Once installed, it collects information automatically when a Microsoft application unexpectedly quits, freeze or crashes; it then allows users to send the information to Microsoft for analysis.
This report assists Microsoft in solving problems to improve future versions of the software. The file that's failing is located here: C:\Windows\Microsoft.
Tip: If the app that isn’t working is an instant app, try these troubleshooting steps instead.
To restart your phone, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds. If you don't see "Restart," press and hold the Power button for about 30 seconds, until your phone restarts.
I thought that was the problem sorted, but after every time I install this driver, the later version 10.
X is reinstalled automatically again, usually after I reboot or even sleep/unsleep.
There is no single cause for a TDR event to be triggered.
This is a short-term solution; over time, cached data will build up again and will need to be cleared.
I have tried the run service thing, msconfig and the windows repair software Microsoft offers.
Is there anyway to get this thing to run correctly, it just stuck on checking for updates constantly.
You can image before system restore so in case something goes wrong you can restore back.
Found this: DW20is an error-reporting application packed with Microsoft products such as Microsoft Office.
The way I install version 9. each time is by going to Device Manager Let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer.