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Everything posted by MagicAndre1981

  1. I haven't insulted you. I simply wrote the truth. You have NO knowledge and troll around. I haven't had 1 UAC prompt today, so UAC is no issue at all during normal work and instead of understanding it you bash about this feature. I'll put you on my ignore list, so that I don't need to read your crap any longer *facepalm*
  2. starting the Bitdefender Virus Shield service ("VSSERV") causes a 80s delay: serviceTransition name="VSSERV" group="System Reserved" transition="start" totalTransitionTimeDelta="80521" Try a different Av suite.
  3. Your point is, that you simply don't understand it. I wrote a guide about UAC here for dummies like you.
  4. but the icons are still bad. Some have pseudo 3D when a look from the left side and some are flat by watching directly at them. This sucks
  5. no, IE11 is secure unless you turn UAC off and disable this way the sandbox around IE.
  6. @Demon_Dante your reply is not helpful at all. This is spam and should be deleted.
  7. The Intel HD driver is the issue. It crashes while loading the CPL file: APPLICATION_VERIFIER_HEAPS_CORRUPTED_HEAP_BLOCK_SUFFIX (f)Corrupted suffix pattern for heap block.Most typically this happens for buffer overrun errors. Sometimes the applicationverifier places non-accessible pages at the end of the allocation and bufferoverruns will cause an access violation and sometimes the heap block isfollowed by a magic pattern. If this pattern is changed when the block getsfreed you will get this break. These breaks can be quite difficult to debugbecause you do not have the actual moment when corruption happened.You just have access to the free moment (stop happened here) and theallocation stack trace (!heap -p -a HEAP_BLOCK_ADDRESS) Arguments:Arg1: 00000000376e1000, Heap handle used in the call. Arg2: 000000001d5b4170, Heap block involved in the operation. Arg3: 0000000000000004, Size of the heap block. Arg4: 000000001d5b4174, Corruption address. 0:044> !heap -p -a 000000001d5b4170 address 000000001d5b4170 found in _HEAP @ 1d5b0000 HEAP_ENTRY Size Prev Flags UserPtr UserSize - state 000000001d5b4120 0008 0000 [00] 000000001d5b4170 00004 - (busy) 7f95dee81ab verifier!AVrfDebugPageHeapAllocate+0x000000000000039f 7f9644ad248 ntdll!RtlDebugAllocateHeap+0x0000000000000038 7f964469fd1 ntdll!RtlpAllocateHeap+0x00000000000000e6 7f9643c6773 ntdll!RtlAllocateHeap+0x00000000000001ae 7f95df006eb verifier!AVrfpRtlAllocateHeap+0x00000000000000d7 1b81ae4b hccutils!DllUnregisterServer+0x000000000000306f 1b81a237 hccutils!DllUnregisterServer+0x000000000000245b 1b811334 hccutils!GetCUICustomizationKey+0x0000000000000168 1b8118f2 hccutils!GetCUICustomizationKey+0x0000000000000726 1b81322b hccutils!CreateThisKey+0x0000000000000383 1b8135c8 hccutils!FindResources+0x0000000000000108 1b813908 hccutils!LoadSTRING+0x00000000000002f8 1b813ec8 hccutils!SaveString+0x000000000000014c 1b8141ab hccutils!LoadICON+0x000000000000002b 1b81426c hccutils!LoadIMAGE+0x0000000000000048 180001738 igfxcpl!CPlApplet+0x00000000000000b8 7f96299d76e shell32!CPL_CallEntry+0x0000000000000052 7f96299d271 shell32!_InitializeControl+0x000000000000009d 7f962b3d2ec shell32!`Microsoft::WRL::Module<1,Microsoft::WRL::Details::DefaultModule<5> >::Create'::`2'::`dynamic atexit destructor for 'module''+0x0000000000053ac7 7f962528ea2 shell32!CPL_LoadCPLModule+0x00000000000001c2 7f962528caf shell32!_LoadCPLModuleAndAdd+0x000000000000001f 7f962528c61 shell32!CPLD_InitModule+0x000000000000003d 7f962528bf9 shell32!CControlPanelEnum::_NextNonCachedCpl+0x000000000000008e 7f9624f9615 shell32!CControlPanelEnum::Next+0x00000000000000b4 7f9625d05a3 shell32!CRegFolderEnum::Next+0x00000000000001fa 7f9624fab95 shell32!CControlPanelAppletList::_AddAppletsToCategories+0x0000000000000051 7f96252c013 shell32!CControlPanelAppletList::LoadSlowApplets+0x000000000000007b 7f96252bf27 shell32!CControlPanelDataWorkItem::_LoadSlowData+0x0000000000000037 7f962527ec1 shell32!CControlPanelDataWorkItem::DoWork+0x0000000000000055 7f9624ff994 shell32!CFrameTask::InternalResumeRT+0x000000000000001c 7f96245a784 shell32!CRunnableTask::Run+0x0000000000000098 7f96242193c shell32!CShellTask::TT_Run+0x000000000000003c 0:044> lmvm igfxcplBrowse full module liststart end module name00000001`80000000 00000001`80024000 igfxcpl (export symbols) igfxcpl.cpl Loaded symbol image file: igfxcpl.cpl Image path: C:\Windows\System32\igfxcpl.cpl Image name: igfxcpl.cpl Browse all global symbols functions data Timestamp: Tue Apr 23 01:55:33 2013 (5175CDF5) CheckSum: 00028534 ImageSize: 00024000 File version: Product version: File flags: 0 (Mask 3F) File OS: 4 Unknown Win32 File type: 2.0 Dll File date: 00000000.00000000 Translations: 0409.04b0 CompanyName: Intel Corporation ProductName: Intel(R) Common User Interface InternalName: IGFXCPL OriginalFilename: IGFXCPL.DLL ProductVersion: FileVersion: PrivateBuild: SpecialBuild: FileDescription: igfxcpl Module LegalCopyright: Copyright 1999-2006, Intel Corporation LegalTrademarks: Copyright 1999-2006, Intel Corporation Comments: Copyright 1999-2006, Intel Corporation0:044> lmvm hccutilsBrowse full module liststart end module name00000000`1b810000 00000000`1b82f000 hccutils (export symbols) hccutils.dll Loaded symbol image file: hccutils.dll Image path: C:\Windows\System32\hccutils.dll Image name: hccutils.dll Browse all global symbols functions data Timestamp: Tue Apr 23 01:55:05 2013 (5175CDD9) CheckSum: 00024400 ImageSize: 0001F000 File version: Product version: File flags: 0 (Mask 3F) File OS: 4 Unknown Win32 File type: 2.0 Dll File date: 00000000.00000000 Translations: 0409.04b0 CompanyName: Intel Corporation ProductName: Intel(R) Common User Interface InternalName: HCCUTILS OriginalFilename: HCCUTILS.DLL ProductVersion: FileVersion: PrivateBuild: SpecialBuild: FileDescription: hccutils Module LegalCopyright: Copyright 1999-2006, Intel Corporation LegalTrademarks: Copyright 1999-2006, Intel Corporation Comments: Copyright 1999-2006, Intel CorporationFind a newer driver and install this one. Your driver is still 2 years old. Which GPU do you ave?
  8. post the error code from the Windows Update Search. To diag UpdateInstall failures I need the folder C:\Windows\Logs\CBS
  9. this is not helpful. It only shows the known 40s delay.
  10. no registry operation takes very long (only 1s). I'm out of ideas why the Windows hangs. When did this start? Have you changed anything?
  11. still the same. I need to capture registry information to see more details: xbootmgr -trace boot -traceFlags BASE+LATENCY+DISPATCHER+POWER+REGISTRY+REG_HIVE -stackwalk profile+CSwitch+ReadyThread+RegQueryKey+RegEnumerateKey+RegEnumerateValueKey+RegDeleteKey+RegCreateKey+RegOpenKey+RegSetValue+RegDeleteValue+RegQueryValue+RegCloseKey -resultPath C:\TEMP
  12. I can see the 40s delay in the Wait data. rpcrt4.dll!Invoke calls sspisrv.dll!SspirLogonUser and later lsasrv.dll!NegLogonUserEx2 and wait for a response of lsass.exe. The lsass.exe checks some registry keys if you have the system configured to automatically logon with a username/password (authui.dll!CAutoLogon::IsAutoLogonMode, authui.dll!CAutoLogon::GetAutoLogonCredential, kernel32.dll!RegCreateKeyExW). Do you have this configured? If yes, disable it and enter your password on its own. Is it faster now?
  13. login to the glass8 website with your email/zip code, generate a donation.key and store this file into your AeroGlass folder and restart Aero Task from inside the TaskScheduler.
  14. WaitForLSM is slow (caused by the slow RpcSs start). Try this hotfix: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2661001 If you still have the issue, run this command, here I capture wait data: xbootmgr -trace boot -traceFlags BASE+LATENCY+DISK_IO_INIT+DISPATCHER+FILE_IO+FILENAME+POWER -stackwalk profile+CSwitch+ReadyThread+DiskReadInit+DiskWriteInit -resultPath C:\TEMP Also please compress the ETL file as 7z/RAR to reduce the size.
  15. Send me a link to the ETL and I'll take a look at it.
  16. ...or simply running as non-Admin.... this is what the UAC is doing *facepalm*
  17. not really. Sorry. they do. 90% of the security issues are fixed only be having UAC on. http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2010/03/half-of-windows-flaws-mitigated-by-removing-admin-rights/
  18. is he also using Vista or at least Windows 7?
  19. but not for you, if you disable UAC and so disable the sandbox of IE.
  20. this is a new function since Windows 7 to prevent error messages: SetThreadErrorMode function https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/windows/desktop/dd553630%28v=vs.85%29.aspx so under Vista you get this error.
  21. my steps fix nothing, you can only see WHICH dll is missing.
  22. create a crash dump (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb787181%28VS.85%29.aspx), open it in Windbg, fix the symbols (https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/311503/en-us), now run !analyze -v and it should tell you which file was not found.
  23. I'm not impressed from what I see from Microsoft Edge. This all gray UI sucks completely. I'll stay on Firefox
  24. ok, you really seam to have 2 GPUs and the better GPU seams to have its own memory. Look in the BIOS if you can reduce the size of the memory assigned to the first GPU. Look if 128 or 256MB is possible to get more free memory to Windows.

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