For those who are currently facing the error Rt64win7.sys, you can follow these troubleshooting instructions to fix the issue. All the steps are listed in the recommended order of execution. You can try the first one and move to another and so on if the first one is not working.
Method 1: Restore the PC back to the newest restore point, snapshot, or backup image before error appeared
If you want to start the System Restore on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10, here are the steps that you should follow:
- The first thing that you will need to do is to hit the Windows Start button.
- Then, enter “System Restore” in the search box and press Enter.
- The next thing that you will have to do is to find the System Restore in the search results and click it.
- When it is clicked, please follow the steps in the System Restore Wizard to select a relevant restore point.
- Lastly, restore the computer to that backup image.
If Method 1 fails to fix the Rt64win7.sys error, you can try the Method 2 below.
Method 2: If you are recently installed 3DP Net or the other related software, uninstall it then try reinstalling 3DP Net software
The software called 3DP Net is able to be installed on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 by following these steps:
- Firstly, hit the Windows Start button.
- Enter “Uninstall” in the search box and then press Enter.
- Then, find and click the Add or Remove Programs in the search results.
- After that, find the entry for 3DP Net 18.12 and click Uninstall.
- In the end, you can follow the prompts for uninstallation.
Once the software has been fully uninstalled, you will need to restart the computer and reinstall the 3DP Net software.
If this Method 2 is also not working, please move to the Method 3 below.
Method 3: Do a Windows Update
In case the first two methods have not fixed the issue, it might be better for you to run Windows Update. A lot of error messages of the Rt64win7.sys that are occurring can be attributed to the outdated Windows Operating System. In order to run Windows Update, please follow these following instructions:
- First of all, you will need to press the Windows Start button.
- Then, type “Update” in the search box and hit Enter
- When you are in the Windows Update dialog box, you will have to click Check for Updates. The thing might be similar depending on the Windows version that you have.
- Please click the Install Updates button if the updates are available to download.
- Once the update is done, you can restart the PC.
If after trying all the three methods above the Rt64win7.sys error message is still there, please proceed to the next step. Keep in mind that this final step is recommended for the advanced PC users only.
- At the beginning, you will need to find the version of the Windows operating system that you use in the list located below Download Rt64win7.sys Files.
- Then, click the appropriate Download Now button and download the file of your Windows version.
- Once the process of downloading is complete, copy the file to the appropriate 3DP Net folder location:
- Windows 10: C:\3DP\Net\Realtek\Gigabit\764\
- Windows 7: C:\Windows\System32\DriverStore\FileRepository\netrtx64.inf_amd64_neutral_410e89e
- Finally, restart the computer.
In case this last option is also not working as you are still facing the error, the only remaining option is to do a clean installation of Windows 10.
You need to know that reinstalling Windows will take time and advanced tasks to fix the Rt64win7.sys issues. If you want to avoid the data loss, you need to make sure that you have backed up all the important documents, software installers, pictures, and the other personal data before starting the process. If you are not currently backing up the data, please do it now.
Rt64win7.sys is the kind of Realtek 8125/8136/8168/8169 NDIS 6.20 64-bit Driver file. This one is usually used in Realtek 8125/8136/8168 PCI/PCLe Adapters that are developed by 3DP. The SYS file extension is used by the file and is considered a Win64 EXE (Driver) file.
On July 22, 2009, the first Rt64win7.sys for Windows 7 was released. The newest version for 3DP Net 18.12 called version 7.122.0828.2018 was released on December 03, 2018. This file is included with 3DP Net 18.12 and Windows 7.
General Information about Rt64win7.sys:
- File Name: Rt64win7.sys
- File Extension: SYS.file extension
- Description: Realtek 8125/8136/8168/8169 NDIS 6.20 64-bit Driver
- Object File Type: Driver
- File Operating system: windows NT 32-bit
- MIME Type: application/octet-stream
- Software developer: Realtek
- Software Program: 8125/8136/8168/8169 PCI/PCIe Adapters
- Legal Copyright: Copyright (C) 2018 Realtek Semiconductor Corporation. All Right Reserved
- Character Set: Unicode
- Language Code: Neutral
- File Flags: Private build
- File Flags Mask: 0x003f
- Entry Point: 0x106270
- Code Size: 1032192
There are a few reasons that make the Rt64win7.sys error occur. Most of them concerning SYS files involve BSOD or Blue Screen of Death errors. These kinds of errors can be caused by corrupt drivers, hardware issues, outdated firmware, or the other errors with software. Some of the error messages that you might get include:
- Windows failed to start – Rt64win7.sys
- Rt64win7.sys failed to load
- Rt64win7.sys could not be found
- The file Rt64win7.sys is missing or corrupt
When you get the BSOD or Blue Screen of Death errors, it is a must to fix it. In most cases, you will get the Rt64win7.sys BSOD errors after the new hardware or software (3DP Net) installed on your computer. it can also happen when you perform a failed Windows Update. Some other cases include the software corruption that is caused by a malware infection that usually bait the Rt64win7.sys Blue Screen of Death errors to happen. As stated before, it is really important for you to make sure that the antivirus is up to date and scanning regularly.
On my daily job, I am a software engineer, programmer & computer technician. My passion is assembling PC hardware, studying Operating System and all things related to computers technology. I also love to make short films for YouTube as a producer. More at about me…