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Keep an eye on it if you can. If they're not there, check the Windows directory for a file named memory.dmp. If "Internet Security" package w/ personal firewall like NIS, KIS, Mcafee, etc... - IT is the likely cause and s/b removed. PS: Thanks again for taking time to help. Source

Bring up TaskManager, click on Processes, click on the lower-left "all users", click on View, Select Columns, check the PID box. Sorry, we couldn't post your feedback right now, please try again later. What The Heck? » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118> 10.0.0.2> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7. And the /r tells it to look for bad sectors. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f299/application-error-faulting-application-svchost-exe_sysmain-371980.html

Well you get the idea. The following corrective action will be taken in 60000 milliseconds: Restart the service. CALL US: 1 (866) 837-4827 Solutions Unstructured Data Growth Multi-Vendor Hybrid Cloud Healthcare Government Products Backup and Recovery Business Continuity Storage Management Information Governance Products A-Z Services Education Services Business Critical Please use sxstrace.exe for detailed diagnosis.

Please use sxstrace.exe for detailed diagnosis. As far as .mdmp files ... the details ... Windows Backup Peeve(s) [SOLVED] Windows 10 deadlocks/freezes...

I guess there isn't a way to reload these files without installing windows again? Thanks for taking a look, Victor Attached Files ReportCab.zip (264.6 KB, 43 views) « STOP 0x07e = BSOD | Vista random BSOD » Thread Tools Show Printable Version Download Thread Victor 05-01-2009, 02:55 AM #8 jcgriff2 Team Manager, Microsoft SupportBSOD Kernel Dump Expert Join Date: Sep 2007 Location: New Jersey Shore Posts: 33,305 OS: Windows 10, 8.1, The ReadyBoost service terminated unexpectedly.

The Network Connections service terminated unexpectedly. Please follow the instructions found in this post - http://www.techsupportforum.com/1871981-post2.html Attach resulting zip files to your next post. While at it, I also replaced the power supply (now running an Antec 750W) and reinstalled Vista64 on a new hard drive. I ask b/c all of my systems did and found that even if I chose not to accept the trial offer, NIS would still partially install.

Regards. . . The following corrective action will be taken in 60000 milliseconds: Restart the service. It has done this 1 time(s). As noted in the above message, restarting clears the cursor problem and at least for a while, all services are running normally.

The Superfetch service terminated unexpectedly. this contact form I haven't dug deep into what is running to see if something brought down by the svchost issue might be at the root of this problem ... A typical event message looks like the following: ----------------------------------------------------------------------- Faulting application svchost.exe_SysMain, Thread Tools Search this Thread 04-30-2009, 03:30 PM #1 VictorZ Registered Member Join Date: Apr 2009 Error: (01/25/2014 01:43:15 AM) (Source: SideBySide) (User: ) Description: Activation context generation failed for "Microsoft.VC80.MFCLOC,processorArchitecture="x86",publicKeyToken="1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b",type="win32",version="8.0.50608.0"1".Error in manifest or policy file "Microsoft.VC80.MFCLOC,processorArchitecture="x86",publicKeyToken="1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b",type="win32",version="8.0.50608.0"2" on line Microsoft.VC80.MFCLOC,processorArchitecture="x86",publicKeyToken="1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b",type="win32",version="8.0.50608.0"3.

Spamware is the default Windows Defender which, too, is reasonable and again, safe computing goes a long way. My bad. :-| Well, they do say that memory is the second thing to go. :-0 It's odd that the System Health report stated no spam or virus programs. Close Sign In Print Article Products Article Languages Subscribe to this Article Manage your Subscriptions Problem This hotfix addresses the issue where svchost.exe crashes because of a fault in shsvcs.dll.  http://theresab.com/faulting-application/faulting-application-winlogon-exe-version-0-0-0-0-faulting-module-ntdll-dll.html When the superfetch errors were popping up, I tried easing up on memory speed, timings, etc.

I will send the event viewer report with this. jcgriff2 . Let us know what size it is if you find it - as it may be too large to post (or, as another option, we can tell you how to reset

Error: (01/23/2014 07:07:56 AM) (Source: Service Control Manager) (User: ) Description: The Superfetch service terminated unexpectedly.

Likewise that it reports the drive the system is loaded on (Disk2) as running quite a bit slower. Application Error -- Faulting application svchost.exe_SysMain This is a discussion on Application Error -- Faulting application svchost.exe_SysMain within the BSOD, App Crashes And Hangs forums, part of the Tech Support Forum Please use sxstrace.exe for detailed diagnosis. Please run the chkdsk utility on the volume \Device\HarddiskVolume2.

Please use sxstrace.exe for detailed diagnosis. Logged Shane Top Geek, err uh Dog. Spybot and SpywareBlaster are run periodically to immunize IE settings, etc. http://theresab.com/faulting-application/faulting-application-spoolsv-exe-faulting-module-ntdll-dll.html the fact that the "busy" cursor starts flashing periodically for no apparent reason after the system has been running a while: http://www.techsupportforum.com/micr...ml#post2110820 <--- click to view previous post.

Reference is Microsoft.VC80.MFCLOC,processorArchitecture="x86",publicKeyToken="1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b",type="win32",version="8.0.50608.0". This is the Service Host (svchost.exe) that this group runs under - Process ID (PID) = 1132 (this may change each logon session) - Code: svchost.exe 1132 AudioEndpointBuilder, CscService, EMDMgmt, hidserv, It has done this 1 time(s). Are you sure your system did not come with an Internet Security suite installed - like Norton? --- snip --- What does the Event Viewer say about these crashes?

up to date. I was in the shower. It has done this 2 time(s). Definition is Microsoft.VC80.MFCLOC,processorArchitecture="x86",publicKeyToken="1fc8b3b9a1e18e3b",type="win32",version="8.0.50727.762".

In case I didn't mention ... (was listed in the other message) ...