Bluescreen on windows 10 after using android emulator


today after i got an update of avast i could not launch any android emulator anymore (Bluestacks 3 and NOX). When i try to launch an emulator after like 80-90% of the engine loading of the emulator nothing happens then i get a messagge of the emulator that the engine could not launche and it gives me 2 options (restart engine or restart computer) both will get my sistem to crash and i get a blue screen with errorcode 0x00000667 (not sure if i miss a 0). I already tried to disable the antivirus and to retry but got the same problem, i reinstall the android emulator but got the same result. And worst of my problems are that my computer didn't had the file protection active to restore to an prewvie point, so im stuck now and i prefer not to reset my whole computer. Any suggestion what could i do? im really in trouble here and i hope this is the right place to ask for my problem.

asked on Stack Overflow Oct 4, 2017 by Franco Asole

7 Answers


Turning off hyper-v in your pc will fix the problem. Run the CMD in administrative mode and run this command bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off.

answered on Stack Overflow Mar 9, 2018 by Sadhurshan • edited Jan 23, 2019 by Jawand Singh

Solve this

1 - Enable virtualization (from bios/UEFI setting)

2 - Disable hyper-v and restart (Credit to Sadhurshan) bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off

3 - Install intel haxm

answered on Stack Overflow Jun 29, 2018 by Saiful Azhar • edited Jan 23, 2019 by Jawand Singh

I was having the same exact issue. Did all the normal troubleshooting (restarts/re-installs etc). So I hit up google and found your post and made the connection that I recall updating Avast a few days ago as well. Did a search for "avast bluestacks" and found the post @ this URL. I followed its easy steps and so far bluestacks is back up and running normal for me again.

answered on Stack Overflow Oct 12, 2017 by sandsawks

disable hyper-v and restart then open nox try again in windows 10 disable Press Windows key. Type "Turn Windows features on or off" Deselect checkbox next to Hyper-V. Select OK. Select Restart now.

answered on Stack Overflow Feb 12, 2019 by Chainrocker • edited Feb 13, 2019 by Chainrocker

Run the CMD in administrative mode and run this command bcdedit /set hypervisorlaunchtype off.

answered on Stack Overflow Jun 20, 2019 by Mahmoud Gamal

Never expected that this would work, but it worked for my good old fasion i7-2600k which does not support VT but has Hardware acceleration.

  1. Make sure Hyper-V is disabled in Windows Features

  2. Uninstall NoxPlayer (probably similar to Bluestacks)

  3. Disable Hardware Acceleration in your BIOS

  4. Install NoxPlayer, do a first run with an emulator.

  5. Restart and enable Hardware Acceleration in your BIOS again to improve performance.


answered on Stack Overflow Aug 12, 2019 by CularBytes

The problem can easily be solve by using following steps:

  • Turn off battery saver mode if it ON.
  • Close the bluestack application.
  • Open task manager or Press Ctrl+shift+Esc and end all Background process with bluestack. (The 3-4 process are
    • Bluestack 4
    • Bluestack Agent
    • Bluestack Android host
    • Bluestack Server Interface ).
  • Close all applications.
  • Restart the bluestack application.
answered on Stack Overflow Jul 17, 2020 by Mayuresh Khemnar

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