Windows 10: Reliability History Hardware Error Unknown Cause
Bit of an update. Ever since I installed the latest CU, all the phantom hardware errors in Reliability History have vanished. Wonder if the latest update resolved it?
Thanks for updating us - I'll keep an eye on mine then. I can't tell on my rig yet because this phantom error is a weekly event and I don't think enough time has ticked by since this last cumulative update. Keeping my fingers crossed!
Sadly still an issue for me, it took 8 days but on both machines the phantom hardware error appeared in the reliability history today. Oh well, it was nice to have some hope for a while!!
Yep happened to me today too!
same issue also for me
Not a truly BSoD, as previously reported by other users it is showed only in reliability history and it seems to occur (often but not always) switching user..
Bug Check String: SESSION_HAS_VALID_POOL_ON_EXIT
Bug Check Code: 0x000000ab
Parameter 1: 00000000`00000001
Parameter 2: 00000000`000001d0
Parameter 3: 00000000`000001d0
Parameter 4: 00000003`00000003
Cause By Driver: ntoskrnl.exe
Cause By Address: ntoskrnl.exe+3d7d37
10 Pro X64 14393.576, Radeon Crimson ReLive Edition 16.12.2 (but it occurred also with previous buld).
If i'm not wrong, i bumped into this issue starting from build 351 (as per Scottyboy99 report)
Sorry for my poor english
Got another hardware error message today
Not much to report really. It still happens on both my machines approx. 7 days apart between each instance on the reliability history. Still totally in the dark over the cause. If I wasn't so finicky and didn't keep looking in the reliability history I'd be none the wiser because I see no detrimental effects on the machines! Maybe the creators update will put an end to it when it releases but I'm not holding out hopes. MS doesn't seem to address bugs or glitches quickly at all prefer pretending that they do not exist!
ok txs, i'll avoid to switch user continuing instead to reboot if i really have to change logged user...
I was receiving a hardware related error prior to installing Update for Windows (KB3216755) on 01-30-2017. I have not had this issue pop up since the update.
Here's mine after clean install: I had to clean install due to stability issues after upgrading from 8.1. In the process I loat Windows DVD player app.
Windows explorer keeps crashing when a new app or programs are installed.
I noted a message in reliability history this morning about svchost.exe having stopped working. First time I've ever seen that message. At the time I was signing in and out of our many family user accounts updating apps, it probably co incidee with...
I've used gpedit to allow manual control of updates and manually download and install updates when available, and I set "Notifiy to download" option. That gave me control similar to what I had with Win7. Or so I thought. But the Reliability...
When I go to control panel > Security and Maint. > Maint. > View reliability history
nothing happens, and control panel closes.
This happened in the last build also.