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Kernel-Event Error, Event ID: 2
Hi, Please can someone please advise me regarding the following Kernel-Event Error.
Administrative Events > Kernel-Event Error, Event ID: 2
Session "NT Kernel Logger" failed to start with the following error: 0xC0000035
The Error Event is triggered by the use of one of my fave' tools TCPView.exe. I have created an "Elevated Program Shortcut without UAC Prompt" (Thanks Brink), to run TCPView. But even when I run the program directly via UAC prompt, it triggers the Kernel-Event Error.
Coming from XP and Being new to Win 7 (Two Weeks and loving SevenForums btw), I'm slightly paranoid at the number of windows logs I see. Should I just ignore Errors such as these?
Is there an alternative "portable" executable which would not trigger errors in Win 7 which would give me a snapshot of open TCP connections ?
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