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  1. Posts : 14,893
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       #11

    Please wait for 48 hours. Although driver verifier may be running, if your system crashes it does not automatically mean the crash was caused by driver verifier catching a driver. To get a better chance at driver verifier crashing the system it needs to be run for at least 48 hours.
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  2. Posts : 32
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       #12

    axe0 said:
    Please wait for 48 hours. Although driver verifier may be running, if your system crashes it does not automatically mean the crash was caused by driver verifier catching a driver. To get a better chance at driver verifier crashing the system it needs to be run for at least 48 hours.
    Ok! The driver verifier relase some logs that I need to send to you? When it catchs a driver I mean
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  3. Posts : 14,893
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       #13

    When driver verifier crashes the system, the crash will generate a dump, the crash dump is the log I need.
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  4. Posts : 32
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       #14

    axe0 said:
    When driver verifier crashes the system, the crash will generate a dump, the crash dump is the log I need.
    Trust me or not, I haven't any type of BSOD since I activate the verifier. I didn't restart my pc after I unistalled daemon tools and the device in device manager. Maybe the problem was daemon tools but I needed to restart my pc (?)
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  5. Posts : 212
    windows 10 pro build 21h2
       #15

    i don't know. i don't think that the pc has a serious bsod problem because if it did then you would get constant bsod and it happens if you don't play any games. you said that you are only getting a bsod if you play some games thus if you don't play those games then you shouldn't get bsod

    however the weird thing is that you said that you got bsod in the games after you did fresh install for windows. what exactly did you do? did you install all your programs and then the games? if yes then format again and install all the drivers and then just install the games that caused bsod and don't install anything else. don't install daemon tools. if you have the game in an iso file then you don't need daemon tools to mount the iso file and you can mount iso file in windows. after that play the games and check if you get bsod
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  6. Posts : 32
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       #16

    cns00 said:
    i don't know. i don't think that the pc has a serious bsod problem because if it did then you would get constant bsod and it happens if you don't play any games. you said that you are only getting a bsod if you play some games thus if you don't play those games then you shouldn't get bsod

    however the weird thing is that you said that you got bsod in the games after you did fresh install for windows. what exactly did you do? did you install all your programs and then the games? if yes then format again and install all the drivers and then just install the games that caused bsod and don't install anything else. don't install daemon tools. if you have the game in an iso file then you don't need daemon tools to mount the iso file and you can mount iso file in windows. after that play the games and check if you get bsod
    Nono, I've got BSOD since the half of may. I've reinstalled windows something like 10 times for making some tests and I've replaced my pc too with the amazon support.
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  7. Posts : 212
    windows 10 pro build 21h2
       #17

    ok. i'm mean now after you replaced your laptop
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  8. Posts : 14,893
    Windows 10 Pro
       #18

    cns00 said:
    i don't know. i don't think that the pc has a serious bsod problem because if it did then you would get constant bsod and it happens if you don't play any games. you said that you are only getting a bsod if you play some games thus if you don't play those games then you shouldn't get bsod
    It's quite common for a BSOD problem to occur during certain circumstances only, that does give the advantage of narrowing down the cause.
    I'm not sure what you would say is a serious BSOD problem, but I would say that any BSOD problem is serious with the exception of one-timers. Any BSOD is one too many and takes a lot of time from those who experience it to solve it, that time should've been spent on other things.
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  9. Posts : 14,893
    Windows 10 Pro
       #19

    Fabiushow said:
    Trust me or not, I haven't any type of BSOD since I activate the verifier. I didn't restart my pc after I unistalled daemon tools and the device in device manager. Maybe the problem was daemon tools but I needed to restart my pc (?)
    We'll need to confirm that, disable driver verifier and use your pc like you normally would.

    While driver verifier usually does crash a system, it's also known for miraculously stabilizing a system from time to time.
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  10. Posts : 32
    Windows 10
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       #20

    axe0 said:
    We'll need to confirm that, disable driver verifier and use your pc like you normally would.

    While driver verifier usually does crash a system, it's also known for miraculously stabilizing a system from time to time.
    Unfortunately this is not the case... Got another BSOD Dropbox - FABIO-PC-(2020-07-05_22-17-23).zip - Simplify your life

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    Fabiushow said:
    Unfortunately this is not the case... Got another BSOD Dropbox - FABIO-PC-(2020-07-05_22-17-23).zip - Simplify your life
    UPDATE: got a freeze while playing valorant, but not BSOD. Just a freeze of the pc and I should restart it (never had problems with this game)
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