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Driver Errors in Windows

No More Inexplicable Crashes, STOP Errors and Devices that Won’t Work with Your Windows System
If a driver error occurs, Windows is very sensitive to it. Usually it causes the whole operating system to crash, displaying a STOP error on screen. Behind each such error message is a faulty driver which would be almost impossible to pinpoint at first glance. However, taking a look in the Device Manager will help clear things up, since all of the drivers installed on your system are managed from there, and the Device Manager is the first place to look for error codes. In this article, I’ll show you how to locate, analyse and resolve driver errors.

Category: Hardware, Installation & Setup
Issue: 2014 Issue 3 February/March
Operating Systems: XP, Vista, 7, 8
Article Reference: D820