Windows 10: My Norton AV tells me: "dm_log_collector.exe is not safe and has been Solved

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  1. Posts : 9,031
    Windows 10 Enterprise and Pro/Windows 7 Enterprise/Linux Mint
       11 May 2016 #21

    Also, please download the most current driver for your Nvidia card from http://www.geforce.com/drivers . Look and see if you have a folder named C:/Nvidia. If you do, inside it will be a display drivers folder. Inside that will be all of the drivers you have installed. They will be folders with the driver numbers. Like a folder named 362.00. Delete all of those folders but do not delete the display drivers folder. If you don't have a C:/Nvidia, don't worry about it. Uninstall all of the Nvidia graphics drivers you see such as the Nvidia HDMI driver, Nvidia GeForce Experience, virtual audio and such. Just be sure to uninstall the Nvidia Graphics driver last. It will ask for a reboot, go ahead and reboot. Upon reaching the desktop again install the new drivers you downloaded, but do not use the express install, use custom install. Make sure the 'Clean Install' box is checked. Uncheck everything except the Graphics Driver and the PhysX driver. Install nothing else. Then install with only those 2 selected.
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  2.    11 May 2016 #22

    The Nvidia Card came with the computer 4 years ago. I had an issue with getting the driver to update automatically. My IT Guy corrected that by downloading the new driver manually and updated it. Now is Ver. 10.18.13.5382
    Before upgrading to Win 10 I added a new SSD as my primary and changed 8GB to 16GB RAM.
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    Norton won't give me any problems running the diagnostic .exe; I've just added that file to Norton's Exclusion List.
    Or are you suggesting removing Norton for another reason?
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    I had trouble adding the photo file; might be a size issue. I'll reduced its size and add it here.
    Oops, I made it 20" wide and filename say 10"; my bad.
    Thanks
    /jdU
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  3.    11 May 2016 #23

    Re: "Also, please download the most current driver for your Nvidia card from http://www.geforce.com/drivers . Look and see if you have a folder named C:/Nvidia."
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    I'm needed elsewhere; I'll want to follow your instructions carefully. Let's continue tomorrow.
    Please take a look at my Nvidia folders & files. The attached shows only about half the files in the driver folder.
    Please comment on what extension I should be deleting, etc.
    Thanks very much
    /jdU
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  4. Posts : 9,031
    Windows 10 Enterprise and Pro/Windows 7 Enterprise/Linux Mint
       11 May 2016 #24

    I've never seen a Desktop with Optimus. Is this an AIO? Forget the display driver for right now.

    I would like you to completely remove Norton for our testing. Some computers run Norton OK, But there are numerous computers that Norton creates all kinds of problems.

    The screenshot you showed is not a BSOD per say. It isn't even attempting to write a dump file, it is something else.
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  5.    11 May 2016 #25

    Hi essenbe,
    I'm not sure about "Optimus". I see (you saw) a folder in the Nvidia directory for "Display.Optimus". It has only 3 files in it. I happy to provide any other details on the Nvidia Card and/or GeForce program/software/drivers.
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    AIO (All In One?) No, it is a full HP Desktop Tower
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    I dug into my email 4 years ago Feb 2012 and came up with the configuration / shipping documentation attached. It describes exactly what I have now with the exception of the new SSD primary: 250 GB and it still has both 1.0 TB Hard Drives & I boosted the RAM to 16 GB.
    See attached.
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    Norton has always worked well on this computer and in the past when I did have some issues, it was quite a lot of work for Norton Support to uninstall it and reinstall it.
    Since it appears to be working perfectly right now, I hesitate to uninstall it.
    But if you have reason to believe Norton is causing the issues, let's talk about it.
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    So that wasn't a BSOD? Does that screen have a name?

    Thanks very much,
    /jdU
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  6. Posts : 9,031
    Windows 10 Enterprise and Pro/Windows 7 Enterprise/Linux Mint
       11 May 2016 #26

    That screen probably does have a name, I'm just not sure what it is called. I have seen it a few times myself. I have had numerous dealings with Norton. It basically takes over the computer. Just like the DM Log file. It decides what you can load and what you can't. All it takes is it to allow proper permissions or access to one or two files for your computer not to boot. We have also had problems with it during upgrades. Norton really doesn't like them and some fail and some are just messed up because of it. I am not going to try to tell you that is what your problem is. I can't say that. But, understand. From my perspective, I am supposed to find out what is making your computer to BSOD or have errors. The first approach is always to remove anything that is known to cause problems. At least that is my approach. You can decide. It's your computer. I only make suggestions.

    Tell you what. Right click on the start flag and select Command Prompt (Admin) in the window that opens copy/paste this
    Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth give it time to work. It will give you a successful or failed message. If it gives you a failed message, tell me what the message is.
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  7. Posts : 9,031
    Windows 10 Enterprise and Pro/Windows 7 Enterprise/Linux Mint
       11 May 2016 #27

    Did your computer come with a Graphics card? I don't see one listed in the attachment you provided. I also don't see the power supply listed.
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  8.    11 May 2016 #28

    OK, here's what I got:

    Quote"
    Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.10586]
    (c) 2015 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

    C:\WINDOWS\system32>Dism /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth

    Deployment Image Servicing and Management tool
    Version: 10.0.10586.0

    Image Version: 10.0.10586.0

    [==========================100.0%==========================]
    The restore operation completed successfully.
    The operation completed successfully.

    C:\WINDOWS\system32>

    "Quote
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    Video Card is listed:
    3GB DDR3 NVIDIA GeForce GT 545 [DVI, HDMI, VGA]

    Am surprised the Power supply isn't listed as it was an option (er...I think):
    600 Watt
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    Thanks for working with me.
    What's next?
    /jdU

    P.S.: When I had my IT Guy handle the SSD installation (Samsung) using the transfer software we agreed to remove the old System Restore Partition since I'll never want to go back to original factory state. I asked him to leave all the files on the original Hard Drive (now D:\) in case there might be something I needed later. He tried to remove the Restore partition on the original drive after the transfer and somehow everything on the disk got deleted. He copied the "C:" data from the SSD to the Hard Drive (D:\) and decided not to touch the 100 MB partition on the SSD. It sits there in red annoying me, but what's 100 MB?
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    I'm pretty sure it (100 MB) was totally empty at that time. Now it has 3 "old-date" files and a "Boot" folder dated the same as the date Win 10 Upgrade was done. It included data on different languages all old dates and these 3 files with the date of the upgrade:
    BCD{5b531b54-08c9-11e6-8a8e-e840f20c8749}.TM.blf
    BCD{5b531b54-08c9-11e6-8a8e-e840f20c8749}.TMContainer00000000000000000001.regtrans-ms
    BCD{5b531b54-08c9-11e6-8a8e-e840f20c8749}.TMContainer00000000000000000002.regtrans-ms

    Some Google time told me some computers have Win 10 creating 3 partitions ..., so, since otherwise this machine is working very well, I just accept it as what? Just, "Oh, well ... "

    Macrium shows this best so see the capture attached.
    Maybe you'll find it interesting.
    FYI: I renamed that partition to "Data (Q\)" as it is an alpha character "out of my sight".
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  9. Posts : 9,031
    Windows 10 Enterprise and Pro/Windows 7 Enterprise/Linux Mint
       11 May 2016 #29

    JDU, I'll respond in the morning. But did the Graphics card come with the computer or was it bought later?
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  10.    11 May 2016 #30

    It was part of the package. Standard for that model I believe ... I'm sure I didn't have any options. Just thought it looked good ... high-end.
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