Driver Verifier– tracking down a mis-behaving driver.

Driver verifier is a utility built into the OS (Vista, WIN 7, Win 8, and win 10) that will often find the driver/drivers that are the underlying cause of BSOD/Crashes It is an “iffy” proposition because it will not ALWAYS tell us which driver it was, but it is the best way to narrow down the possibilities


Most times it will crash and tell you what the driver is, but sometimes it will crash and not tell you the driver.
Other times it will crash before you can log in to Windows. In Any case please note what you see on the screen and upload the DMP files to us for analysis.

I’d propose that you first reinforcement your information in the event of some unforeseen issue

Try not to be running verifier in protected mode in light of the fact that numerous drivers don’t stack in experimental mode. In the event that you need to add experimental mode to the boot menu You can empower this here

At that point cause a System To reestablish point (so you can reestablish the framework utilizing the Vista/Win7 Startup Repair highlight).

Be certain you can get once again into protected mode to kill verifier or you may block your PC The order to turn verifier off is verifier/reset propelled from a raised order brief

Here is the procedure:

  • Go to Start and type in “verifier” (without the quotes) and press Enter (win 10 may be different when it is released)
  • Select “Create custom settings (for code developers)” and click “Next
  • Select everything.  For Win 8 and win 10  dont checkDDI compliance checking and randomized low resource simulation, then click “Next
  • Select “Select driver names from a list” and click “Next”
  • Then select all drivers NOT provided by Microsoft and click “Next”
  • Select “Finish”

It would be ideal if you ensure it is running by opening a raised order brief and composing verifier/querysettings It should restore a rundown of drivers (we couldn’t care less which ATM). In the event that it doesn’t it isn’t running

Reboot the framework and hang tight for it to collide with the Blue Screen.

Keep on utilizing your framework typically, and in the event that you comprehend what causes the accident, do that more than once.

The target here is to get the framework to crash since Driver Verifier is worrying the drivers.

On the off chance that it doesn’t crash for you, at that point let it run for in any event 36 hours of consistent activity.

At the point when it crashes utilize these guidelines to discover and transfer the log documents (called DMP records) to us

At the point when it crashes it will say something like DRIVER_VERIFIED_DETECTED_VIOLATION (xxxxx.sys) The xxxx.sys is the name of the driver that caused the accident. In the event that it is recorded please note it and mention to us what it is.

In the event that you can’t get into Windows since it crashes too early, attempt it in Safe Mode. (For win 8 attempt msconfig here is the manner by which) and to impair verifier type the accompanying. Verifier/reset

On the off chance that you can’t get into Safe Mode, have a go at utilizing System Restore from your establishment DVD to interfere with the framework to the past reestablish point that you made.

When the problem has been fixed be sure to turn off verifier by typing verifier /reset from an elevated command prompt

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