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Is there a way to show currently loaded drivers in Vista 64 bit without having to reboot and do a logged boot?

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Here is an article form the How-To geek that shows how to view currently installed drivers:

The article talks about using a utility called DriverView. It allows you to view your currently installed drivers and even to export data on them to text files.

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Appreciated. – Kev Sep 9 '09 at 13:16

Use Process Hacker and go to the Services tab. Check for the entries with type = "KernelDriver".

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