This article is part of a continuing series on the Blue Screen of Death errors. A blue screen of death (BSOD) error is the screen you see when Windows has a major problem. PC stops and displays very important information. This may appear under a different name error, but with a code 0x10d. WDF_VIOLATION was rare before Windows 8, but a lot has arisen because people have started to install it. It is appearing more often to sync files from your iPhone or iPod to iTunes. Although the problem was more frequent in iTunes 10, is still emerging in iTunes 11.

This is happening because it has a combination of three things: Windows 8, the driver that comes with the device and the driver included with iTunes. The combination of these three is the cause of the accident. To fix this, select your iPod to Disk Mode: Click the Summary tab for the device in iTunes. Select Enable disk use. You can now sync normally without an accident. This has the added benefit of allowing you to transfer documents back and forth as if it were a flash drive.

his problem also appears when you use a larger base plate with built FireWire. No FireWire drivers in Windows 7 and cause this error. The solution is to buy and install a cheap FireWire card with different drivers, one that is fully compatible with Windows 7. Install the card and the latest drivers and you should be able to use FireWire normally

Another driver, including a multimedia controller, can also cause this accident and show WDF_VIOLATION mistake. Run a free scan with Driver Reviver and locate the faulty driver that is causing the error. It is very important to keep all your drivers up to date, including Windows Update not caught. Learn why it is important to keep your fresh drivers.