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Thread: WMI Event Error : 0x80041003

  1. #1
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    WMI Event Error : 0x80041003

    Hello,

    in the event log, Applications tab, I have this error on every boot

    "Event filter with query" SELECT * FROM __InstanceModificationEvent WITHIN 60 WHERE TargetInstance ISA Win32_Processor "AND TargetInstance.LoadPercentage> 99" could not be reactivated in the namespace '/ / ./root/CIMV2 "because of error 0x80041003. The events can not be delivered through this filter until the problem is not corrected."

    I can not find the solution to eliminate

    Help me please

    thank you in advance

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    Re: WMI Event Error : 0x80041003

    For those who have this error in Event Viewer.

    Installation of Vista SP 1 sometimes (perhaps on some hardware) the recurrence of the error 0x80041003. This error is not very serious in itself and does not cause serious dysfunction for routine use, but it appears each time the machine in the event viewer and can
    block certain functions.

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    Re: WMI Event Error : 0x80041003

    The error of WMI, (0 80041003) is a known Microsoft error, though not themselves know what the cause.

    I have the solution for that:

    1. Start the computer as Administrator.
    2. On the Start menu, in the search field type cmd.
    3. At the top of the menu will display the information cmd.exe, click the button to the right on it, and select Run as administrator.
    4. In the DOS window, it pops up, type the following:
    5. net stop winmgmt
    6. And press Enter
    7. Then select Y to accept, and wait until the service is shut off.
    8. After the services are shut down, type the following:
    9. del c: \ Windows \ System32 \ wbem \ Repository \ *.*
    10. And press Enter
    11. Then select Y to accept.
    12. Type exit and press enter.
    13. Restart the computer.
    14. After the system restarts, wait a few moments.
    15. May appear a few more error messages.
    16. After a few minutes then restart the system again, and this message should not occur again.

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    Re: WMI Event Error : 0x80041003

    Hello,

    It is an error related to Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI)

    Here's how to fix it:

    Start -> All Programs -> Accessories -> right-click Command Prompt -> Run as administrator -> you copy and paste this:

    net stop winmgmt
    DEL C:\Windows\System32\wbem\Repository\*.* del c:\Windows\System32\WBEM\Repository\*.*

    Restart the PC and let the system idle for several minutes.
    There will still WMI warnings in the event log.
    Restart once again and the error message and warning will be gone.

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    Re: WMI Event Error : 0x80041003

    Readers should clearly be told that recommendations of this post's strings don't resolve the issue by fixing it. Instead those instructions merely result in the error no longer being logged in the event log. Or am I wrong?

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    Re: WMI Event Error : 0x80041003

    It looks like the problem is some data is being queried for on the computer by MS WWI and it can't find it, and it is blowing-up. With the word "namepace" in it, it seems to be a .Net program.Delete the files in the REPOSITORY folders (..\System32\wbem) (you will have to turn off the winmanagement service to do that) 'net stop winmgmt'. This typically results when the process trying to access the namespace does not have the required WMI privileges. The account attempting remote access should be an administrator on the target computer; in addition, the account might need to have a specific privilege enabled.

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    Re: WMI Event Error : 0x80041003

    i did exactly what you indicated and ended up losing or corrupting *.ini's and the had to perform a restore. i couldn't even the machine to soft boot; it would only go to welcome and then stop even being busy.
    it's all right because i always have plenty of restore points and that error doesn't effect the operation of my machine. i just found it when i was viewing logs in the event viewer.
    take care,

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