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I have a ton of error > msgs in event viewer. Also, what are the chances that svchost.exe and ntdll.dll are damaged? ME842608 appears to clear up the issue. Run a spyware checker on your system. have a peek at these guys

The problem comes from a bad configuration of the running applications. Here's an example scenario from my BSOD research. svchost is always the first to go then exchange all falls due to whatever causes svhost to fall. 08-31-2011, 07:52 AM #4 IT-Barry Registered Member Join Date: Sep Am I correct in thinking that troubleshooting in event viewer should only be done if the user experiences issues with real world PC performance? http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows8_1-update/ntdlldll-faulting/ab1786e5-6af9-49c4-83fe-53fcfbac0c65

To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. Faulting application name: svchost.exe, version: 6.1.7600.16385, time stamp: 0x4a5bc3c1 Faulting module name: ntdll.dll, version: 6.1.7601.17514, time stamp: 0x4ce7c8f9 Exception code: Thread Tools Search this Thread 08-31-2011, 03:57 AM #1 I checked the documents and settings folder and found the user had two folders, one for the domain, one for the local machine.

I did everything that both you > > and Leonard suggested, but I still have the problem. I have McAfee > running all the time; I've run scans, I've run Adware; I've run chkdsk; I > even backed off SP3 and reinstalled it - all to no avail. It's a matter of looking at all the errors, not jumping to conclusions on what they mean [can't always believe ms online docs], and looking at what there is in commonality. It turns out I was missing the mscat32.dll and minnls.dll files from the system32 folder.

We have to run an executable that Symantec supplied and then manually start the SAV service on each affected box. Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech Back to top #7 eq_eldar eq_eldar Topic Starter Members 8 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:07:22 PM Posted 11 June 2015 - 02:33 PM Hello Win98 likes profiles to be stored by default in a home folder, NT in a Users folder, and now XP likes a separate Profiles folder. Q4.

After I reinstalled the Google toolbar, the problem disappeared. This may also occur if the application is not compatible with the operating system. I have the Knack. ** If I haven't replied in 48 hours, please send me a message. See ME875352 for a detailed description of the Data Execution Prevention (DEP) feature. - Application: mmc.exe, module: hipobjects.dll - See ME930285 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Host Integration Server 2006.

Now, I am aware that I should not be worrying about these errors, but I guess you could say the 'nerd' inside of me, is dying to find out in more http://www.realgeek.com/forums/faulting-application-svchost-exe-version-5-1-2600-5512-a-467487.html I have not had any problems since I applied the hotfix". - Application: java.exe, module: symcjit.dll - From a newsgroup post: "Please change the symcjit.dll file name to another name. (make As we all know, profiles between the different OS don't play well. x 19 Tony Application: WINWORD.EXE - In my case, this was caused by a corrupt printer driver.

In a previous build I stumbled across 'kernelbase.dll' errors (note that this is not the current build). More about the author You may also... Then, eventually, the Windows driver looks into the memory address that the 3rd party driver wrote to. Please help. > -Tom > > Event Type: Error > Event Source: Application Error > Event Category: (100) > Event ID: 1000 > Date: 12/29/2008 > Time: 9:59:40 AM > User:

The same goes for the results of SFC.EXE - don't worry about the errors. I have a ton of error msgs in event viewer. So, yes, that means VLC and Firefox The chances that svchost.exe and ntdll.dll are damaged isn't likely. check my blog Run a thorough scan by doing the following steps: 1...

Its never specific but general but it at least gives you a place to start looking. This might be due to some malicious software. I was trying to rescan some machines to see if MapPoint had uninstalled remotley and it all went bad.

Also, is there any evidence so far to suggest this could be a hardware issue? (my instincts say its unlikely, as its all new hardware) svchost.exe is a program

Starting Word takes a long time, on closing it crashes. This problem happened after the last update from Microsoft. You want to find out which underlying service is causing the problem. Similar Topics Faulting application svchost.exe May 1, 2008 Faulting application svchost.exe Apr 22, 2008 Faulting application explorer.exe Oct 6, 2005 Microsoft Office : Faulting application outlook.exe - fault address 0x00042840 Dec

are you up on all of your updates? Below is a sample. Finally, you can "repair" them in several ways (replacing it directly, using sfc.exe, or doing a repair install) - but as this isn't causing you problems - leave it alone. news x 13 Michael Boyer We were experiencing this problem on an Outlook97 running on Windows XP SP1.

Watson flagged outlook.exe and user32.dll in the error report. networkguy12345 Windows Servers 0 01-19-2011 06:41 AM Cisco NAT/PAT forwarding Hello everybody, I am currenlty trying to configure a 871W to forward a port 3389 to the internal address You've probably checked most of the 'usual suspects' already, but before you go dragging Exchange and Server through the mud, perhaps something else is giving the server fits? It happens consistently when I launch Explore or IE.

Then click on Advanced tab and scroll down to under the Browsing Option: [&] Browsing [ ] Enable Third-Party browser extensions (Req Rest) uncheck this box. x 12 Paula H. - Application: iexplore.exe, module: kernel32.dll - In my case, Iexplore crashed on WinXP Pro workstation when trying to open it and this event was logged. Below is a sample.