The Sysnative BSOD Scripts mentioned throughout this site and elsewhere on the Internet, automates much of the mundane Windbg process. \n\nIt is rather common for users seeking BSOD help to submit numerous BSOD minidumps, sometimes as many as 50 (Windows 7 default limit). \n\nThe Sysnative BSOD Scripts are used by BSOD Analysts at many different forums and easily allows them to process all dump files instead of just a select few dumps via Windbg. \n\nThe scripts incorporate the Driver Reference Table (DRT) created by John Carrona, Microsoft MVP, (usasma) to aid in the identifcation and isolation (separate reporting) of 3rd party drivers. \n\nHere is an example of the Sysnative BSOD Scripts in action, processing 6 BSOD minidumps in under 30 seconds:\n\nBest viewed at 720 px. (change the setting)\n\n\n\n\nEach new screen you see opening = 1 dump file being processed.\n\nThe current Sysnative BSOD Scripts have undergone many changes and upgrades since I began developing them using batch and VBS in 2008. Several months ago, Richard (niemiro) took over as Project Director and transformed the aging and difficult-to-work-with batch\/ VBS modules into C++\n\nFor further information on the Sysnative BSOD Scripts or to obtain them, please send me a PM.