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Windows 7: Random freezes requiring Hard Reboot

02 Feb 2015   #21

Win7 Ult

There are 2 errors with 10010 as the id:

Source: Restartmanager Application 'C:\Windows\explorer.exe' (pid 2284) cannot be restarted - Application SID does not match Conductor SID..

Source: Distributedcom The server {752073A1-23F2-4396-85F0-8FDB879ED0ED} did not register with DCOM within the required timeout.

The troubleshooting list suggested going through event viewer, So I did. I've done every other step, so I started sorting through it. The vast majority of errors were relating to Windows Update, which makes sense considering how often it's crashed in the update process. Error 10010 (from what little ive been able to gleam from the search results pertaining to other OS) seems to cause freezing and crashing, along with program startup delays and short holdups. Since those are my problems, it seemed to make sense to me.

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02 Feb 2015   #22
Microsoft MVP


Where did you get Win7? What was the actual source of the disk itself? How is it activated?

Have you tried using the latest official installer in Clean Reinstall Windows 7?
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02 May 2016   #23

Wiondows 7 64 bit

All your issues targeting a CMOS Batterie failure. They are cheep... Change it..
My advice come late because i read your request now and maybe it will help some other people.
In details
The word CMOS is an acronym for “complementary metal oxide semiconductor”.
The CMOS battery is a small, round battery that lets you store the day, time, and month on your computer.
It allows you to shut your PC down for an extended period of time and still have the correct time and date in place when you use your PC again.
More importantly, the CMOS battery stores the BIOS settings of your computer.
The BIOS enables us to identify what hardware is on the system and what device drivers to use.
When the CMOS battery is weak, the BIOS loses data and the computer can start to malfunction.
Let’s take a look at a few signs of a CMOS battery failure.
Incorrect computer date and time settings.
Also, the date/time keep getting reset even after you fix them in the BIOS.
This is the most common CMOS battery failure sign.
Your PC occasionally turns off or doesn’t start.
Drivers stop working. Here it will Freeze!!!!!! Epecialy during setup's.It can't hold Drivers and there settings. This result to Freezing after reboot. It is randomly according the driver and when the OS will need it.

You may start to get errors while booting that say something like “CMOS checksum error” or “CMOS read error”.
Some weird hardware issues such as your computer not being able to locate the mouse, keyboard, or printer.
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