Drivers causing Windows to resume slowly WUDfrd.sys

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  1. Sapwood

    Sapwood New Member

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    Hello. I'm new and would like some advice/help with my Dell Inspiron 1545.

    Windows 7 Home Premium, Service Pack 1
    Pentium Dual-Core CPU T4200 @ 2.00GHz
    4.00 GB
    64-bit Operating System

    This error keeps coming up and keeps making startup time very lengthy or not at all.

    Log Name: Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance/Operational
    Source: Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance
    Date: 30/04/2012 21:11:10
    Event ID: 351
    Task Category: Standby Performance Monitoring
    Level: Error
    Keywords: Event Log
    User: LOCAL SERVICE
    Description:
    This driver responded slower than expected to the resume request while servicing this device:
    Driver File Name : \Driver\WUDFRd
    Driver Friendly Name : Windows Driver Foundation - User-mode Driver Framework Reflector
    Driver Version : 6.1.7601.17514 (win7sp1_rtm.101119-1850)
    Driver Total Time : 513ms
    Driver Degradation Time : 113ms
    Incident Time (UTC) : ‎2012‎-‎04‎-‎30T19:14:47.169510800Z
    Device Name : WpdBusEnumRoot\UMB\2&37c186b&0&STORAGE#VOLUME#_??_USBSTOR#DISK&VEN_GENERIC-&PROD_MULTI-CARD&REV_1.00#00000#
    Device Friendly Name : RTS5121LUN0
    Device Total Time : 513ms
    Device Degradation Time : 113ms


    ALSO:

    Log Name: Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance/Operational
    Source: Microsoft-Windows-Diagnostics-Performance
    Date: 01/05/2012 22:03:00
    Event ID: 101
    Task Category: Boot Performance Monitoring
    Level: Error
    Keywords: Event Log
    User: LOCAL SERVICE
    Description:
    This application took longer than usual to start up, resulting in a performance degradation in the system startup process:
    File Name : MsMpEng.exe
    Friendly Name : Antimalware Service Executable
    Version : 4.0.1526.0
    Total Time : 64125ms
    Degradation Time : 56625ms
    Incident Time (UTC) : ‎2012‎-‎05‎-‎01T19:59:28.749600400Z





    I tried editing the register and I tried updating my drivers (no yellow triangles) but nothing has helped.

    Thank you!!
     
  2. kemical

    kemical Windows Forum Admin Staff Member Premium Supporter Microsoft MVP

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    It sounds like your files have become a corrupted slightly. Try system restore or run the file checker. Right click cmd prompt, then type:
    sfc/scannow then press enter.. Hopefully the file checker will run through and repair any corrupted files.
    The last file you mention is related to Windows defender. Have you considered installing Microsoft Security Essentials? It's basically the same but much better:

    Microsoft Security Essentials - Free Antivirus for Windows
     
  3. Sapwood

    Sapwood New Member

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    Hola! Thank you for the response.

    I really want to avoid system restore since my last restore point is quite a while back...

    I recently uninstalled Microsoft Security Essentials since it was slowing my comp down massively when I would boot. I had to boot in safe mode and try restarting with programs one at a time to see what the problem was and MSE was the main issue. I currently have ZoneAlarm, Avast, and another--all of which work without any gliches.

    Ran the scan: "Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations"
     
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    kemical Windows Forum Admin Staff Member Premium Supporter Microsoft MVP

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    Hmm... I'm intrigued as to why MSE was slowing your system so much but then when you mentioned how many security apps your running then it's perhaps the reason why.. When I used MSE, the only other app I used was malwarebytes and I'd strongly suggest you cut back on some of yours. Your system will run far better without them.
     
  5. Sapwood

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    Thanks for the advice.

    I still wish I knew what WUDfrd.sys was doing and how I can kill it... Oh well. :)
     
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    kemical Windows Forum Admin Staff Member Premium Supporter Microsoft MVP

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