For Windows computer nothing is more frustrating than the Blue Screen of Death (BSOD). This can be occurring when the user is doing something that is related to innocuous such as surfing of web.
Windows Driver can be fault
It is not necessary that the Windows drivers are always the root cause of BSODs, but they can be the cause of the specific kind of crashes. Some of the users have their computer sets that can restart automatically after the crash. In this mode you can miss the information of the BSOD screen which can reveal the cause of crash.
Most people don’t know that what “DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL” means, that’s the kind of message that you will find with error of BSOD.
What does this message means and what you can do about it?
Firstly if the computer crashes regularly then you need to know what is happening. You can configure your computer for stopping these crashes instead of restarting the system. This step is not much enough for rectifying this error but it gives you the clue where to start debugging the crashing of the computer.
For configuring the computer for bypassing the automatic restart, you need to go to the Control Panel and select the System and Security. Under the system you need to choose the Advanced Settings. Under the Startup and Recovery you need to uncheck and “Automatically restart” option. Then click on “OK” your way out of the control panel. After the opting for the automatic restarts BSOD screen will stay in the place until you manually restart the computer.
If you don’t want to restart manually but still you want to know the cause behind the crash then you can retrieve the log files and related splatter from the C:\Windows\Minidump file. Here you can find several files that depend upon how often the system crashes. These files will contain other things such as in information about the root cause of the problem
If you receive the “DRIVER_IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL” message, by this you can attain that may be the drivers are not playing with the Windows Kernel. The debugging of the driver failure can be a challenge but the log files should be able to identify which applications or services run at the time of the crash. In some cases the software such as anti-virus suites can cause kernel-level driver problems. Generally these are well documented and resolving these kinds of crashes may require un-installation of the current anti-virus software, applying updates or patches, switch products.
Windows have inbuilt firewall and security option which is called as Security Essentials. In many cases this built in software enables you to keep the system protected while you can debug the crash problem and decide how to fix it.
You can use the Driver Detective for keeping the drivers updated. With the use of the outdated drivers the above mentioned problem can occur especially after system updates has been applied. The Driver Detective is one of the most often downloaded, trusted Windows Driver for the maintenance of the programs. It efficiently scans the PC and attached hardware and tells you which version of driver is appropriate for your PC. It automatically finds the right windows update for your system from the million of driver software like motherboard, scanner, printer etc. it recommend the most accurate driver for the right system.
Steps for using Driver Detective:
Step -1 Firstly download and install the software and you will see this Welcome Screen
Step – 2 Then start the scanning process
Step – 3 Then start the Available Driver Update
Step – 4 You will then get the Driver Details
Step – 5 You will see the Integrated Customer support
Step – 6 Then backup the Driver