The Video_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR is a Stop error usually known by the name Video Scheduler Internal Error. Generally, this error occurs when the Windows operating system cannot work properly and need to be shut down immediately. Mostly, users recover from this stop error after restarting the system. But sometimes, these repeatedly occur BSOD errors can signify that it is a critical error and encounters by many users. Many times, this error also occurs with the error code 0x00000119.


  1. When VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR encounters and crashes the active program window.
  2. Frequently crashes the system when users are running the same program or application.
  3. This bug check has a value of 0x00000119 which means that the video scheduler has detected a fatal violation error.
  4. Computer system works sluggishly and also affects your computer system.
  5. System freezes for a few seconds.

Below we’ll teach you effective steps which surely help you in fixing the VIDEO_SCHEDULER_INTERNAL_ERROR by taking fewer efforts. The steps are discussed below.


Fixing this error without encountering any other stop error you are required to use these steps in ascending order to avert problems, and by doing so, it will save lots of efforts. Here’s how to fix it:

Solution-1: Run Windows Updates

Latest updates are important for security and proper system operation. Thus, ensure that your Windows Operating System is up-to-date because sometimes outdated systems might cause the error code 0x00000119.

  1. Press the ‘Start’ logo to open the start menu.
  2. Under the ‘Start’ menu window, select the ‘Settings’ option.
  3. In the ‘Settings’ option, choose ‘Updates and Security’ option.
  4. After that, navigate to the ‘Check for Updates’ tab and click on it to start installing updates.
  5. Once the process of installing updates is completed, restart the computer system.
  6. Lastly, check that the error is resolved or not. If persists, follow the next method.

Solution-2: Re-installation of Graphics Card Drivers

Sometimes, the reason behind the occurrence of this error is Graphic Card Drivers. Therefore, it is the best way to fix this error is uninstall the Graphic card drivers and again get the new version and installed it on your system.  For this, follow the steps discussed below:

  1. Firstly, click the ‘Start’ icon to open it.
  2. Next, in the Start menu, choose and click on ‘Device Manager to open it.
  3. After that, click to expand the ‘Display Adapters’.
  4. Then, right-click on ‘Graphics Card’ button and hit the ‘Uninstall Device’ option.
  5. Alternatively, checkmark the box which says ‘Delete the driver software for this device’.
  6. Now, hit the ‘Uninstall’ tab to uninstall the graphics card driver.
  7. When the GPU driver uninstalled from your system, again launch the device manager.
  8. Press the ‘Scan for Hardware Changes’ option.
  9. Finally, Windows automatically reinstall new graphics card drivers for your system.
  10. Once reinstallation completed, restart your computer system to save all the changes.

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