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svchost.exe - application error; spontaneous rebooting.


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svchost.exe - application error
the instruction at "0x7c91734e" is referenced memory at "0x00650078". the memory could not be "read".


Ergh. spontaneous rebooting is not fun.

So! What do you want?:

my non plug and play drivers:
Posted Image

A log file of the error message:
"error signature":
BCCode : 100000d1	 BCP1 : 233C0017	 BCP2 : 00000002	 BCP3 : 00000000
BCP4 : B9B87FDF	 OSVer : 5_1_2600	 SP : 2_0	 Product : 256_1

involves:
...Temp\WER09ea.dir00\Mini091306-02.dmp
...Temp\WER09ea.dir00\sysdata.xml




Posting (very soon, just give me a few seconds to get it together)
Downloading winaudit to chug out a report, and the log file (next time the error comes up)

OH. and this thread comes as yesterday...

This error message came to me - BEFORE I LOGGED IN

^ I didn't know error messages were possible before windows initialized explorer.exe O.O

Edit: sorry, I have to go to school now, could not finish this post. when I come back, I"ll put kmore information up.

Edited by taifunbrowser, 13 September 2006 - 05:57 PM.

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Uhh,, bump. My thread totally went to the next page of this forum without a reply (*sad*)

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What else should I post? I've looked up info on svchost errors and most link to viruses, but I've run avast, spybot, adaware, and mcafee recently and It still comes up..

and the reboots are becoming more frequent.
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Click START...RUN...TYPE IN... services.msc ..At the very top highlight alerter by clicking on it you will see start click on that then close program and try your web pages


but we need to clean out windows update folder cause they may be corrupt and your problem could return
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Errr..wut?

web pages are fine :whistling:

i'm just getting reboots...

unless you have a reason to believe its network related O.O

errrr

should I follow your directions still?

edit: btw, 'bout 30 minutes followed friends' advice and turned automatic update to notification only, they say that sometimes it is a problem, hasnt restarted yet... and comp has been running (actively) for bout an hour now...

We shall see, eh?

Edited by taifunbrowser, 13 September 2006 - 04:25 PM.

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did that help you out are you still getting error
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Err... k I did it, (it was disabled, so set to manual > and started).

Wow, never been to that dialogue before! is there some PC tuning options there?

K... well, as I said, hasnt restarted YET

we shall see...

edit: OOHHHH hey! could it be, that this driver, instead of everytime restarting when there's an error, instead keeps the comp alive, and just gives an error message? that would be much better!

Edited by taifunbrowser, 13 September 2006 - 04:29 PM.

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so if thats ok then we will cleanout your window update folder
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Fine with me XD

Proceed instruction.
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go to search assistant and type in windows update
and when you see it open it it will open in notepad

windows update.......C:windows

open that go edit right

click on blue and delete then save

click ok or yes and its empty
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Have no search assistant (I get a blank bar)

Thats corrupt too.

Actually, that went about a year ago.

Can you give me the adress manually?
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go start...click run....type in or if you know how to copy n paste .... %windir%/windowsupdate.log ..click ok

it should open up it will be a large folder but i just want the recent error numbers
so scroll down to the bottom of page and write them just stop errors

you dont have search from your start menu

we can try it this way

Edited by rushin1nd, 13 September 2006 - 05:24 PM.

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Just rebooted again, back now, found the log file, scrolling down to bottom:

2006-09-13	18:07:10	 888	394	AU	AU setting pending client directive to 'Install Approval'
2006-09-13	18:18:26	 892	984	Misc	===========  Logging initialized (build: 5.8.0.2469, tz: -0500)  ===========
2006-09-13	18:18:26	 892	984	Misc	  = Process: C:\WINDOWS\System32\svchost.exe
2006-09-13	18:18:26	 892	984	Misc	  = Module: C:\WINDOWS\system32\wuaueng.dll

^ all I saw...

i ctrl+f'ed for "stop" and "error", but found nothing, this was the only think i saw relevant...

err...

do you want something else?

edit: OOHH and btw, I do "have" start, but i open it, and I dont get a search assistant orr a dialogue box to type in. just blank space.

Edited by taifunbrowser, 13 September 2006 - 05:27 PM.

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do this then

type this or copy and paste in your run from start chkdsk /f /r then restart

you will be ask that a disc check has been scheduled on the black window where you see a flashing bar type the letter y for yes

then you get a blue screen with 5 steps lets this run it will take awhile
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This app has run 5 times over the past week :whistling:...

before I start windows, it runs default, I'm always too scared to disable it, but It's ran 5 times this week O.O so whatever it thinks its doing isnt working...

err, that is, it doesnt run on each start up, but... about 1/10 startups...

edit: oh, and I tried to defrag my disk yesterday, and it said run chkdsk, I ran chkdsk (realized it was the same thing thats been running every day for past week) , let it run, and I still cant defrag... it keeps saying run chkdsk, but I do, and it still says to do it O.O

Edited by taifunbrowser, 13 September 2006 - 05:49 PM.

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http://www.filehippo...d_everest_home/

please run memtest and put your post back here
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