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Event Viewer Errors in Windows 7 64bit

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Old 02-12-2009
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Event Viewer Errors in Windows 7 64bit

After completing my rig I checked he Event Viewer to find any error. I had seen few errors which were related to kernel event tracing. It is a new system. It has a 64bit edition of Windows. Now if there was any error than I would have ignored, but this error is related to some kernel stuff. The error was some Circular Kernel Context Logger and the error number was 0xC0000035. I searched on Google about the error but nothing was listed. It looks to be some kind of serious issue that I cannot ignore. Does anyone has any idea about this thing.

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That can be a serious. I will share my experience for some kernel error that I had faced. My friend bought a system and he installed Windows 7 32bit OS on it. For last 6 months he might have re-installed Windows a hundred of time. Because due to some reason he was getting constant blue screen. He contacted the vendor who replaced his motherboard and ram. But still the issue was constant. So he called me. First I went in Event Viewer. There was a kernal power error. I installed CPUID and checked this system specs where I find that the cpu he is using was a 64bit processor. So inshort he was trying to install a 32bit driver on 64bit system which not compatible. The cause of error was NIC driver. Later on he installed Windows 7 64bit and everything is working fine. So in your system it looks there is some incompatible driver or hardware which can create issue in future. Try to locate the information on it.
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Till your system does not crash stay happy. Use it and ignore those errors. There are chances that some internal hardware or system files causes the issue. If you are getting bluescreen then post the complete code here and you will find answers easily.
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