PC
  • Check the connection of external hardware
  • Update outdated drivers and Windows
  • Uninstall corrupted drivers
  • Uninstall recent Windows updates
  • Uninstall recently installed applications

Fix 1. Turn Off Fast Startup

Some people report that turning off fast startup on their PC helps them fix the 0x00000111 RECURSIVE_NMI BSOD error successfully. You can also have a try. Here’s the guide:

  1. Press the Win + R keys to open the Run window.
  2. Type “powercfg.cpl” in the box and press Enter.
  3. In the Power Options window, select Choose what the power buttons do link from the left pane.
  4. Then click on the Change settings that are currently unavailable link.
  5. Next, under Shut-down settings, uncheck the box of Turn on fast start (recommended).
  6. After that, click Save changes, and then restart your PC.

Fix 2. Run DISM and SFC

Corrupted system files can also trigger the 0x00000111 RECURSIVE_NMI BSOD error. In this situation, you can run SFC and DISM to fix the error. Here’s the way:

Step 1. Press the Win + S keys to open the Search window, and then type “command prompt” in the search box.

Step 2. Click Run as administrator under the Command Prompt app.

Step 3. Type “sfc /scannow” and press the Enter key.

Step 4. After the process is completed, exit the window and restart your computer to check if the error is fixed. If not, proceed by initiating a DISM scan. Here are the DISM commands:

  • DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Scanhealth
  • DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Checkhealth
  • DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth

Fix 3. Restore Windows to a Previous State

System Restore can make Windows back to the previous state when the error hasn’t occurred. So, you can also try using system restore to fix the error. If you don’t know how to do that, you can refer to this post: How to Restore Computer to Earlier Date in Win10/8/7 (2 Ways).

Besides, you can also try resetting your Windows to fix the 0x00000111 RECURSIVE_NMI BSOD error. To do that, you can refer to these posts:

Further reading:

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Bottom Line

This post guides on how to fix the 0x00000111 RECURSIVE_NMI BSOD error efficiently. You can take it as a reference when you face the same blue screen error.

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