U usasma Well-known member Joined Feb 20, 2012 Posts 2,126 Aug 17, 2017 #1 This has been happening for a while, but being lazy I didn't look into it until now (as I've started updating the DRT with the Creators Update (1703) Windows drivers). And, I have to wonder about why/how Microsoft is changing the details of their drivers - as I still use the old driverlist.exe file to get the data on the drivers. I also can't recall if I added the Anniversary Update (1607) Windows drivers to the DRT or not - gonna have to go back and check that also. Several of the Windows drivers show strange date/timestamps. This is the most common one that is also listed in the DRT: intelppm.sys ***** Invalid 2007 Invalid 2007 Invalid Click to expand... intelppm.sys is in the DRT, but this driver is showing in the 3rd party driver output of the BSOD Processing App An example post is here: Mutliple BSOD errors. - Windows Crashes, BSOD, and Hangs Help and Support The SleepStudyHelper.sys driver is the same - but I haven't added it to the DRT yet. There are others, but they are all similar to the intellppm.sys problem - and I'll be updating the DRT with the 1703 Windows drivers in the next day or so. Is there an easy way to fix this so they don't show in the 3rd Party Drivers list? TIA - and thanks for all the hard work that got us to this point!