The sys file extension is associated with system files, which contain code needed to properly load and configure Windows and were also used in MS-DOS system. The sys files can also be part of hardware drivers and contain various instruction for their flawless operation. But make sure to always install drivers from reliable sources. If you are not certain about your *.sys files, it's better to leave them alone and do not delete them. A corrupted or missing system file can cause the system to be unstable, unable to boot or data loss. Typically, files with sys file extension include config.sys, pagefile.sys, hiberfil.sys and other files located within the root or Windows directory.
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Click on the 'Available SYS File' link located in Resources. Once clicked, it will lead to a list of SYS files. Select the file you want to download by clicking the blue text. The page will change, and you will be shown information about the SYS file. Click the underlined link, which will be on the bottom row of the right column.
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What is.SYS file extension? Device driver used by Motorola cell phones; allows the phone to communicate with computer and transfer files to and from the device; typically installed with the software installation CD included with the cell phone. Example Motorola driver files include the 'm56pci.sys' device controller and the 'p2k.sys' file, which enables the P2Kman program to upload and download files from Motorola Vxxx cell phones. You can see a list of software programs here on www.easyfileopener.org that can open this file type so that you don’t need to search for it on the web. You can then open your file with this extension using a software listed below.