Lbd.sys is a Lavasoft Ad-Aware driver, while nvraid.sys is an nvidia raid driver.
FWIW: If you adjust your viewing options, you can see the full file name, rather than just the first portion of it...as is reflected on your original post. Doing so makes it a lot easier to figure out what file is being referenced, since various types of files may possibly have the same initial portion of a given filename.http://www.fileinfo.com/help/windows-show-extensions.html
The error message either relates to installed drivers which need to be replaced...or they relate to items which have been removed from yur system but which have startup pointers.
If Ad-Aware is currently installed...I suggest that you uninstall it...then reinstall it with a more current version from the Lavasoft website.
If Ad-Aware is not currently installed...download/install AutoRuns for Windows - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinte...s/bb963902.aspx
. Take a look at the Logon tab only
If you see anything on the list that relates to Ad-Aware or Lavasoft...disable it by removing the check mark.
The nvraid.sys driver...are you running a RAID configuration?
FWIW: I have an nVidia chipset on this system, but I don't have a nvraid.sys file installed and I don't use the RAID capability of the motherboard.
So I would check the BIOS to see how yours is set up.
Edited to remove unintended comment.