Windows 10: Errors persisting in windows 10 even after clean install. Help needed!

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    Win 10 Pro 64-bit (Anniversary 1607)
       29 Dec 2015 #61

    Just installed a brand fresh install of Win 10 Pro TH2 (the installation media was created this afternoon) and the issue still persist .

    While reviewing my events log I see that the same strange errors occur at every shut up - those are 4 events referring most likely to the service mentioned in the earlier posts - their descriptions are:
    - The Sync Host_37c69 service terminated unexpectedly.
    - The Contact Data_37c69 service terminated unexpectedly.
    - The User Data Storage_37c69 service terminated unexpectedly.
    - The User Data Access_37c69 service terminated unexpectedly.

    I've also noted that the numbers after the service names change after every reboot.

    Since I actually do use OneDrive I'm not willing to apply the solution related to disabling the particular service.

    Have there been any other potential solutions found?
    Last edited by mikolajek; 30 Dec 2015 at 03:42.
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  2.    25 Jan 2016 #62

    Anyone figure this out yet?
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  3.    25 Jan 2016 #63

    I believe the lack of real reconciliation is the on going problem of the OS itself, i.e. it`s fighting itself at this point in time and will take a concerted effort from MS to resolve it. Whether or not it causes real issues is another question in itself. When I first upgraded I was getting literallly hundreds of errors, this was an upgrade from W7 that would show no errors, that I had meticulously gone through eliminating one by one previous to the upgrade. Most are multiples of DCOM and Applicantions and a host of random 'user' errors.
    I truly believe it is something we`ll all have to live with. I have gotten the errors down the usual four of what I call shut down errors
    that you'll notice by the timeline are when we shut our systems down and upon restart I am now down to eight warnings. I`ve spent hours and hours trying to get to the bottom of it but out of exasperation will settle for these 12 to 14.........for now.
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  4.    26 Jan 2016 #64

    tazmo8448 said: View Post
    I believe the lack of real reconciliation is the on going problem of the OS itself, i.e. it`s fighting itself at this point in time and will take a concerted effort from MS to resolve it. Whether or not it causes real issues is another question in itself. When I first upgraded I was getting literallly hundreds of errors, this was an upgrade from W7 that would show no errors, that I had meticulously gone through eliminating one by one previous to the upgrade. Most are multiples of DCOM and Applicantions and a host of random 'user' errors.
    I truly believe it is something we`ll all have to live with. I have gotten the errors down the usual four of what I call shut down errors
    that you'll notice by the timeline are when we shut our systems down and upon restart I am now down to eight warnings. I`ve spent hours and hours trying to get to the bottom of it but out of exasperation will settle for these 12 to 14.........for now.
    Unfortunately I agree.
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  5.    20 Feb 2016 #65

    Microsoft has acknowledged the issue. It has no obvious impact - at least not on this PC.
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3118867

    Remedies mentioned below, culled from various forums, do not solve it permanently...

    1. Change Bitlocker service to AUTOMATIC

    2. Change the START item in this registry key and the "3xxx" OneSyncSvc key below it to 4...
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Services\OneSyncSvc

    That is the same as running the following command, which will disable People, Calendar and Mail apps...
    sc stop "OneSyncSvc"
    sc config "OneSyncSvc" start= disabled

    3. In SETTINGS|PRIVACY|CONTACTS, turn off all toggles.

    Bottom line: ignore the error.
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