Local Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID

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  1. Posts : 292
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       #11

    Local Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID


    Hi. This DistributedCom 10016 is an issue that has existed for a long time. Windows recently changed it from an error to a warning. This issue has been posted about many times. I don't think it is the cause of any problems you may be having. It is a harmless issue and you'd do best to just live with it if it is not causing any problems which it rarely does. If you make a mistake in trying to take ownership of the files in question you can cause some serious problems to your system. It would be in your best interest to just leave it alone.
    Mark
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  2. Posts : 16
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    Thread Starter
       #12

    I did several things now. In order to see if there is a problem with hardware I did the following:

    1. SMART on SSD. The results were good:
    Local Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID-smart1.png

    2. Windows Memory Diagnostics. The results were good:
    Local Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID-m1.png

    3. Long stress test on GPU with FurMark. No crashes, normal thermals.

    4. Long stress test on CPU with prime95 and later with FurMark (CPU burner). No crashes, normal thermals.

    5. I formatted all partitions, made a brand new windows boot USB (the one I used a few days ago was 2-3 years old) and installed clean copy of windows. I let windows do all the updates. I updated my motherboard with Asus armory and installed last recommended and stable AMD driver.

    After 5-6 hours of using my PC I had no crashes while being idle or browsing but I did experience one crash when entering a game and just being in the main menu.
    In the Event Viewer I saw the following errors (read from top to bottom, newest column is the left one and the oldest events are in the right column):
    Local Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID-o1.png

    How does this look to you now? I believe I'm experiencing either driver problems because some of my components are newly released (GPU / mobo) or something is incompatible... What would you recommend me to do now in order to improve the stability of the system?

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    Mcd73165 said:
    Hi. This DistributedCom 10016 is an issue that has existed for a long time. Windows recently changed it from an error to a warning. This issue has been posted about many times. I don't think it is the cause of any problems you may be having. It is a harmless issue and you'd do best to just live with it if it is not causing any problems which it rarely does. If you make a mistake in trying to take ownership of the files in question you can cause some serious problems to your system. It would be in your best interest to just leave it alone.
    Mark
    Thanks Mark. I did several a few new things that you can see in the post above this one. The only reason why I'm trying to do anything is because I'm experiencing a few crashes every day. Well it's more of a freeze to be precise because the PC is running but I can't do anything so I'm forced to restart.

    In my previous post I uploaded a screenshot with errors from the Event Viewer that lead to a crash / freeze. The more I'm investigating this problem the more I'm thinking that there is something wrong with either 5700XT or x570 TUF drivers...
      My Computer


  3. Posts : 7,089
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #13

    All my PCs have these so called 'errors'. They are best left alone since fiddling with settings as noted above may have unintended consequences. See Why Certain DCOM 10016 Events Don't Matter
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  4. Posts : 16
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #14

    Steve C said:
    All my PCs have these so called 'errors'. They are best left alone since fiddling with settings as noted above may have unintended consequences. See Why Certain DCOM 10016 Events Don't Matter
    I'll leave them alone then. What do you think about other errors posted in my last screenshot? Are those just AMD Driver errors that lead to black screens? The shut down was initiated by me when I pressed the restart button on my PC.
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  5. Posts : 7,089
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #15

    I used to get that AMD error in an old driver and just ignored it. AMD GPU drivers operate differently now - try a new AMD driver. None of those errors would bother me unless they are very frequent. I only really take note of errors which are reported in Reliability History.
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  6. Posts : 10
    Windows 10 Pro + Ubuntu 20.04 LTS
       #16

    Anon7mous said:

    Long stress test on GPU with FurMark.
    I know that this thread is a little old, but DO NOT use Furmark. It's useless for stability and can harm easily your video card. Games, Unigine Valley, 3D mark for testing. Watch for driver crashes/artefacts etc. About warnings in event viewer - they are harmless and not related with crashes.
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  7. Posts : 16
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    Thread Starter
       #17

    poeblightleague said:
    I know that this thread is a little old, but DO NOT use Furmark. It's useless for stability and can harm easily your video card. Games, Unigine Valley, 3D mark for testing. Watch for driver crashes/artefacts etc. About warnings in event viewer - they are harmless and not related with crashes.
    Thanks for the info. I'll switch to 3d mark then
      My Computer


  8. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #18

    Anon7mous said:
    I did several things now. In order to see if there is a problem with hardware I did the following:

    1. SMART on SSD. The results were good:
    Local Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID-smart1.png

    2. Windows Memory Diagnostics. The results were good:
    Local Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID-m1.png

    3. Long stress test on GPU with FurMark. No crashes, normal thermals.

    4. Long stress test on CPU with prime95 and later with FurMark (CPU burner). No crashes, normal thermals.

    5. I formatted all partitions, made a brand new windows boot USB (the one I used a few days ago was 2-3 years old) and installed clean copy of windows. I let windows do all the updates. I updated my motherboard with Asus armory and installed last recommended and stable AMD driver.

    After 5-6 hours of using my PC I had no crashes while being idle or browsing but I did experience one crash when entering a game and just being in the main menu.
    In the Event Viewer I saw the following errors (read from top to bottom, newest column is the left one and the oldest events are in the right column):
    Local Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID-o1.png

    How does this look to you now? I believe I'm experiencing either driver problems because some of my components are newly released (GPU / mobo) or something is incompatible... What would you recommend me to do now in order to improve the stability of the system?

    - - - Updated - - -



    Thanks Mark. I did several a few new things that you can see in the post above this one. The only reason why I'm trying to do anything is because I'm experiencing a few crashes every day. Well it's more of a freeze to be precise because the PC is running but I can't do anything so I'm forced to restart.

    In my previous post I uploaded a screenshot with errors from the Event Viewer that lead to a crash / freeze. The more I'm investigating this problem the more I'm thinking that there is something wrong with either 5700XT or x570 TUF drivers...
    I currently have the same problems with you, but in my case they only occur when I play games. The games I play crash to pc and majority of them crash to desktop with no errors. I've basically done everything, reinstalled gpu drivers, stress tested the gpu, check for corrupt files, tested ram using memtest 64, clean the pc, and even reformatted my pc. Since I assumed that my GPU was the problem, I removed it and decided to use my APU instead. But the problem persisted after a few weeks. I've posted a thread on tom's hardware regarding my situation and someone commented that my PSU may be the cause of the problem. I suggest buying or switching the PSU you currently have with another and test to see if the problem still persists. I haven't done this yet cause I don't have anyone who has a spare PSU and I can't buy a new one yet since I don't have money.

    Here's a screenshot of my Event 10016, DistributedCOM. I got this after I got a crash from playing Rainbow Six Siege.
    Note: I wasn't able to get into a match. The game crashed on the main menu.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Local Launch permission for the COM Server application with CLSID-event-10016-distributedcom.png  
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