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I migrated our driver projects to Visual Studio 2022 and Windows 11 22H2 WDK. The projects compile fine but when I deploy them on a Windows 10 with all updates installed, I get a BSOD on start. The same drivers built with Visual Studio 2019 and WDK 10.0.20175.0 works perfectly fine.
I am not linking against any libraries other than default. Any idea how to figure out where's the issue?
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