Windows 10: Muroc System Trace

  1.    18 Apr 2017 #1

    Muroc System Trace


    Does anyone have any idea about what Event ID 2 Kernel-EventTracing 'Session Muroc System Trace failed to start 0xC0000035' means? It appeared once today, after a restart of the system not again. Is it something serious or just one of those many annoyances I should just ignore?

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  3.    18 Apr 2017 #3


    tnx! Just to be sure I put back an image. Never saw the error before, probably Kaspersky was perfprming an update too early or so. It's probably nothing, but jst before I created an image with everything exactly setup as I wanted. Why take the risk? After restoring the error wasn't there also, as expected. So yeah, one of those mysterious events that happen once in a blue moon I guess. Normally I wouldn't even have done an image restore, but having a good one close at hand was too tempting . Wish one day Windows would be clear about what to worry about and what not. But I guess that will be an idle hope.

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