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Windows 7: Windows 7 Ultimate Crash without explaniation

03 Nov 2009   #21
brettlee25

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well i did another fresh install and ran the drivers in vista sp2 mode (i think), i still need help determining exactly how to do that, and the computer ran all night long with no problems. after typing on it for about 4 hours today it crashed again??? Please help i think we are getting close because it ran for so long.


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03 Nov 2009   #22
H2SO4

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by brettlee25 View Post
well i did another fresh install and ran the drivers in vista sp2 mode (i think), i still need help determining exactly how to do that, and the computer ran all night long with no problems. after typing on it for about 4 hours today it crashed again??? Please help i think we are getting close because it ran for so long.
Hopefully Snuffy will stop by soon and assist with the compatibility mode thing.

Personally, I fear that won't help because "compatibility modes" affect only user-mode code. In other words, it can make a difference to the installer executable which installs the driver, but it doesn't do squat for the operation of a kernel-mode driver. (There's no mollycoddling in kernel-mode ).

It's theoretically possible for the installer to be unable to place all information relevant to the driver afterwards unless it's run (the installer) in a particular compat mode, but in all likelihood the driver then wouldn't function at all.
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