FIX: Driver Verifier Detected Violation error in Windows 10
Many users report getting Driver Verifier Violations Detected errors, and today we will show you how to fix it.
1. Keep your Windows up to date
Blue Screen Death errors are caused by various hardware or software problems, and if you want to correct this mistake, we strongly recommend that you update Windows 10.
Microsoft often releases new patches through Windows Update, and many of these patches are designed to improve the hardware and software compatibility issues.
By downloading the latest update, you will ensure no compatibility issues between Windows 10 and other software to prevent the Blue Screen of Death errors appear.
2. underclock your graphics card
Overclocking is the procedure to change the settings of your hardware for a performance gain.
Many users overclock their hardware, but overclocking comes with certain risks, and if you are not careful, you can easily damage your hardware.
Underclocking is a similar procedure that slightly degrades your hardware’s performance to reduce the emission of heat or avoid incompatibility issues.
Some users reported that by lowering their graphics card clock with 100MHz, they successfully improved Verifier Violations Detected driver error. Remember that underclocking your graphics card comes with certain risks, so be extra careful if you decide to do so.
3. Reset Windows 10
- Restart your PC many times during the boot sequence to start Auto Repair.
- Select Troubleshoot and click Reset to this PC and click Delete everything.
- During this, you may be prompted to insert the Windows 10 installation media, so be prepared to do that.
- Select Just drive where Windows is installed
- click to remove my files
- Choose the Reset button.
- Follow the steps and wait for the process to finish.
We must warn you that this procedure is similar to a clean installation, so make sure to back up all
critical files on your C partition because this process will remove it.
4. Check your hardware
A common cause for the Blue Screen of Death errors can be damaged RAM, so be sure to check your RAM first.
If your RAM is working correctly, check the other major components such as hard drive, motherboard, wireless adapters, etc.
We should also mention that the built-in fans can sometimes cause this error, and you should be able to fix this problem by deleting or replacing them.