Wish I could say that. I've tried each and every one. Even deleting the OneSync in CMD prompt which promptly created about 220 more errors so I had to use Macrium Reflect to go back and do a image restore. (had sys restore turned off grr) all those registry Start settings from 2 to 3 to 4 all did nothing when rebooting. Funny how it works for some and not others. I too have W10 Pro x64 one thing I do have that may be another issue is I use the Classic Shell that mimics W7 but have seen no Shell errors in Event Viewer. It just may be that another error I'm having could be triggering all those 'Session' errors. Tried to use the W10 .ISO to repair it and the dang thing said 'Your PC Can't Run Windows 10' when its already on there, now that's a new one.
Outside of the Event errors the thing does run snappy but from time to time get DCOM errors; thought I had that one put back in its hole but it keeps popping up from time to time and from what I hear and read DCOM is a gateway for malware. Once I got rid of all the DCOM errors the system really seemed to to into a different gear with all sorts of things working that didn't previously like for instance the Task Bar started responding to mouse clicks whereas it didn't and startup sounds just to name a few.
thanks rezpower for atleast getting back...it must be nice not having those aggravating errors.