How to Resolve Amifldrv64.sys BSOD when Updating BIOS in Windows 10 PC
There are several blue screen errors like 0x80070017 error, hal.dll BSOD error and one of them is amifldrv64.sys. Before we talk about amifldrv64.sys BSOD error, let’s try to understand the following question: What is amifldrv64.sys?
Amifldrv.sys is a sys file created by MSI (American Megatrends, Inc) for foreigners. The file is normally located in the `c: WindowsTemp` folder and is 13864 bytes (13 KB) in size. This is a safe folder as it currently contains no negative comments.
If you are trying to update the BIOS directly from the operating system, remember that this is not a good practice and that this procedure by itself can lead to various BSODs due to conflicts between the two third-party drivers. If possible, try to update the BIOS version from a USB flash drive.