post #11 of 11
You have two options as described by me and by Sean.

One way to fix it is to reinstall Windows as I said, or as Sean said and provided instruction for, you could do a registry edit and reboot the PC.

But you re-installed in RAID mode so that's fine.

Your driver problem may have been caused by a camera or cellphone connected to the PC when you installed or after you installed Windows. For some reason they can cause a Windows service to fail.

For a good description and instructions to fix it see post #6 in this thread: http://www.sevenforums.com/drivers/268212-driver-driver-wudfrd-failed-load-device-error.html

If that's not it let us know.