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Windows 7: Kernel-Event Tracing error/System Health Report


10 Jan 2012   #11

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit SP1
 
 

Still haven't found a solution to the Kernel-EventTracing error or inability to access System Health Report. As the computer is brand new, I've chosen to use the recovery disks to reinstall windows and other drivers and software. Fortunately I hadn't gotten very far with anything so not too much will be lost. The machine is awesome and I want to start out with everything working as it should, although I can't help thinking I'm resorting to overkill with the fix Again, thanks for your time today. I enjoyed talking to you.


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10 Jan 2012   #12

 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jpierce View Post
Still haven't found a solution to the Kernel-EventTracing error or inability to access System Health Report. As the computer is brand new, I've chosen to use the recovery disks to reinstall windows and other drivers and software. Fortunately I hadn't gotten very far with anything so not too much will be lost. The machine is awesome and I want to start out with everything working as it should, although I can't help thinking I'm resorting to overkill with the fix Again, thanks for your time today. I enjoyed talking to you.
It's going to come and go. Have you tried changing the startup type for the Diag. Policy service from (current) Automatic to Automatic DELAY?
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11 Jan 2012   #13

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit SP1
 
 

I didn't see your last post until after I reinstalled windows. The computer is booting with a clean EV now. I'm not sure if this had anything to do with the problem, but now that I've reinstalled, I see that there are Admin & System folders in PerfLogs. Before reinstalling, there was only System. I should have noticed this as I was back and forth between the new machine and the old one, which has both folders, but somehow I missed it. It's the only visible difference I've seen besides the fact that the computer's error free. System Health Report runs now. Again, thank you for your time and helpful advice. Much appreciated.
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2 Weeks Ago   #14

Win7 Ultimate x64 retail
 
 

1. Run RegEdit and search the registry for the GUID {B675EC37-BDB6-4648-BC92-F3FDC74D3CA2} listed for the error.
It may not be the first result, but the registry key location will give you the name of the Data Collector Set
in Performance Monitor that is throwing up the error.
The session name should have been listed between the quotes in the error but for some reason it was not.

2. Open Performance Monitor (Leistungsüberwachung) and select the Data Collector set (sammlungssätze) that we found above.
On my machine it was "Data Collector Sets -> Startup Event Trace Sessions -> EventLog-System"
(Sammungssätze -> Startereignis-Ablaufverfogung -> EventLog-System).

3. The reason for my error was the EventLog-System was not being written to file, to fix I right click on the
EventLog-System Startup Event Trace Session and clicked Properties.
Then I clicked the Trace Session Tab and set the Stream Mode to File and Realtime. Then Clicked Okay!
(Startereignis-Ablaufverfogung -> EventLog-System -> Rechtsklick -> Eigenschaften -> Streamtyp ->
von "Echtzeit" in "Datei und Echtzeit" ändern -> mit OK bestätigen -> Maschine neu booten)

4. On reboot the error is gone
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