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Windows 7: BSOD every time windows starts with Driver Verifier enabled.

02 May 2015   #1

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit SP1
BSOD every time windows starts with Driver Verifier enabled.

Okay so I got a random BSOD one time, I can't remember which one it was to post the details because I've had so many of them whilst running Driver Verifier lol. Basically when I start Driver Verifier and my PC restarts - as soon as it gets to the desktop it BSOD's. The only way I can stop it is by going into safe mode and disabling Driver Verifier. Can provide anymore info if needed.

Included report.

Thanks :x.

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02 May 2015   #2

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Thread title: BSOD every time windows starts with Driver Verifier enabled.

Well, that is what is to happen. Is there any specific reason that you enabled Driver Verifier? Let us know. Driver Verifier is a very sophisticated tool designed for troubleshooting only. Driver Verifier is not a tool to mess with or to experiment with unnecessarily or to play with. Disable it. Run the computer normally.

If your computer BSODs with Driver Verifier not enabled, let us know; troubleshooting will be needed in that case.
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