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Windows 7: Strange Kernel-EventTracing event

17 Oct 2009   #11


Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by octane097 View Post
.... the problem with my dump files is that they're 450 megs!
"Minidumps" please, not full dumps. The former reside in \Windows\Minidump on your machine. If you copy the latest dozen or so to a different location on your drive, zip them up, start a new thread, and upload the zip archive, somebody may be able to explain why your machine is crashing.

(On the other hand, if you're saying the \Minidump folder contains 450MB worth of minidumps, I think that must surely rank as a record and I admire your dedication! Given an average of say 256KB per minidump, that's 1800 crashes as a conservative estimate! There should be a new "my machine goes up and down like a yo-yo" forum achievement badge )

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17 Oct 2009   #12

Windows 7 64bit

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by H2SO4 View Post
I'd suggest starting your own thread and attaching your minidumps if you'd like some assistance with the BSODs.
Good idea... I've done just that:
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11 Nov 2010   #13


i understand this thread is a year old and it is my first need to remind me.

i am wondering if everybody with this problem is or was getting this error when using a loader to test win7. i am for win764 to deside if i want to upgrade to 64 and i also get this error.

yes or need for specifics
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21 Oct 2011   #14

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

did anyone ever find the cause to this? I have numerous errors like this on win7 64bit as well.
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27 Oct 2013   #15

7 64

I am unable to find this %windir%\panther\setup.etl...Please help
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11 Oct 2017   #16

**** you asshole

- Open registry

- Goto


Change Start value to 0.

I think this issue is caused by the Start value not being reset to zero after the Windows setup is finished.
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