Since the summer, I started getting BSOD's. Sometimes 8-10 a day and sometimes it might go days before I get one. Most all point to ntosknrl.exe as the culprit. In my skydrive file are the latest dumpfiles and the sysinfo file. I had deleted maybe 50 prior
to theses latest one. This is a built system with windows 7. I've run memtest86 for over 24 hrs straight and not problems detected and no crashes at all. Not overclocked or modified in any way, just factory settings. As far as I know all drivers are up to
date. That was my first concern, as it was a built PC. It is a dual boot XP pro and 7. both OS's have the BSOD's. But I use 7 mostly. XP is used for older games that don't play well with 7.
Any help in this matter will be greatly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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It is a standardized reply on purpose so that it is consistent across all users. If we were to customize the procedure to the individual and another user were to use it, it would have unpredictable results.
That is the same reason why we posted it as a wiki
Driver verifier may take up to 72 hours to crash as it will only crash when the mis-behaving driver is loaded. If you wan to accelerate the process you can change the set of drivers to "all" but that will slow the computer down a bit.
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