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Okay. I should've searched for it. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. Now to see if it BSOD's again or not.
Don_Burn: It hasn't BSOD again (so far). The only issue I am running into now is that after copying some files, it stops allowing files to be copied when its formatted with a FAT32 file system (it just either gets stuck copying or gives an error for the rest of the files).
Mark_Roddy: I know how RAM Disks work. Which is why I am using Drive Snapshot to back it up every night and on restarting (if possible) and then restore it before the rest of the programs that run on start are ran.
This is a fools errand.
Helping random users fix problems in code they know nothing about, using skills they prefer not to have, is NOT THE PURPOSE OF THIS FORUM.
I’m as sympathic to the OPs plight as the next guy, but this thread is totally and completely off topic. We don’t cater for end users, with no kernel development skillls, who need to refactor a driver. That’s not the goal of this forum.
So... I’m closing/locking this topic.
Sorry... but this is pointless and I do t want this forum to become “I don’t know how to write drivers, please tell me what to type”... any more than it already is.
Discussion hereby closed. OP put on moderation.
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