Note: Create a backup copy of the RegHook.sys file before replacing it.
Copy the attached (RegHook.sys) driver file to the following location and overwrite pre-existing version:<system drive>\Windows\System32\drivers folder
Open Regedit and create the following DWORD value (set the Value Data to “0”): HKLM\System\CurremtControlSet\Services\RegHook\Parameters\RH_FreeSyncProcRequests
Restore the original RegHook.sys file to the following locations:<system drive>\Windows\System32\drivers folder
Open Regedit and delete HKLM\System\CurremtControlSet\Services\RegHook\Parameters\RH_FreeSyncProcRequests
Fixed Issues in This File Drop
The following are the currently reported fixes included in SWS 6.1 SP8 FD3. If additional information about an issue is available, it is possible to access this by clicking the Article ID link. (Note: N/A = Not Available)
Users with drives mapped in multiple domains get BSOD in RegHook.sys when logging off and back on
NOTE: This BSOD is a rare symptom that only occurs when numerous variables affect the timing and order of system startup in a specific way. Most customers do not experience this problem. This File Drop is only recommended if you are experiencing the BSOD described.