Fix Video Scheduler Internal Error

The VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR which is a Blue Screen of Death with the error code 0x00000119 generally occurs when the user has made some hardware changes to the PC. The cause of this error is a conflict between the software and the hardware on the PC. Other causes include incompatibility, outdated, or corrupted graphics card drivers, virus or malware infection, hardware issues, corrupted windows registry, and corrupt Windows system files.

This is a very common error with Windows users and can happen anytime to anyone, even when you have not installed new hardware. However, the widespread occurrence means, there are a variety of fixes that have proven to effectively address the error.

Here are some fixes you can try to fix the Video Scheduler Internal Error.

Fix 1: Run CHKDSK and SFC

The CHKDSK and SFC operation in the Windows detects and repairs corrupt files which is one of the cause of the Video scheduler internal error. CHKDSK scans the system’s file system and ensures there is no corruption. It also detects sectoral damage on the disk. The SFC command detects corrupted files and replaces them with new. Here are steps to perform the process.

Run CHKDSK and SFC

To perform the above two processes we need to open the Command Prompt in admin mode.

  1. In the Windows Search tab, search for command prompt
  2. Select Run as administrator or you could simple click Windows + R and type cmd, press Ctrl + Shift + Enter
  3. Type chkdsk C: /f /r /x, and hit Enter
  4. Now, type sfc /scannow and hit Enter

Allow for the process to complete.

Fix 2: Run DISM

Comment below if you want to lean how to run the DISM command.

Fix 3: Perform Disk Cleanup

Disk Cleanup helps you get rid of the old and corrupted cache files. To perform the process, right-click on C drive and select properties. Click on Disk Cleanup. It will scan the system for the files that can be deleted. Check all the fields and select Ok and Delete Files.

Fix 4: Update Windows to the Latest Build

Now, this should be your modus operandi. Every once in a while you should update your OS to the latest build. In fact, you should keep the update to automatic so Windows automatically downloading any new update. For now, check if there is an update available and install it to fix the video schedular internal error.

Fix 5: Update Graphics Drivers

Try updating the graphics card driver by following the process. Press Windows + X and select Device Manager. Locate Display Adapters and right-click on the Nvidia or AMD card. Next, select Update driver. Follow the on-screen instructions to update the driver.

Fix 6: Uninstall Graphics Drivers

If updating the graphics card drivers from the OS did not fix the problem, download a fresh copy from the manufacturer’s website. Once you have the new copy, install it.

If you have been facing the error whenever you open a particular game, you can try the following fixes.

Video Scheduler Internal Error when you open a Game

Fix 1: Repairing the Game through Origin

Fix 2: Reinstalling the game on a Different Drive

Fix 3: Update Graphics Card Drivers

Fix 4: Reinstall Graphics Card Drivers

Fix 5: Reset Windows to Factory Settings

Fix 6: Reinstall Windows 10 and All Drivers

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