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JOHN WHEELER asked on March 10, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.

Safe Mode Freezes On Avgidshx.sys

» I get the Dell logo screen (Dell netbook) then just a blank screen; Windows doesn't load. Safe Mode loads drivers up to avgidshx.sys. Then it is a block of ice.Everything was fine the last time I used it. I need to load Firefox and sync all settings to this new laptop. Then it goes in the back of a closet.

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» The file avgidshx.sys has the internal name: IDSFRHR.Sys.The file avgidshx.sys description is: IDS Application Activity Monitor Helper Driver.. The file avgidshx.sys is related to the AVG Technologies CZ, s.r.o. . The version of the fileavgidshx.sys: The avgidshx.sys is a part of software product: AVG IDS LegalCopyright: Copyright © 2008-2012 AVG Technologies CZ, s.r.o. All rights reserved.. Comments: IDS Application Activity Monitor Helper Driver. Unknown OS. (32 bit version).

The Drivers directory holds driver files, typically with a .SYS extension. A driver is a small software program that allows your computer to communicate with hardware or connected devices. This means that a driver has direct access to the internals of the OS, hardware etc. Device drivers allow Windows and applications to work with various hardware devices and communication protocols such as TCP/IP.

Avgidshx.sys problems occur when important operating system files become misconfigured, deleted or damaged. This is a common problem with computers that don't get maintained regularly. Eventually the system becomes overloaded with problems and begins to crash and display errors. Some malware(Backdoor:Win32/Prorat.AM) camouflages itself as Avgidshx.sys, particularly when located in the c:\windows or c:\windows\system32 folder. Therefore, you should check the Avgidshx.sys process on your PC to see if it is a threat.

If you're getting Avgidshx.sys file missing or not be found errors, it is helpful that you re-install the program, uninstall and re-install a more up-to-date version, and/or check to see if any updates are available for the program associated with the file instead of attempting to copy a new version of the file to the computer. For this purpose, DLL Suite is designed for you to download the required dll file for free. It is a reliable and professional repair tool with a latest library of system files.

What's more, DLL Suite is able to fix BSOD caused by sys extension file error, just because DLL Suite has built-in driver files, and it can replace the failure driver's file which causes the blue screen of death; it can also remove the virus/malware infection at the same time.

THOMAS HAWES replied on March 16, 2013

All Answers:

  1. GERALD LANDRY replied on March 10, 2013: » Boot from a repair disc and let it try doing a repair. If you don't have one, you can go to any Windows 7 computer and make one via clicking Start -> Control Panel -> Backup and recovery. Then click Create a system repair disc and insert a CD-R.

    When you've gotten your system back like you want it, I urge you to get yourself an external hard drive and a good 3rd party backup program. You can set it up to do everything automagically at the time and frequency of your choice.

  2. JOHN WHEELER replied on March 11, 2013: » I have an external drive for it but it isn't working, or wasn't last time I tried. I never did a backup completely. I used Easus ToDo but only part of a backup. Too many excuses why not.

    I'm going to do a repair disc anyway in case I can borrow an external HDD from a friend's husband. How do you boot from it? I don't remember.

  3. GERALD LANDRY replied on March 12, 2013: » You don't need to boot from the external hard drive if you use good backup software like the Easeus one because you can make a boot CD that you can use to restore your system from the external HD to your computer. I've never made an external drive bootable because I've never had any reason to do that.

  4. DONALD LEWIS replied on March 13, 2013: » The repair disc is a CD-R, not an external hard drive. It sounds like you're confusing the two. Usually the term disc is used to describe CDs and DVDs where the term disk is used to describe hard drives. I don't know who or where this started or if it's even documented anywhere, but that's the way the two are differentiated.

    When doing a restore from your external hard drive, you put the repair disc (a CD) into the DVD/CD drive and boot from it. After it boots, it gives you the option to restore from the backup. This restores the backup from the external hard drive to your internal hard drive.

  5. HANS SCHMIDT replied on March 15, 2013: » Try going into Bios at boot and doing a memory check, I had a similar problem and found that one of the ram sticks had failed.

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