[Fixed] Ene.sys driver cannot load among system startup

Oct 21, 2022
A few weeks ago, after upgrading to the latest Windows 11, starting seeing a warning message about ene.sys driver cannot load every time entering the system.

It goes away by closing the window, however, it keeps getting back in the next boot.

After reporting to the support, this driver is actually used by one of MSI’s Center software.

They mentioned that this bug will be fixed in the coming release.

Get a fix tool in advance that has been confirmed to solve the issue.



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"Great to hear that you've found the issue with the ene.sys driver on your MSI laptop, and MSI's support team is aware of it. They mentioned a fix is on the way. Here are some steps to help you in the meantime:

This is my Temporary Fix to stop the bothersome warning message at startup:
- Press `Win + R` to open the Run dialog.
- Type `msconfig` and press Enter.
- Go to the "Services" tab.
- Look for the ene.sys driver-related service, uncheck it.
- Click "Apply" and then "OK."
- Restart your laptop.

2. Stay Updated: Make sure to regularly update your MSI Center software and drivers. Install the bug-fix release as soon as it's available.

3. Watch for Updates: Keep an eye on MSI's official website or support channels for news about the fix release. They'll likely provide instructions or notifications when it's out.

4. Backup Your Data: It's always a good practice to keep backups of important data, just in case something goes wrong during updates or you need to perform a system restore.

5. Contact MSI Support: If issues persist or you need more help, don't hesitate to reach out to MSI's support team for further assistance.

These steps should help you manage the ene.sys driver issue until MSI releases the official fix.