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Fltmgr.sys BSOD

ROXANA NASH asked on February 15, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.

BSOD Problems For Example Fltmgr.sys & Mpfilter.sys

» Windows XP SP3 with WD EBook. Six of these BSOD's but four don't itemize file names. Computer very sluggish at start up. Have defragged. MSE quoted 4 serious errors further to full scan but 2 BSOD's occured after that.


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» FltMgr.sys is a system file used by Windows to help control various aspects of hard drives & files. It is officially called the "Microsoft Filesystem Filter Manager" and its main duty in the operating system is make sure that the data written to the hard drive is correct and not corrupted.

The fltmgr.sys error is caused when Windows cannot read or process files that are on the hard drive, hard drives will stop working and the blue screen appears.The fltmgr.sys blue screen error is a serious Windows OS error that can cause a PC to deteriorate over time. Hard drive failure and a system crash will usually result, with subsequent data loss. The error refers to the File system Filter Manager of the Windows operating system, which is responsible for arranging and locating files on the hard drive. When this important file becomes corrupt, the system is not able to read and process files on the hard drive and data may get lost as a result.

The cause of the fltmgr.sys errors are mainly about the file being corrupted or unreadable. If the file is corrupted, you will receive this error continuously…. But the most common cause of this error is the File System Manager failing to load properly, a simple restart of your PC will fix the problem. This will clear the system's RAM and provide another chance for it to boot up cleanly. If this doesn't occur, carry on to checking all Hardware and hard drives for normal connection.

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JULIE BOWELS replied on February 19, 2013


All Answers:

  1. LOUIS DISIMONE replied on February 15, 2013: » For one thing, your NVIDIA GeForce driver looks out of date: Driver Version 6.14.12.8026

    I think it should end with 8558. I would navigate to the NVIDIA website and let their online scanner take a look at your video system and see what it suggests for drivers and consider their analysis if they suggest a new driver. It is recommended to run the NVIDIA scan with Internet Explorer.

  2. JOHN ADAMS replied on February 15, 2013: » The following overlooked on the NVidea site along with the message stating that 285.58 was up to date. Should it be on my system? nForce 560 / nForce 520

    Has been detected in your system. Latest Driver Version 15.45

  3. LOUIS DISIMONE replied on February 16, 2013: » I think it should end with 8558. If that's what your msinfo32 says, that sounds better.

    I think I would let it ride for a bit and if you are comfortable that your BSOD issues are resolved, then work on sluggish.I would not be changing too many things at once...If you have another BSOD, send the BlueScreenView report(s) from those crashes only.Part of your sluggish could be ZoneAlarm.I shuddered when I saw you had that installed.

  4. MICHAEL NEVILLE replied on February 17, 2013: » If you install ZA out of the box with all options enabled, that can sometimes cause you some performance issues. More protection usually comes with a performance hit. If you are not using the ZA firewall, ZA still could be slowing you down depending on what options you have enabled.

  5. JEFFERY HURA replied on February 18, 2013: » CCleaner will let you manage most Startup items and also do some other cleanup oriented operations. Launch CCleaner and choose Tools, Startup and in the bottom right, click the "Save to text file" button to save the Startup information to a text file - something like startup.txt

    Save the startup information text file to your desktop (or someplace you can find it) open the text file with a text editor (notepad or WordPad), select all the text (Ctrl-A), copy all the highlighted text to the Windows clipboard (Ctrl-C) and then paste (Ctrl-V) the contents of the startup list back here in your next reply and perhaps somebody can tell you other things to consider.

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