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memito

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My computer is running very slow; after running some diagnostics I got
this message:

"Drivers causing Windows to resume slowly: WUFRD.sys" located on
C:\Windows\system32\drivers

I know this file should not just be deleted. When I get home I'm going
to use the RESTORE option ( I did that yesterday without luck but I'll try
it again )and see if that takes care of the problem

Any other suggestions in case RESTORE doesn't work?
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The WUDFRD.sys is a Windows system file that gets associated with some other programs.

Have you recently installed any programs?
Are you having any problems with any programs.
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There was program installed in my computer with a date of 6/4/2010; I started
having problems with my computer a day or two later. I can't remember the name of it but I removed to see if that solved the problem but it didn't.

I did not install that program myself, I assumed it came with a Windows update.
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If your spelling is correct...
WUFRD.sys is not a Windows file.
WUDFRD.sys mentioned by 123Runner is a Windows file.

WUFRD.sys seems to belong to Zune software. Do you have it installed?
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No I have never used Zune or downloaded its software.

I did remove some additional software that I had previously installed (Roxio's
VHS to DVD software). It took about 1 hour and 20 minutes to remove the
software and of course it didn't solve the problem.

I'm going to try to run RESTORE again, this time running it from a CD.
If that doesn't work I'll have to install Windows again.
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