Quote: Originally Posted by Vir Gnarus
I'm not understanding why they're saying that. Driver Verifier is designed to cause BSODs by adding extra driver checks in Windows, making it more paranoid to possible bugs. The bugcheck code I see in that bluescreen snapshot you made does show a 0xC5 crash, which was made by Driver Verifier, meaning it found a driver doing something erroneous and it crashed the system in response. Often it may do this at startup when the driver loads because when the driver loads up it may already have a bug in the works, which DV will detect and respond. You'll want to go to the thread you made and post the resulting crashdumps from the crashes that DV made. Those DV-created crashdumps are more reliable than regular ones.
Thank you for this, I showed ARC your post( he was the one saying I was doing it wrong) and he said "vir is always right" actually checked the crash dumps I had gotten from safe mode and within about 10 mins had found the problem! So thank you for your help!