Windows 10: How to find Shutdown Error in LOG?
How to find Shutdown Error in LOG?
All is working fine. However, the last 2 nights when I shutdown, an error comes up about accessing an instruction. It is so fast I can not read it. As I said, all seems OK, but wonder just what this error says and if there is a Program it is coming from. I tried looking at the event viewer but there is so much there I can not find what I want.
OHH...I found it! It says..
Application popup: DDE Server Window: explorer.exe - Application Error : The instruction at 0x00007FF6EAFA90E2 referenced memory at 0x0000000000000030. The memory could not be written.
Yes, exact same error....since the recent big Windows 10 Update
I'm getting the exact same error to the letter.........happening every since the recent big Windows 10 update a couple weeks ago. Did you find a solution ?
No...it went away, then comes back sometimes and mine, too, started after an update!
I hope it's ok if I start a new topic on this issue. My original issue is here Error at shutdown - Windows 10 Forums
I'm still having the problem that when I shutdown my computer at night I'm getting this error message. 64301
It doesn't matter...
I get this message pretty much every night I shut down the computer. I had it while using windows 8.1 and when I upgraded to windows 10 I was still having the issue. ...
everytime I shut down my computer I recieve this error. The computer has sudenly become less responsive as well but not sure if the two are related.
Upon every shutdown I get the following error message:
The title bar states:
I am running Windows 10 Build 10130. I have already tried the default troubleshooting procedures(clean boot, etc.)
I attached an image of the error below: