Getting IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL using 3d Printer

I'm getting IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL error in my windows when I try to open the 3d Slicer while my 3d Printer is connected. 

 

This is damn irritating as I have not even printed one single stuff since I bought the printer.

 

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Most likely cause is a driver issue.  Probably out of date or incompatible with the version of windows you are using.

There could also be windows updates that need to be installed.

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I also thought the same, But I checked all the drivers, even reinstalled them, but nothing work. I tried all the methods provided at windowsreport, earthslab, and drivereasy, but none worked. I didn't even get any cd with the printer and I downloaded all the drivers from official website itself.

 

That blue screen is really scary, every time I try to run any software while my printer is connected, I'm sure to get that freaking error. 

 

I have FlashForge 3D Printer Creator Pro which I bought from Amazon.com, any solution?

 

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What version of Windows is it?  What software or slicer has been installed?  Why are you connecting to the PC anyway?

Only actual driver you should need for that printer is installed when you install flashprint.

 

I'd make sure that all windows updates are done.  Especially the .NET stuff.

 

It is possible that something else is conflicting.  With the correct driver installed when you plug the printer in it creates a com port to use.  This could be creating a conflict with some other app.

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