If a PC is healthy, then is it normal to see some errors and warnings in event viewer? In most cases you don't need to even look at it unless you're experiencing problems. A fault in the "Faultrep.dll" file could cause various warnings to appear and Windows will not function correctly until you resolve this error properly. August 22nd, 2006,03:19 AM #11 rik View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Old and Cranky Super Moderator Join Date Aug 2003 Location Watching Your every move... Source
The message contains details on which program and module stopped. Remember that I'm a kernel specialist, so this'll be from that perspective (in other words, rules may be a bit different for user mode stuff). Would you be able to elaborate further on SFC and sanity check my understanding that a healthy system will see some errors in the report? The computer was fully configured when this Event ID occurred.
As such, it's protected by the different mechanisms I discussed in the paragraph just before Q1. Now, let's just confuse things with a caveat here.... The Faultrep.dll errors generally show when you turn on or shut down your PC. Have you ever encountered the 'Windows Runtime Error', if yes, this article helps you with the steps that can resolve the error, thus saving you from delays. ...
Other major causes of fautrep.dll errors are malware infections and registry issues. When it can't fix it with backup copies, then it flags them as "Windows found corrupt files and could not fix some of them" Then it's a matter of fixing them have you tried to do a repair install? Does the error reporting client ever pop-up?
But it's often the cause of many errors itself, and you should fix any errors caused by faultrep.dll as soon as you find it. Guest, Mar 27, 2004 #2 Advertisements Show Ignored Content Want to reply to this thread or ask your own question? Event ID 1000, Application Error - svchost.exe_DiagTrack, ntdll.dll Started by eq_eldar , Jun 06 2015 04:22 PM Please log in to reply 9 replies to this topic #1 eq_eldar eq_eldar Members https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/914048 DLL-Error-Fixes.com How to Resolve Faultrep.dll Errors What is faultrep.dll?
At the very end I will post some 'side questions' that are indirectly related to this issue, but I feel I need clearing up, because I'm pretty new to this event How often does this appear in Event Viewer? In fact, it happened daily between 6th May - 11th May 2015. In the meantime the 3rd party driver can exit and we're left with no evidence of it.
Can't thank you enough for the help here As for running SFC (system file checker), there's no need - but it wouldn't hurt if you did it. PC Review Home Newsgroups > Windows XP > Windows XP Performance > Home Home Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Articles Articles Quick More > How to Fix Faultrep.dll Error This page offer the best solution to fix faultrep.dll error ,and the best way to recover lost data caused by faultrep.dll error. ... There are many different reasons for things getting corrupted.
Spyware Removal Tips | Read the Forum Rules August 22nd, 2006,04:19 AM #12 bhxtyrant View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Platinum+ Member Join Date Jan 2005 Posts 734 Well theres this contact form Just that whole thing with the internet ceasing to function has me concerned about trying it. It takes just 2 minutes to sign up (and it's free!). I booted the computer in Safe Mode and was able to open the Control Panel without any problem.
We have found that this tool has consistently the most effective and versatile, allowing you to quickly fix most problems on your PC. I've never seen a system without them (unless the owner has turned the reporting mechanism off) - and I've been doing this intensively for many years. August 22nd, 2006,15:28 PM #13 rik View Profile View Forum Posts Visit Homepage Old and Cranky Super Moderator Join Date Aug 2003 Location Watching Your every move... have a peek here As I can see from your number, I am not far off the beaten track, which is good to know.
If the faultrep.dll file is corrupted, damaged or unusable, any faults on your operating system will remain unreported. 1The most common Faultrep.dll error messages: 1. "The file faultrep.dll is missing." 2. Here is some more information on the issue. If I have not seen this issue since, should I have any reason to investigate or try and go back in time and 'fix' it?
So, if you receive faultrep.dll errors soon after you uninstall a program, reinstall it to fix the DLL issue. Random BSODs are gonna typically be memory related. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. All Rights Reserved.
Download Share: Feedback: Faultrep.dll repair tool rates: - 3454 votes from 78750 surveys conducted on Jul 28, 2015. Stay logged in Welcome to PC Review! If the problem persists you could turn of error reporting in the Control Panel | System \ Advanced Tab | Error Reporting button. Check This Out I am currently, digging through a number of these 'error' events in event viewer and if google doesn't turn up any answers, I shall be posting back here to investigate further.
Sponsor Links Home About F.A.Q. Posts 4,688 No, not really. The only time I look at my own Event Viewer is either to cite examples, or if I'm having an issue. If you are here, we can guess because of some errors in your computer.
As for me, I use it primarily to look for problems - after someone has reported problems with their computer. Farooq Mohammed Guest We have a problem with windows XP professional for one of our applications running on windows xp professional. Q2 - Yes, it is unrealistic to expect to see 0 errors and warnings in the Application/System/Admin log files. Data Recovery Retrieve your lost/deleted files from PC/Mac and storage devices including hard drive, memory card, flash drive etc.
My view on these errors is "no harm = no foul" In other words, if it's not causing you a problem - then it's not worth looking into. Although there's a lot that I still don't understand, each time that I read a copy I learn a bit more about Windows and how it works. - John Microsoft MVP If corrupted, it tries to fix them using backup copies on the system. x 24 Private comment: Subscribers only.
Concepts to understand: How can an application become faulty? Again, this may or may not have the desired result on your PC because faultrep.dll is an essential file that Windows requires to run… and not many programs would actively overwrite