It should start OK hopefully. See here > http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/topic44694.html Tekken Back to top Back to Windows 7 0 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 0 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to quoted postsClear Google indicates it is from Microsoft Windows Malware protection system, not sure which one it could be from, but I don't have MSE or other MS anti-virus programs loaded. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 jhayz jhayz BC Advisor 6,920 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:10:48 AM Posted 30 May 2012 his comment is here
Are you running a good-quality Anti-malware program? Are the deep scans coming back clean? Did it recently (or maybe not-so-recently) quarantine some files for being infected (which may be support files There's some hardware/wires acking up. lochlomonder replied Nov 19, 2016 at 9:20 PM Is this set hardware set up... Get the answer ksjazzguitarAug 19, 2014, 6:13 PM As to a bigger screenshot - I showed you everything in the window that popped up. https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/ba0c7f33-c3ee-4989-ae32-2b7977640a3f/windows-7-pro-not-loading-monitorsys-at-boot?forum=w7itprogeneral
Slow boot. I just was wondering about those drivers. The WD is the new HDD and the ST is the old one. win7 ult maximus vii hero 4790k 16gb dual g.skill kit S850 pro Last edited by iblen; 07-12-2015 at 04:55 PM.
Go head, it is right. 2. Well, I don't think that will work as you're on 64 bit, so 32 bit drivers will probably fail no matter what. And yes, one of them seems to be a Norton file. This problem started after installing VLC 1.1.11-win32.exe and VirtualBox 4.1.6.
Note: If you are a registered ASUS Member already, please use your ASUS Member's ID (Email) and password to proceed the login. Yeah the problem might have been that I moved my OS from HDD to SSD. Could these be corrupt? https://community.spiceworks.com/topic/565680-help-with-windows-7-bootlog-did-not-load-driver Maybe they cause the unusual waiting time: TextDid not load driver \SystemRoot\SysWow64\Drivers\ntiomin.SYS Did not load driver \SystemRoot\System32\Drivers\NDProxy.SYS Did not load driver \SystemRoot\System32\Drivers\NDProxy.SYS Did not load driver \SystemRoot\System32\Drivers\NDProxy.SYS Did not load driver
Everything else is just my desktop - I'm not sure what value there would be in showing that.As to the checking to see if the sys files are there, I'm a Once everything is up and running it is fine. But I think that only the srtspx64.sys is a Norton file.And the files seem to load fine - the issue seems to be that Windows is trying to load these files alz_solsticeAug 21, 2014, 5:58 AM It is a Norton file, are you using the latest Norton?
Before, the only drivers that showed up on this list were the USB Multimedia Keyboard, EP1, EP2, and the USB Composite Device (whatever that is.) Everything was working fine so I https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?71249-NDProxy-sys-Win7-slow-boot Scan the virus in safe mode due to some malware may disguises itself as the driver. 4. This guy posted a youtube video, with exactly the same problem I'm experiencing. Thanks.
BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! http://winhq.net/did-not/did-not-load-driver-windows-7.html Solved: Diagnose startup/boot hang Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Ramanuman, Aug 30, 2010. It load if no other video drivers would so you could 'see'. If we have ever helped you in the past, please consider helping us.
If they aren't, save those files away and delete them again, one at a time, VLC first probably as it should be into the 'system' as much as Sun's program. Proposed as answer by Simon Wang_Moderator Tuesday, November 03, 2015 8:59 AM Marked as answer by Kate LiMicrosoft contingent staff, Moderator Thursday, November 05, 2015 2:25 AM Monday, October 26, 2015 Happy hunting. -jonH 0 Serrano OP Stefan X Sep 28, 2014 at 8:16 UTC hey JonH, I narrowed the issue to a faulty new RAID-5 box, which takes http://winhq.net/did-not/did-not-load-driver-ndproxy-sys.html So; now for the big questions. Did you do an in-place Operating System upgrade on this system? That can explain drivers not loading for programs that are not compatible with the new
Stay logged in Sign up now! If it booted fine and then starts failing again, I'd be looking for a h/w problem. NoSparks Reports: · Posted 4 years ago Top ispalten Posts: 6259 This post has been reported. Even if disabling bios features would fix it that is a workaround and not how it should be.
Everything runs fine, except for occasional hang ups at startup. Both programs have been uninstalled but the stall on the welcome screen still persists. To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. check over here I suggest you follow the steps below to fix the issue. 1.
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! I would appreciate any help sorting this up! Thread Status: Not open for further replies. Quite ridicolous.
anyone? We have a different Time Zone ksjazzguitarAug 20, 2014, 5:28 PM OK,I had already done sfc /scannow earlier for an earlier problem but did it again for thoroughness - still completed I'd put back both of the uninstalled programs and see if it works again myself. If SFC tool failed to repair, you have to fix it manually.
I am then offered to start Windows normally or let Windows attempt a startup repair. The other times it boots just fine and very fast. Text Quote Post |Replace Attachment Add link Text to display: Where should this link go? Please try the request again.
normal stuff... It allows your computer to communicate with hardware or connected devices. If anybody would be generous enough to offer advice, I'd greatly appreciate. Scan the virus in safe mode due to some malware may disguises itself as the driver. 4.
GG intel controller. It could also be worth trying to uninstall the current driver and install an older one to test. (The release before the current) Best regards Andreas MolinAndreas Molin | Site: www.guidestomicrosoft.com All hardware is known working. Also, if the issue occurred recently and the steps above doesn’t work, you can perform system restore to let the PC back to the normal point.