If corrupted, it tries to fix them using backup copies on the system. I have seen nothing to indicate that it might be a hardware problem. Again I note the ntdll. Unfortunately, there is no way for the user to resolve this problem. Run Internet Explorer with no add-ons, i.
Type msconfig and then press Enter. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in. Thanks keiren Hello, Thank you for keeping us updated. Microsoft have done a 'copy paste' job for the description to the most recent update on this. We highly recommend that you read our. I have seen nothing to indicate that it might be a hardware problem. If none of that works, then try forcing a dump of the explorer.
I am no longer having the report 'windows found corrupt files and could not fix some of them'. Time - the mind, protecting its sanity - covers them with some scar tissue and the pain lessens, but it is never gone. This leads me to the theory that it could well have been relating to 'acronis true image 2010', as this issue hasn't happened since 11th May I approximate that this was around the time when I uninstalled acronis 2010. It seems the problem is with how windows Ntdll. Try installing the latest nVidia drivers from the Toshiba website. Use the option to Keep Everything. Try installing the Win8 Intel graphics driver from the Toshiba website to see if that helps.
Thanks again for your informative answers. The most common ones that we use hare are the Application and System log files. I wear a lot of hats - Developer, Database Administrator, Help Desk, etc. As such, it's protected by the different mechanisms I discussed in the paragraph just before Q1. I think to air on the side of extreme caution, I will give system file checker a run. This process should be done via a clean boot in order to prevent third-party applications and services from interfering with the installation or causing another error.
Once rebooted, for back in and re-tick the box for Internet Explorer and reboot again. No third-party applications will be launched. The best way to troubleshoot them is to use Safe mode and test the applications one by one. For that I sometimes use the Admin log to see if I can spot a pattern of errors such as another error that always comes before the kernelbase. You need to follow the steps from the article mentioned below to perform a Clean Boot. As for hardware problems, what sort of hardware causes an error and then stops for almost a month? In the meantime the 3rd party driver can exit and we're left with no evidence of it. The last thing I did was the Windows Repair Tool.
To get all the details about the crash you have to type:! Enabling these protocols allowed me to reach my share. I suggest that you need to debug the project, then find out which sentence throw the error. Uninstall the malware software 4. Q3 - I can't tell you how many you have unless you zip up and upload the Admin log file for me to have a look at. See if there's a file or hard disk problem. Yes, don't worry about the event viewer unless you're having problems.
Hi Rajendra Perala, Thank you for posting here. After installing Windows Debugging Tools, start it from the Start menu, it is called WinDbg x86 or WinDbg x64. As such, it's protected by the different mechanisms I discussed in the paragraph just before Q1. Add yourself and give yourself full control it is the bug where you are the owner, but you are not listed in the group Reboot to make sure explorer is not crashing. See below the text from Event Viewer: Application: Prepar3D. In the hardware list, locate your device and then double click or double tap on it to open the driver menu. Having the same issue, certain websites immediately crash chrome with fault on ntdll.
Go to Windows Update-Check for update, make sure your system is up to date. Also I'm into computers and all but please try to dump down your responses just a little bit so i can fully comprehend what you're saying. More specifically, it can be case of missing or corrupted drivers. Log into the new Windows Account and test. I have seen this error only a copule of times in event veiwer, but not always.
So you should debug the code, especially any code that is native. Also check the readme file to see if they apply to the problems that you are having. To help troubleshoot error messages and other issues, you can start Windows by using a minimal set of drivers and startup programs. Place the computer in clean boot state to avoid any third party software conflict. There may be other files involved though.
If none of that works, then try forcing a dump of the explorer. Then I experiment with them mostly by uninstalling and reinstalling them to see what impact that has on the errors. Event Viewer shows this: Faulting application name: explorer. There are lots of results, many of them current. If you have feedback for TechNet Subscriber Support, contact.