KMODE_EXCEPTION_NOT_HANDLED (wdf01000.sys)

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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bits Version 1709
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       #11

    quick question, is there a way to keep driver verifier enabled even if I shut down my computer so it keeps checking from the last point?
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       #12

    Yes and no, yes driver verifier stays enabled so long as you don't reset the settings, but I don't think driver verifier keeps progress since there isn't really 'progress'.
    Drivers are designed to do things over and over again, possibly in multiple ways. When you shut down the computer, the driver doesn't save its progress, it finishes what it started and then stops. When the system starts up, the driver executes its task as soon as it's called, not knowing where it stopped since there's no need to know.
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bits Version 1709
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       #13

    I was just thinking about that because it's too much power consuming, since my computer is a desktop, and I'm dealing with this problem for almost a year now.
    my motherboard is 2 years old, and the latest drivers of Intel (Rapid Storage, Management and Chipset) are from late 2016/early 2017, never understood the difference between manufacturer drivers and retailers drivers, like msi or gigabite but I always sticked to the retailer ones, maybe that's bad and causes some weird corruptions as it becomes outdated compared to the OS
    Last edited by Shirubidu; 30 Jan 2018 at 12:15.
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bits Version 1709
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       #14

    Update: 24h with driver verifier and no bsods
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bits Version 1709
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       #15

    Update: 48h with driver verifier and no bsods
    i've installed my nvidia driver from asus website before these 4 days, so far nothing bad happened
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       #16

    Keep me posted.
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bits Version 1709
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       #17

    I guess i spoke too soon, 2 hours after turning on my pc: playing some pubg and watching youtube videos, got a distorted look-a-like bsod (IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL) mentioning hal.dll, here's the attachment

    Edit: the bsod looked like this, found on the internet
    Attachment 175191
    Edit 2: I've found this topic here with the same issue like me with the same motherboard/processor/psu, as well as a couple more topics mentioning the same motherboard, so i'm starting to think this is not a uncommon problem.
    I've been struggling with this psu cuz i've RMA it once for suddently shutting down my pc, maybe it's not a good for a high-end rig like mine that's used mostly for playing games
    Last edited by Shirubidu; 02 Feb 2018 at 07:38.
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       #18

    What are the 3.3v, 5v and 12v values?
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    Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bits Version 1709
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       #19

    I've used HWMonitor for that, or should i get them through the BIOS ?


    Attachment 175238
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  10. Posts : 14,893
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       #20

    I recommend to use the BIOS, if those values are truly correct then you have indeed PSU problems as the 12v value is too low.
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