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A blue screen with the error message “STOP: 0x000000c4 DRIVER_VERIFIER_DETECTED_VIOLATION” appears.
This problem occurs because Driver Verifier incorrectly detects that the driver’s interrupt service routine (ISR) has corrupted the extended thread context. Driver Verifier captures XSAVE areas before and after a BVR call and compares values to ensure the context is not damaged by the BVR. However, the fields differ in some cases with regard to the characteristics mask. Then the diver’s checker incorrectly reports the change as a violation. That’s why the computer crashes.
Stop Error “0x000000c4” may also appear when starting a virtual machine from Windows Server 2012 ISO to install the system. The error occurs immediately after the installation files are loaded before the actual installation starts.
A supported patch is available from Microsoft. However, this fix is only intended to correct the problem described in this article. Apply this patch only to systems where this particular problem occurs.
Disable Driver Verifier
Disable Driver Verifier and restart your computer.
On the Windows taskbar, click Start > Run.
In the Run field, type the checker and click OK.
Click Remove Existing Settings, and then click Finish.
Restart the computer.
To start > enter ‘Run’ > start the’Run’ window.
Type services.msc > press Enter.
Locate the Windows Update > double-click service to open it.
Go to the General tab > Startup Type > select Disable.
Restart your computer > no updates should be installed until you have reactivated the Windows Update service.
Blue Screen of Death – Quick Fix
Use the F8 key during the boot process and select Repair your computer from the menu that opens. If you have difficulty opening the menu, press F8 repeatedly until the menu appears.
Open a command prompt window.
Run the directory d: to check if the Windows drive is mapped.
Run dism /image:d:\ /remove-package /packagename:Package_for_RollupFix~31bf3856ad364e35~amd64~~7601.24002.1.4 /norestart
That’s all for this mistake. If you still need help correcting error code 0x000000c4, please let us know in the comments section below.
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