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Corrupted Drivers that can't be fixed... :(

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I'm far from being a newbie - quite the oposite, but i couldn't find a solution for this problem which in theory should be simple to solve... so - no shame in puting my pride aside and asking (i guess):

http://imgur.com/a/rPAq8 (screenshots)

As you can see above, my optical unit has that corupted driver error (code 3) same as the others ones, which translated in:

The driver for this device might be corrupted, or your system may be running low on memory or other resources. (Code 3)

...the resources are definitly not a problem - have more than enough... as for those drivers... i uninstaled them and at least 5 times and keep geting this error on every try:




...i even tried a previous back-up but that didn't solve either... only option left would be the old "reinstall windows" like we did in the '90's... but my optical units have that problem as whell..... Any other ideeas, besides puting Windows on a stick and installing it from there... which is a last resort? frown.gif
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Unfortunately I don't have any other suggestions. I love a fresh install of windows a do one a few times a year for fun. I also find that installing from a USB3.0 stick to an SSD means I can install windows in 10-15 mins. I love it, really.
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did you try using some kind of a driver cleaner to remove them sometimes manual removal leaves little bits here.
Which makes the new ones corrupt as well.
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Hey, good idea!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by vedaire View Post

did you try using some kind of a driver cleaner to remove them sometimes manual removal leaves little bits here.
Which makes the new ones corrupt as well.

Yes... tried almost everything... finally gived up and went with a former Disk Image i made after installing Win the 1'st time - which obviously solved the problem.

Thanks for support.
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