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by dedailey / September 26, 2004 1:26 AM PDT

I have recently started getting "KEBUGCHECKEX: called by c002b30f Error code is 44 Parameter: e89cc6c0000 System halted" What is this and how to fix?

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by Cursorcowboy / September 26, 2004 9:38 PM PDT
In reply to: KEBUGCHECKEX error

1. Typically, Driver Verifier is used by device driver developers to make sure that their driver passes the hardware quality test. Drive Verifier begins with a screen which allows you to select one of the following five tasks, that if changed, will take effect after the next boot, [Q244617].

Warning: Microsoft recommends that you use this tool with caution.

a. Create standard settings - this will select a standard set of Driver Verifier options and then allow you to choose which drivers will be verified.

b. Create custom settings - this allows you to activate any of Driver Verifier's actions and choose which drivers will be verified.

c. Delete existing settings - this will cause all of Driver Verifier's options to be deactivated and delete the list of drivers being verified.

d. Display existing settings - this will display the nonvolatile Driver Verifier settings the options selected and the drivers selected for verification.

e. Display information about the currently-verified drivers - this will display statistics related to Driver Verifier's actions.

2. Supplemental reading:

Note: Please ensure all appropriate internal links from each reference is noted.

a. "Fatal System Error: 0x000000C4 If Deadlock Detection in Driver Verifier Is Turned on and Norton Antivirus Is Installed (Q325672)."

b. "Driver Verifier Manager (Windows XP and later)" - an MSDN article.

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