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    start driver issue

    I went looking in my Event Viewer and I see an issue under the Custom > Administrative Events section. It appears that every time I start my computer this error appears in the log

    The following boot-start or system-start driver(s) failed to load:
    mv61xx

    Now to me it looks like the Marvell driver I once used on my board (Asus P6T Deluxe v2), but since then I uninstalled it. But maybe I am reading this wrong. Is there a way to fix this?

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    Use Autoruns (Logon tab) or WhatInStartup to display and manage what is started when you boot the system.

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    Okay here is what they show
    AutoRuns - under the logon tab there are 4 entries. Two are self explanitory; Comodo and Avira. But the other two both Windows Mail which I do not use; I use Thunderbird.

    WhatInStartup - here it just shows the two I know of; Comodo and Avira
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    I also check on two other computers and in the event log I also found an error there; but for a different version of Marvell. Those show mv91xx so this looks like it has something to do with the Marvell controller where I once use to use the eSATA ports, but now I do not use them at all and never plan to.

    What do you think?
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    It definitely is the marvel Driver. If you're not using it or everything is working OK, I would ignore the error. The Event viewer has a number of entries that don't affect the way the system runs. If you want to try to remove the error, download AutoRuns and run it. Click on the drivers tab and see if you see an entry for MV61xx and uncheck it.

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    Thanks Jerry, I ran it and found the entry as you mentioned. It does give me the location, should I delete the driver file from within Windows or does AutoRun do that by unchecking it as you mentioned? I am not familiar with AutoRun and how it works, great tool though.
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    Unchecking the entry will move the entry from Windows to another spot from which it can be restored if you recheck it. If you want to permanently delete it, right click on the entry and choose delete. I wouldn't do this until I unchecked the item, rebooted and verified the system runs OK.

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    Will do, thanks Jerry
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    So far after a day of running my system with this "unchecked" no issues. I also double checked the BIOS and the setting in there is "disabled". When I uninstalled the drivers I disabled it in the BIOS back then.

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