Driver Verifier Manager (Windows XP and later)
The Windows XP and later version of Driver Verifier Manager begins with a screen which allows you to select one of five tasks. Whichever task you choose, you will be shown a series of screens that can be navigated by using the Back and Next buttons.
When this sequence is complete, use the Finish button to save any changes you have made and exit Driver Verifier Manager. If you wish to discard your changes, use the Cancel button.
The following tasks can be chosen from the first screen of Driver Verifier Manager:
- Create standard settings
Selects a standard set of Driver Verifier options, and then allows you to select the drivers to be verified. These settings will take effect after the next boot. See Selecting Driver Verifier Options and Selecting Drivers to be Verified for details.
- Create custom settings
Displays all Driver Verifier options and lets you select from among them. Then, it allows you to select the drivers to be verified. These settings will take effect after the next boot. See Selecting Driver Verifier Options and Selecting Drivers to be Verified for details.
- Delete existing settings
Deactivates all of Driver Verifier Manager options and deletes the list of drivers being verified. This takes effect after the next boot.
- Display existing settings
Display the options that will be activated and the drivers that will be verified after the next boot. It does not include any volatile settings. See Viewing Driver Verifier Settings for details.
- Display information about the currently-verified drivers
This will display statistics related to Driver Verifier's actions. See Monitoring Global Counters and Monitoring Individual Counters for details. It will also allow you to view and alter Driver Verifier's volatile actions. See Using Volatile Settings.