Whether verifier crashes or not depends on several things:
- the settings that you use
- if there's a faulty driver - or if it's another problem.
If you use my instructions for Driver Verifier, it only tests the 3rd party drivers (non Microsoft).
If it doesn't crash then, it's because none of the 3rd party drivers crash when stressed by Driver Verifier.
This means 2 things:
- the 3rd party drivers aren't to blame, and are presumably OK
- the errors must then be caused by either Windows drivers or hardware.
So, the first step here is to ensure that you have all available Windows Updates and that you are not having errors when attempting to update or when attempting to install the updates.
If the updates are OK, then the next step is to try these free hardware diagnostics: http://www.carrona.org/hwdiag.html
Let us know the results and we'll move on from there.
Just FYI - if the hardware diagnostics pass everything, then there's a decision point here.
You have to decide aout reinstalling Windows "clean" in order to rule out Windows problems.
As this will wipe out everything, you'll have to backup your stuff before reinstalling Windows.
What will happen after the clean install is that either Windows will work without problems or it won't.
If it works without problems, then it was your Windows installation that was at fault.
If it doesn't work without problems, then it's most likely an untested hardware component that's borked (it can also be compatibility issues).