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Intelide.sys And Pciidex.sys

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#1 hipockt


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Posted 16 September 2008 - 08:27 AM

Hi, Got a major problem with Vista...I boot into the repair screen but cannot repair the problem (IntelIDE.sys and PCIIDEX.sys corrupted). I was going to try using a boot CD with the files and try to replace the bad ones. Anybody have any ideas. Could sure use the help.


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Posted 16 September 2008 - 02:24 PM

Where does it tell you that there's a problem with these files? In the Startup Repair process?
Can you boot into normal or Safe Mode?
What are the other symptoms that you're experiencing?
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Posted 08 June 2011 - 08:19 PM

When I experienced this issue, I don't think the problem lied with either of the mentioned .sys files. I used another computer to restore those files and nothing happened.

I noticed that there was a hibernation file on my hard drive, and since I never use hibernation I thought it may be part of the issue so I deleted it, and the computer worked fine.

What I think the issue was, my nephew had been playing with my computer, and I think he pressed the power button (It's the biggest and shiniest) and when it didn't do anything (because it was gathering information for hibernation), he held it down and shut it off, essentially corrupting the hibernation file.

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