First BSOD on Custom PC. Stumped, Help Please.

C0BRA

Well-Known Member
#21
Hope all goes well.. Post any new dump files.
Hey, thanks. So I updated it to the most recent version I could find, though in Add or Remove Programs, it still has the same date and version as the previous driver... I think my USB 3s' are just borked. But anyway, I'll be back if anything else happens. Thanks!
 


Neemobeer

Windows Forum Team
Staff member
#22
A more accurate way to determine which drivers you have, versions and dates is to open a command prompt and type pnputil -e this will give you big list of drivers and in some cases you may have multiple driver versions installed. You can verify which one is in use from device manager > device > properties > Driver tab
 


C0BRA

Well-Known Member
#23
A more accurate way to determine which drivers you have, versions and dates is to open a command prompt and type pnputil -e this will give you big list of drivers and in some cases you may have multiple driver versions installed. You can verify which one is in use from device manager > device > properties > Driver tab
Hey, thanks for telling me. I'll be sure to take a look at that.
 


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