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I have an error message in the system event viewer. Error event 7026 - The following boot-start or system start driver(s) failed to load: intellde. I haven't noticed anything unusual, but this error keeps popping up. Thanks.
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Try reinstalling your Chipset Drivers from www.intel.com.

Think it is probably intelide, not intelLde.....

Look in the registry under HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services, and look for the intellde value. Please give us more info on whats listed...Also, you can probably change the start type to 4 without any adverse side effects.....
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