Last night I was doing some driver updating, mainly going to Intel RST 12.5 and a few other changes. One of them being setting up Intel Rapid Start on my system. Everything went fine after one reboot I was able to sleep the system and wake it up with out issue. Shortly there after though on the second reboot I received a BOSD error relating to "Knowndll verification failure". Now I am stuck at this situation, I know I could probably reinstall windows after wiping the volumes but I really would like to avoid having to do that. Below are a few more pieces of information about my system
Windows 7 SP2 Professional edition
Board: ROG Maximus GENE V
CPU: Intel 3750k
RAM: 16 gigs
On Intel controller: 2x Intel 80gb SSD in a RAID 0 (windows boot drive), 1x Patriot 60gb SSD
Asmedia controller: 2x 2TB WD drives
Currently the 2x Intels are in a RAID 0 with the rapid start partition on the Patriot 60 gig.
I have access to the raid drive with what seems like all the information is there and intact, chksdk reports no errors on the boot drive. I can boot off a USB to bootable copy of windows xp and see all the files including the Windows directory. The system currently does not see any restore points on the drive.
I would really like to avoid having to reinstall Windows on this system. Is there anyway I could uninstall RST and Rapid Start just from getting access to the drive to see if I can boot with out those pieces in play. I have tried using utilities to disable the Intel RST driver but it still results in the BOSD. Are there any suggestions or getting the system booting again?