I keep producing bsod reports, and its a new driver all the time thats causing the problem, is there any program out there that can Identify ALL my bad drivers at once so I can fix the problem before it happens.
You can download and run DriverMax from this safe website (CNET) to identify your driver state but I would always recommend that you go to the Manufacturers website to obtain the driver update
Go into device manager and see if it shows up any problems.
If you have an unsigned driver installed Microsoft will play up.
So check them all and see if you find the problem ones.
Go to my drivers and right click it and scan for problems using your A/v or maybe Malwarebytes if you have it downloaded.
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