VICKIE BECKER asked on March 8, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
Rdyboost.sys Blue Screen On Startup
» Rdyboost.sys Blue Screen: It's been happening for months now. It survived a reformat/clean install, 2 disk check, 5+ startup repair...yet my system starts properly after rebooting from that error.
If rdyboost.sys error occurs to you ceaselessly, you are recommended to use DLL Suite to fix rdyboost.sys error immediately. However, you can also follow the steps below to repair rdyboost.sys error on the condition that you have abundant time and energy.
Step 1If you receive rdyboost.sys error for the first time, it is OK to restart your computer because such problem probably takes place for conflicts among programs.
Step 2And then, you need to detect your computer thoroughly by using powerful anti-virus software because any malware, spyware or virus(Backdoor:Win32/Hostil) can destroy rdyboost.sys simply.
Step 3And then, you are supposed to find out the path of rdyboost.sys and check the validity. If there is something wrong with rdyboost.sys, you should correct it. Besides, you also need to go to Task Manager to modify rdyboost.sys.
If the methods mentioned above do not work you are afraid of correcting manually, you are highly recommended to DLL Suite to fix rdyboost.sys error. It helps with repairing BSOD and allows you to free download any missing dll files including .sys files and .exe files.
FRED WALLACE replied on March 14, 2013
- CHARLIE HENRY replied on March 8, 2013: » Since it survived a reformat and clean install the issue has to be hardware, BIOS, low level chipset drivers, and possibly other device drivers.
- MICHAEL ZIMMERMAN replied on March 8, 2013: » This error is usually a driver issue and display adapter (video) driver is the most suspect though it could be others. Antivirus/antispyware/security programs, hardware (heat) and major software issues can also cause the error. When you get to the driver section of the troubleshooter use my generic methods in the next message and then return to the troubleshooter if needed.
- VICKIE BECKER replied on March 10, 2013: » The only reason that the computer was crashing was of Microsoft's driver for Nvidia's video card (a 9600GT). Even the one released in the most recent update (about a month ago) was junk, earning more BSOD level errors and non-startups than I can count...
- JAKOB HURLIN replied on March 12, 2013: » It can also be BIOS, low level chipset drivers, antivirus/antispyware/securityprograms (they operate at a low level), and even major device drivers.
Getting a new motherboard "might" fix the issue as it could indeed be a hardware issue involving the motherboard. Also by changing the Mother-board many of the other software possible causes are also changed because of new BIOS, chipset drivers, and some major device driverswhich would be updated due to the switch and required installation ofWindows. Personally I would use all the methods in the troubleshootersbefore investing in a new motherboard.
- LINETH ARTUZ replied on March 13, 2013: » I doubt the rdyboost.sys is the actual cause of your crash. It ie a Windows system driver and not likely to be the cause. It is more likely that something else is conflicting with it. Out of date drivers can be the cause and you have two very obsolete drivers loaded on your system. Update these two drivers through the links provided.
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