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Memory Integrity off - ssudbus.sys Driver

memory integrity ssudbus.sys device vulnerable

Best Answer RuiPedro , 11 September 2022 - 01:19 PM

Well... I got rid of them... I Went to Device manager, in menu "View" clicked show hidden devices and view devices by driver, this way I can see the name of the file.Right click, remove the dr... Go to the full post »


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Your last pic does show Samsung software from some twelve years ago but for some reason there was new Samsung software saved to the archaic folder yesterday, the said data may have been intended for the Samsung SSD so you need to be real careful.

 

 

Create a new system restore point.

 

To protect the data on the Samsung drive take the D:drive offline " how to " here

 

Run the uninstaller.

 

Restart the computer to see if the issue is still present, if not go to the step below;

 

Put D: back online.

 

Post back with an update for us.


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Posting some pics, instead of writing:

 

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so... it did nothing, the files are still there and the problem persists...

 

OMG.. What a challenge.. sorry for all this... :headhurt:


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Try revouninstaller (free) download from here

 

Make sure that the D: drive is still offline and if revo does not help leave the D: drive offline and post back.


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This one I Know :) I use Revo for all my uninstalls and it does not show up there. Rechecked!


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Oh God... I Made something that hope it was not stupid.... I Used the hunter mode in revo and deleted 2 Registry entries and all the files in that dir... but the drivers are still being loaded... :wacko:


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Well... I got rid of them...

 

I Went to Device manager, in menu "View" clicked show hidden devices and view devices by driver, this way I can see the name of the file.

Right click, remove the driver and they are gone forever! :D I hope....

 

In the first place, I would like you to know, that I am very grateful for your help and your time on this. Also, I would like you to apologize for sometimes doing more than you asked me to do, I believe that this can be annoying and make your work harder...

 

Again, Thank You! You can close the topic.


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Apologies for the late reply but glad to hear that you got it sorted and and thank you for letting us know how  :thumbsup:

 

You are welcome and thanks  :)


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