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BSOD CAUSED BY stdriver64.sys! Try This Fix :)


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Try This Fix!

This will Prevent Further Error Plus The No Sound After Attempting to delete stdriver64.sys

Just Follow the Instruction Below

Hope this will help you. . .

 

BSOD Issue with stdriver64.sys

 

Here is the fix: the stdriver64.sys is installed by NCH Software. You may not even know it is on your system as it is downloaded and installed with several different sound recording programs. Anyway, go to www.nch.com.au/soundtap/index.html and download the SoundTap Program. It is a small file and it's free... you are going to be uninstalling it anyway. Install the program ignoring ANY errors you may encounter. DO NOT reboot the system. Now, go into control panel and Add Remove Programs or Programs and features and uninstall the SoundTap Program, again ignoring any errors. After it is uninstalled, then reboot the machine. After you reboot, you will see that the stdriver64 (or 32) is no longer in your Windows/system32/drivers folder. This will NOT AFFECT your sound card as it does when you remove or rename the stdriver64.sys file. Installing the program and uninstalling it sets the correct registry setting allowing removal of the file without affecting your system sound. Next you need to go to your registry...go to Start...Run and type "regedit" (without quotes) ensure that your registry is collapsed so you see five "HKEYS"...now just click on and highlight "Computer"...then go to the top and click Edit...then FIND. Type in NCH Software and click "Find Next" Delete the first and any folder that says NCH in it...using the F3 key...go to the next found folder and delete them all. Ensure you delete the entire folder on the left tree and not just the individual keys within the folder. You will probably find 3 to 4 folders....delete all. Again reboot and your BSOD will be solved as it relates to stdriver64.sys.

 

Source: http://www.w7forums.com/threads/blue-screen-after-sleep-mode.11048/

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  • 5 years later...

The suggested solution presumes that one doesn't use the SoundTap application. I have used it successfully since Windows XP days. I am now using Windows10. I had an issue with the stdriver64.sys driver for the first time only this morning, after a Windows 10 update last night. For this reason, I suspect that there is an incompatibility between the stdriver64.sys and a new Microsoft component. And it wouldn't be the first time that a Microsoft update has ignored compatibility with other software applications when pushing out an update.

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If you have the program sound recorder installed on your system, follow these steps:
Reinstall the same program sound recorder , then install the "Revo Uninstaller" program and uninstall the sound recorder program in advanced mode(including registry and files, etc.) and uninstall and reinstall the sound driver card (preferably the old version and then the update) and in Finally reset your system ...

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If you have the program sound recorder installed on your system, follow these steps:
Reinstall the same program sound recorder , then install the "Revo Uninstaller" program and uninstall the sound recorder program in advanced mode(including registry and files, etc.) and uninstall and reinstall the sound driver card (preferably the old version and then the update) and in Finally reset your system ...

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