OS: Windows Vista Ultimate x64
I had downloaded and installed the most recent versoin of AnyDvd for the 30 day trial run. The first 20 days or so it worked very well.
But for a couple of days now I have reinstalled it and everytime i reboot and it attempts to initiallize the program I get the BSOD with it saying that a corrupted file is trying to access the kernal registry. and it names ElbyCDIO.sys. I have downloaded the program several times to try and get new install files.
But I think this either came before I recieved a BSOD involving my Realtek Ethernet driver. But that problem is fixed now.
I did run the verifier program and i’m not sure if that would have done anything.
I unable to find the ElbyCDIO.dll or the ElbyCDIO.sys anywhere on my computer.
What could be the issue?
Thank you for you time.