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C:\Windows\system32\drivers\bckd.sys error message when installing k9

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just cut the file from C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers\bckd.sys and past it on the desktop then restart the web browser it will work

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You Have k9 installed and it is blocking your acess to your router page
here's how to disable it


To disable K9 Web Protection, follow these steps:

1. Download the K9 Web Protection Installer for your system (64bit, or 32bit)

2. Let it download, and instead of clicking "Run" Click "Save" and save it to a location of your choosing.

3. Right click your "My Computer" icon, then click "Properties". When that window opens up click on the "Hardware" tab, then click "Device Manager" when the next window opens.

4. Click the "View" tab at the top of the Device Manager, then click "Show Hidden Devices".

5. Then look for "Non-Plug and Play Drivers" and open up that tree. Then find the device called, "bckd". Right click it, and then click "Disable"

6. A message will pop up telling you to reboot your PC, do so.

7. After it boots up, there should be a message down in the right corner saying "K9 Web Protection has become Corrupted" or something similar. This is good :).

8. Before you can surf the internet, go to wherever you saved the K9 Installer from steps 1 and 2, and run the installer.

9. It should just pop up with a message asking you to update K9 web protection, click "Yes" and for the next message that pops up, click "Ok"

10. Wait a little bit, and then you can go to any Website and acess your router page


11. To re-enable K9 Web Protection, just go back to the device manager and re-enable "bckd".

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I got this computer from my grandmother because myn melted literally. But she downloaded k9 web protection and had it on the highest security setting there is.it only allows facebook and certain other...


I found this on superuser link at the bottom.
No third party software required. Tested with K9 Web Protection version 4.4.268 on Windows Vista SP2 (32-bit). Confirmed by @stiemannkj1 to be working on Windows 7. Should also work on Windows 8.x.
  1. Create a new text file. Copy and paste the following batch script code, then save:@echo off set keys=^ "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Blue Coat Systems"^ "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\App Paths\k9filter.exe"^ "HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall\Blue Coat K9 Web Protection"^ "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\bckd"^ "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\bckwfs" REM remove registry keys for %%G in (%keys%) do reg delete "%%~G" /f >nul set folders=^ "%programfiles%\Blue Coat K9 Web Protection"^ "%programdata%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Blue Coat K9 Web Protection" REM remove folders for %%G in (%folders%) do rd /s /q "%%~G" set files=^ "%windir%\System32\drivers\bckd.sys" REM remove files for %%G in (%files%) do del "%%~G" pause exit /b
  2. Make sure file extensions are shown and rename it to RemoveK9.cmd (or whatever you like, as long as it has the .cmd extension).
  3. Restart Windows in Safe Mode.
  4. Right-click the .cmd file and select Run as administrator from the context menu. Wait for the batch script to finish.
  5. Start regedit.exe and navigate to the following registry key:
    <code>HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\Root\LEGACY_BCKD Right-click the LEGACY_BCKD key and select Permissions from the context menu. Click Advanced and select the Owner tab. Then select Administrators from the owner list, tick the Replace owner on subcontainers and objects option, and then click OK. Then select Everyone and tick the Allow checkbox for the Full Control permission. Click OK, right-click the key and finally choose Delete.

  6. Restart Windows.
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Hi ,

I have two solutions for your problem

Solution 1 :
  • First disable the Bluecoat service from the Windows Service Control Manager.
  • Remove the file bckd.sys under Windows system32 drivers directory.
  • Reboot your system
If the above solution is not successful ,please try the next

Solution 2 :
  • When you turn on your computer press F8 to go into safe mode.
  • From there you can search the web for face book and youtube and the others you want.
  • You can also go into my computer and uninstall K9 and If you don't know the password then just by pass it with win rar, you can download win rar from google.
  • Just type in "download winrar". once you are done downloading winrar you need a K9 code and you can find that through bit torrent .

Wishing success.

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Disable the Bluecoat service from the Windows Service Control Manager. To find this, right click on my computer and click manage. then go to services and locate it there. click to stop the service.

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