Not sure if this is the right place to ask, but what does Driver
Verifier do exactly?
I understand it stresses the drivers
chosen, flags if faulty and causes a crash (correct me if I'm wrong).
I'm currently using it to debug some BSOD's that have been plaguing me, but here where I'm confused. Wouldn't it always crash at some point? If it were the drivers, the system would crash, but if it were, lets say, hardware, the system should crash anyway (as it would be stressed normally).
I ask this because in my attempts to play Borderlands 2, a game that pretty much always crashes with the Verifier off (something I'm currently trying to figure out) it strangely works with it on.
Do I understand it all wrong? Please forgive my beginner-level inquiry. Any reply would be great. Thanks.