Windows 10: Windows 10 64 bit PRO - IRSTRSV event id 0

Discus and support Windows 10 64 bit PRO - IRSTRSV event id 0 in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; Windows 8.1 64bit PRO updated to Windows 10 PRO - intel rst 14.5.2.1088 by station-drivers I see this irstrtsv error in the Event Viewer. id... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by Beppe75, Aug 4, 2015.

  1. Beppe75 Win User

    Windows 10 64 bit PRO - IRSTRSV event id 0


    Windows 8.1 64bit PRO updated to Windows 10 PRO - intel rst 14.5.2.1088 by station-drivers


    I see this irstrtsv error in the Event Viewer.

    id event 0

    The description for Event ID 0 from source irstrtsv cannot be found. Either the component that raises this event is not installed on your local computer, or the installation is corrupted. You can install or repair the component on the local computer.

    "Error: Unable to read LBA sector directly. : The parameter is incorrect."

    I do not see a performance issue due to the error.

    This irstrtsv error occurs when the system starts, there is a cluster of 5 errors every few seconds, then repeats every 2/3 minutes with another cluster of 5 irstrtsv errors and continues until I shut it down.


    I tried to uninstall and reinstall irst and also install older versions 13 and 12 but always with the same problem




    Mainboard: Asus Z87 deluxe
    RST driver installed: intel rst 14.5.2.1088
    bios mode: RAID
    HDD: 2 SSD + 3 HDD (2TB) RAID 5

    :)
     
    Beppe75, Aug 4, 2015
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  2. Very slow boot time with Windows 10 Pro on SSD

    I recently updated my Windows 8.1 64-bit laptop to Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit then upgraded to Windows 10 Pro 64-bit. The change has increased the boot time from 10-15 seconds to around 80 seconds. The laptop boots, does the POST, displays the Windows loading
    gimble, then sits there with a blank screen until the login screen appears and I can login; the login is quick. Once the laptop is up and running it's as quick as before, it's just the total boot up time that's increased 5 times.

    The event IDs I see are sometimes a bit random but the one thing I see regularly are Kernel-Boot events 18, 32, 25 and 27 in that order. The time taken from the event preceding Kernel-Boot event ID 18 to Kernel-Boot event ID 18 being logged is usually about
    70 seconds.

    Kernel-Boot Event ID 27 - The boot type was 0x1.

    Kernel-Boot Event ID 25 - The boot menu policy was 0x1.

    Kernel-Boot Event ID 32 - The bootmgr spent 0 ms waiting for user input.

    Kernel-Boot Event ID 28 - There are 0x1 boot options on this system.

    BTHUSB Event ID 18 - Windows cannot store Bluetooth authentication codes (link keys) on the local adapter. Bluetooth keyboards might not work in the system BIOS during start-up.

    So in this case the time delay between BTHUSB Event ID 18 and Kernel-Boot Event ID 18 was 72 seconds. I get regular events logged about my bluetooth adapter not supporting low power options, but that's usual and has happened since Windows 7, so I don't
    think that's it. I've updated all the drivers I can find and the laptop is on the latest BIOS. Before the upgrades the boot time was very quick so I doubt this is a hardware issue.

    HP ENVY 14, Intel i7 (8 processors), 8GB RAM and Samsung SSD 840 EVO 1TB.
     
    Super Graham, Aug 4, 2015
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  3. Mike_884 Win User
    Event 7031 System Control Manager

    There is a link in the Windows EightForums, where the procedure is offered to solve 10016 errors.

    (thread: Numerous event id 10016 errors win 8 pro 64 bit)

    Solved - Numerous event id 10016 errors win 8 pro 64 bit

    I have followed that procedure and the errors for a few CLSID and APPID stopped.

    The errors for CLSID {C2F03A33-21F5-47FA-B4BB-156362A2F239} and APPID {316CDED5-E4AE-4B15-9113-7055D84DCC97}, those I didn't manage to solve though.

    =
     
    Mike_884, Aug 4, 2015
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  4. Skalli Win User

    Windows 10 64 bit PRO - IRSTRSV event id 0

    Makes sense. 5 drives, going to sleep after a few minutes and then woken up by Intel's Rapid Start Technology. If you don't need it, disable it or post it to the Intel forums. Also see this post: Intel Rapid Start (irstrtsv.exe) keeps waking s... | Intel Communities
     
    Skalli, Aug 4, 2015
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  5. Beppe75 Win User
    you are right,


    The origin of the issue is Intel Rapid Start Technology, not Intel Rapid Storage !!!

    excuse me
     
    Beppe75, Apr 5, 2018
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