Bug Check 0xBFE: BC_BLUETOOTH_VERIFIER_FAULT

The BC_BLUETOOTH_VERIFIER_FAULT bug check has a value of 0x00000BFE. This indicates that a driver has caused a violation.

Important

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BC_BLUETOOTH_VERIFIER_FAULT Parameters

Parameter Description
1

The subtype of the Bluetooth verifier fault.

0x1 : An attempt was made to submit a Bluetooth Request Block that is already in use 2 - Brb pointer 3 - Reserved 4 - Reserved 0x2 : An attempt was made to free a Bluetooth Request Block that is in use 2 - Brb pointer 3 - Reserved 4 - Reserved 0x3 : An attempt was made to allocate or initialize an invalid BRB type 2 - Brb pointer 3 - pdo extension (if available) 4 - Reserved 0x4 : Invalid Bluetooth Request Block pointer was submitted 2 - Brb pointer 3 - Reserved 4 - Reserved 0x5 : A Bluetooth Request Block with an invalid size was submitted 2 - Brb pointer 3 - Actual Size 4 - Expected Size 0x6 : The IOCTL_BTH_GET_DEVICE_INFO was called with invalid parameters 2 - Reserved 3 - Reserved 4 - Reserved 0x7 : BRB_L2CA_UNREGISTER_SERVER was submitted with an invalid server handle 2 - Server handle 3 - Reserved 4 - Reserved 0x8 : BRB_L2CA_CLOSE_CHANNEL was submitted with an invalid channel handle 2 - Brb pointer 3 - Channel handle 4 - Reserved 0x9 : BRB_SCO_UNREGISTER_SERVER was submitted with an invalid server handle 2 - Server handle 3 - Reserved 4 - Reserved
2 See parameter 1
3 See parameter 1
4 See parameter 1

Resolution

Parameter 1 describes the type of violation. Look at the call stack to determine the misbehaving driver.