What would cause such an error

\SystemRoot\System32\Drivers\TSISTRM.sys device driver could not be loaded.  Error status was 0x0000034

I got this error after installing a new video driver.  I have since removed the video driver and using a different driver the Nvidia 30.30

But this error popups up only on startup, once I click on okay then it goes away.  Until the machine is rebooted again.  Other than that message everything else is fine.

I hoping that it is a registry setting that I can just delete however I am unsure.

I also wonder if this message which comes from the event viewer is related to error message also:
The DriverLINX Port I/O Driver service failed to start due to the following error:
The system cannot find the file specified.  

I would like to know to resolve these error messages

Thanks
StriderAsked:
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tonnybrandtConnect With a Mentor Commented:
This article mentions your error:
http://www.laplink.com/support/kb/article.asp?ID=243
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cookreCommented:
It certainly sounds like they're connected, but, since DriverLINX Port I/O is a shareware port driver, I doubt a commercial video driver would use it.

In any case, go to Start/Programs/Administrative Tools\Services and change the service that's failing from 'Automatic' to 'Manual'.  Since file names don't appear in the open Services list, you'll have to look at the properties of likely candidates to verify the file name.
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StriderAuthor Commented:
I have looked but could not find anything that references the diver or a service releated to it

any more suggestions

Thanks
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cookreCommented:
There might be a load from the Registry.  Use RegEdit and do a search for TSISTRM.
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tonnybrandtCommented:
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StriderAuthor Commented:
YES, YES, YES

Thaks alot, for that suggestion.  I would never had thought of Laplink causes the issue as I have not used it in whole year since installing it.  

I can only assume that you had been thru this before?

Thanks again.

I figured that when I tried the Omega Drivers for my Nvidia video card, laplink is not compatible with those drivers.  Thnaks again.
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tonnybrandtCommented:
No i haven't. It was a simple search on the internet that revealed those links, and they seemed to apply to your problem.

But i'm, glad they fixed your problem.

Regards
Tonny
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StriderAuthor Commented:
Gee makes me feel silly for asking the question.  A simple search and you found it, thanks again though.
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