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Amdide64.sys Corrupt

LINDA RENKEN asked on February 14, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.

Amdide64.sys Corrupt Causing Win 7 Unable To Boot

» I uninstalled my ATI Catalyst Control Center, which forced a reboot. The reboot takes me to the windows startup repair which fails to fix the problem. The log shows that theamdide64.sys is corrupt.


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» DLL is comprised of the files with .dll, .exe, .sys, .drv and .fon extensions. Files with sys and exe extensions are two of the favorite targets for malware(Exploit:Java/CVE-2012-5076!zkm). The vulnerabilities of the files with .dll, .exe and .sys extensions can be exploited to perform illegal purpose, and that is one of the main reasons of computer problems. Instead of copying in any additional files, the malware tend to modify existing files - typically an "exe" or "sys" file - and re-write it to include the malware's own code. The infected system file would inevitably be removed or quarantined by anti-malware programs, leading to the abnormal operation of the system.

The most common symptoms of .EXE file errors and .SYS file error are slow PC speed, high CPU/Memory usage, system freezing and crashing; blue screen of death. In case that Amdide64.sys file or any .exe file is infected, the safest approach, by far, is to reinstall Windows. But given how painful that is, the alternative that follows it is much more practical. That is to use DLL error fixer. The purpose to release DLL Suite is free our users from being by annoyed by this kind of issue.

DLL Suite has two tools called "Fix EXE Virus" and "Fix BSOD", specially targeted to fix virus infection problem and thus fix slow PC performance and blue screen.

Download DLL Suite, install and run > Click Dashboard menu and > Click Scan DLL Errors button > Click Fix DLL Errors button after the scan

CHRISTOPHER WELCH replied on February 17, 2013


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  1. JEFFERSON MORRIS replied on February 14, 2013: » You must be using a Recovery Disk and not a Windows Installation or Repair Disk to run Startup Repair.

    If you do not have a Windows 7 disk you can borrow a friends as they are not copy protected. Your System maker will also sell the physical DVD cheap since you already own Windows. Also you can make a repair disk on another computer.

  2. LINDA RENKEN replied on February 14, 2013: » scnnow tells me there is already a repair operation in progress and that I need to re-start Windows. chkdsk did not seem to find any errors.I've attempted to boot to Safe mode and get the same outcome, Startup Repair can't fix the issue. I have the original Win7 installation dis.

    The install disk for the motherboard will not auto run. If I try to run the setup exe using the command prompt it says that the framework needed isn't available. I do not want to re-install Win7. Basic question for me is how do you re-install the driver without having Win7 operable?

  3. JEFFERSON MORRIS replied on February 15, 2013: » You probably will not be able to run the Repair Installation since you can't boot to Windows at all.

    Since the issue is drive related the best way to back up your data would be to put the hard drive into another computer as 2nd drive or "possibly" into an External USB case. Either might allow you to copy the data to removable media such as CD, DVD, and other USB drives. Of course a real computer shop or the system maker can help with data recovery.

  4. J COLLETTE replied on February 16, 2013: » I'm no computer expert but I had the same problem happen to me. I downloaded a virus and removed it in regedit. When I rebooted no .exe file would run. I had to right click and press start in order to get one to work. I did a system restore with vista. Go to the programs menu and find system restore. You can't just click on it. Right click on it and find the location that the short cut points to. Find the actual file and right click on it and click on start.

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