Shut down and disconnect the devices from the PC, and then check if the PCI components are covered in dust. If so, clean up the dust and reconnect them to the computer to see if the UNEXPECTED KERNEL MODE TRAP or error recurs.
If you’ve added any hardware that causes the boot failure, remove it to fix Windows 10 UNEXPECTED KERNEL MODE TRAP. Also, make sure all the hardware is compatible with Windows 10. UNEXPECTED KERNEL MODE TRAP often appears on a PC that the BIOS, network cards, hard disk controllers, etc. are incompatible with the OS. To keep them up-to-date, you can find available updates on the hardware manufacturer’s websites.
Corrupted system files can also result in Windows 10 UNEXPECTED KERNEL MODE TRAP error, but you can use Windows System File Checker to scan for and repair damaged files.
1. Use Windows shortcut keys Win + X to launch the Jump List.
2. Select Command Prompt (Admin).
3. Type sfc /scannow into the dialog window and hit Enter.
The command will make the System File Checker to scan for corrupted system files that cause 0x0000007F blue screen.