My fix was to add w3wp.exe to DEP (Data Execution Prevention) exceptions. When I renamed this file, everything worked as it should". Any news in this case? @felipe: How many Hotfixes did you install until the problem was gone? Re-installed MS Office 2002, restarted the PC and everything is ok now. http://theresab.com/faulting-application/faulting-application-winlogon-exe-version-0-0-0-0-faulting-module-ntdll-dll.html
The error dumps > > > fill up my HD requiring me to delete the files periodically. Deactivating the McAfee ScriptScanner solved our issues. The error dumps > fill up my HD requiring me to delete the files periodically. Posted: Tuesday, November 1, 2011 5:28:04 PM(UTC) Dov Member Posts: 36 0Like I hope someone would have insight for this one ...I've been running Lansweeper on a VM, ESXi 4.1, Windows
x 11 Dallen I was having this problem with IE 6 crashing constantly. We can tell to turn off the DEP message but my worries is it can be more than that and we just killing the system by shutting/disabling the DEP! checked the volumes with chkdsk /f ? If a PC is healthy, then is it normal to see some errors and warnings in event viewer?
Thanks in advance, Eldar Back to top #4 usasma usasma Still visually handicapped (avatar is memory developed by my Dad BSOD Kernel Dump Expert 22,961 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Southeastern x 14 Kurt Raymond - Application: spoolsv.exe, module: ntdll.dll - As similarly reported by someone else, uninstalling the Lexmark T640 series software in Add/Remove Programs solves the problem. The error dumps > fill up my HD requiring me to delete the files periodically. The DEP can occur if you installed a new security software or an Unsigneed driver like Scanner, Printer or a general driver for a new hardware.
All rights reserved. The only time I look at my own Event Viewer is either to cite examples, or if I'm having an issue. x 13 Leo - Application: outlook.exe - I had an issue with my MS Outlook 2000, which is installed on a Windows XP Service Pack 2 machine. great post to read Also, explre > > > runs VERY slow when I open a folder for the first time.
x 12 Anonymous - Application: wmiprvse.exe, module: provDisk.dll - This is related to Intel Server Manager 8.x running on Windows 2003 server. We tried as many of the steps that applied here with no luck. x 1889 EventID.Net Application wmiprvse.exe - See EV100229 (WMI leaks memory on Server 2008 R2 monitored agents) for a possible fix. Also, explre > > > runs VERY slow when I open a folder for the first time.
Also, explre > > > > runs VERY slow when I open a folder for the first time. http://www.realgeek.com/forums/faulting-application-svchost-exe-version-5-1-2600-5512-a-467487.html defragged? x 11 Tony Mac When you run ASP.NET 2.0 on a domain controller check permissions on the following registry key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\ASP.NET_2.0.50727\Names . The error dumps > > > > fill up my HD requiring me to delete the files periodically.
x 2042 Anonymous Environment: Windows 2003 SP2, module kernel32.dll, error address 0x000237e2 - I have solved issue stopping spooler service, deleting all files in c:\windows\system32\spool\printers and starting spooler service. this contact form acronis has been pretty darn reliable compared to backup exec :-) which we use both. x 22 Anonymous The problem I had was with Internet Explorer 7 crashing on Exit (Send Error Report to MS) and I resolved it by disabling Adobe PDF Help Linker under What you will need to do is give the NETWORK SERVICE account specific permissions to that key.
A definition update caused the problem. x 1866 Marcelo Pedreira Application: outlook.exe, module outllib.dll - All I did was to replace outllib.dll with a copy from another computer and the problem was fixed. I found that the SNMP service was causing the problem. http://theresab.com/faulting-application/faulting-application-spoolsv-exe-faulting-module-ntdll-dll.html ME229962 article is a general troubleshooter for Netfolders.
clues are in the event viewer logs. There is no firewall in my ZyXEL router. After looking at everything, it turned out that the problem was related to the NTFS permissions that were too tight on the drive and folder it was installed to.
I have a ton of error > > > msgs in event viewer. Data: 0000: 41 70 70 6c 69 63 61 74 Applicat 0008: 69 6f 6e 20 46 61 69 6c ion Fail 0010: 75 72 65 20 20 73 76 63 clear of rootkits, malware, virus's? This might be due to some malicious software.
x 13 Eric Rixon In my case the error was generated by msnmsgr.exe, I noticed EBegin's comments about winword.exe so I deleted the HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft \MSNMessenger key, rebooted and Messenger stopped crashing When the swap file was configured correctly and the computer restarted these events did not appear again. x 16 EventID.Net If the application is Exchange 2000 and you are running Windows Server 2003, then the error occurs because Exchange 2000 is not supported on Windows Server 2003. Check This Out I monitor that directory while I'm running and I can see when a dump > > file appears.
See ME822884 for more information about this error. - Application: dns.exe, module: ntdll.dll - See ME837088 for a hotfix. - Application: lsass.exe, module: authz.dll - See ME818080 for a hotfix. - In this case see ME817448 for more details. - Application: outlook.exe, module: fldpub.dll - From a newsgroup post: "This dll is a Netfolder component. It appears that a new one is created even when I'mnot > doing anything. I suspect that malware > > may not be causing my problem.
This problem happened after the last update from Microsoft. This Event ID was followed by event ID 1004 from source Application Error. This caused Explorer.exe to crash. Process Explorer will show you which processes are being hosted by svchost.
You can download this tool o run clean up: http://www.ccleaner.com/download/bui...wnloading-slim Run Disk Clean Up on your Drive. Also have a support case with citrix for this issue, but no solution is found yet. -Ingvild 1316-336437-1844919 Back to top FLORIAN SCHELER Members #17 FLORIAN SCHELER 37 posts Posted Login here! There is just a security tab under Advance Setup which lets me set up some filter rules.
Q2 - Yes, it is unrealistic to expect to see 0 errors and warnings in the Application/System/Admin log files. Also ME266732 may help. x 9 Anonymous Application: VMotor.exe, from Velneo server in Windows 2003 Server.