Windows 10: EVENT ID 7000 The IOMap service failed to start Solved

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  1. Posts : 15
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       11 Feb 2017 #11

    Alright I solved that 7026 event: that was saying cdrom and dam

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    This the solution

    Can you check the following registry key:
    At that registry key, in the right window, try changing the value data of Start to 3
    That would change to startup state to "Manual" which I believe would be the default if there is no DVD/CD ROM.

    I have used for cdrom and dam set those to 3 and it dissapeared. But the event error 700 still exist here is a print screen after a restart.

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  2. Posts : 15
    Windows 10 PRO 64Bit
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       11 Feb 2017 #12

    This is my regedit for this IOMap

    as you can see its missing the path and I have checked system32/drivers its not there no the question is where can I get it from ;/ and put it there ;/

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    Plus it is saying system could not find the file.

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    so the question is now where can I get it from ;/
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  3.    11 Feb 2017 #13

    Hi guys, same error here, no one was able to solve it?

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  4. Posts : 15
    Windows 10 PRO 64Bit
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       11 Feb 2017 #14

    Yeah you have the same issue, no I cannot figure it out;/ STUPID error.

    Question do you have this file called IOMap64.sys in windows/system32/drivers ? can you locate it? Let me know.
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  5. Posts : 6,975
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1709
       11 Feb 2017 #15

    Well that is interesting Romas and you both have Asus boards. Now Romas I recalled you said you did not install Asus Suite.

    I think you will find this article interesting. Appears the file very well is part of the Asus Suite III and could be called by other Asus software. Certainly you can look on disk they provided.

    So the course seems to be to install this suite. Being an Asus owner I know there is a huge debate out there as to using or not using, that it causes errors, that it doesn't.

    System lockup related to IOMap64.sys - Motherboards
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  6. Posts : 15
    Windows 10 PRO 64Bit
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       12 Feb 2017 #16

    Yeah am not so sure now about that asus suite i read tons of problems that people are having when installed.

    I rather have one event error in my event viewer and stable system than having a messed up system whit tons of performance issues and removing the iomap64.sys error. Its just saying that he cannot find the file on a windows startup thats all so you dont need it. Its not throwing that event every minute, its just on a startup.

    I can live with that. I really dont want to install asus suite because it sounds crazy:/ people are having really bad issues. One person in forums mentioned please people dont install asus suite its a very bad piece of software.

    Anyways - I just curious Ken what if I would delete that reg folder from regedit which called IOMap ?

    Do you think something will go very wrong? I mean either way I am not using it.... can you advice on it please or should I just leave ot as it is?

    Thank you
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  7. Posts : 6,975
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1709
       12 Feb 2017 #17

    I wish I could answer 100%.

    Here are some options. All start with create a restore point. May be even a full Image. (safety first) Have bootable media just in case.

    1) Find file on Asus disk and place on system. Test.

    2) See if you can determine if a program on your startup tab is making call and if you really need whatever it is starting. It will be Asus product.

    3) Run Autoruns (part of sysinternals) and under the drivers tab unclick that line making call.

    3) Back up registry, delete key. Reboot and see what happens.
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  •    13 Feb 2017 #18

    Hi there, just wanted to provide a potential solution for the iomap64.sys issue.
    I have asus prim z270-a, windows 7, and was encountering the very same issue with iomap64.sys. After what I did, the event error seems to be gone. Here's what I did.
    First, install AI suit 3. This had to be done.
    Second, go to 'c:\windows\system32\drivers' See if you have the 'IOMap64.sys' in there after you've installed AIsuit3 and have it running. If not, go to the driver disc coming with your mobo and search for that .sys file and copy it there.
    Third, right click aisuit3 on your taskbar and check enable at startup.
    Fourth, restart.

    This solved my problem. Don't know if it's gonna help you guys on win10. Worth a try.

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  • Posts : 15
    Windows 10 PRO 64Bit
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       13 Feb 2017 #19

    mrsfatboy - sorry so driver disc coming what is that? Where I can find it? So that sys file is on the drivers disc somewhere or what, did not quite get it

    Thank you.
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  • Posts : 6,975
    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1709
       13 Feb 2017 #20

    Did you get a disk with your Motherboard? That was my first suggestion in post #17.

    You could always get Asus Suite 3 from Asus and unzip package. Likely in there.
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