Thanks for the fast reply.
I did a scannow check and didnt find anything (Swedish copy n paste below saying roughly Scanning of the system started, Verification status 100%
No integrity "flaws" found) C:\Windows\system32>sfc /scannow
Skanning av systemet påbörjas. D
Verifieringsfasen av systemgenom
Verifieringsförlopp: 100 %.
Inga integritetsbrott hittades.
I searched for the three files that needed to be updated, as you said. 1. secdrv.SYS:
I had no luck with this one, I found out that it was a Macrovision file, and I constantly got forwarded to Rovi - Digital Entertainment Technology Leader - Digital Content Management and Discovery
This site wanted me to subscribe to give me any information at all, and I couldnt get any hits when searching for drivers
. Didn't appear to be a legit site, so I left it alone. LVUSBS64.sys:
This one was easy, after some googeling I found out that it was a logitech driver
. And since Logitech has an autodetect feature for drivers on their support site I had no problems in downloading the correct one. Rtnic64.sys:
I am pretty sure that this is the one causing it all. Since I only have problems when I am playing LAN.
I have tried multiple times to update the realtek drivers for my integrated network card but failed.
This is the information I got Copyright Information Copyright (C) 2003-2008 Realtek Semiconductor Corporation
Product Name Realtek 10/100 NIC Family all in one NDIS Driver
Product Version 6,109,0530,2008
Vendor's Name Realtek Semiconductor Corporation
I downloaded the Win 7 (32/64) auto installation program from Realtek
and installed it. But I am sure that was the one I had before, cause I downloaded it just a month ago, and it's released 2009.
Do you know any known issues with realtek network drivers, and do you know if I can remove this macrovision in any way ?