Event Viewer Errors after Anniversary Update

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  1. Posts : 92
    Windows 10 Pro v21H1 Build 19043

    mbushnaq00 said:
    I am also having the same issue. I have forza 6 apex installed on drive D only and since I moved it back to Drive C the error went away. However this is not ideal solution for me since the game is around 20GB and I have limited space in Drive C.

    I also noticed the WindowsApps folder in Drive D is accessible and I can browse the content of Forza 6 apex app. I guess EFS is not encrypting the folder which causes the error to show up in event viewer

    If anyone can help with a solution I would really appreciate it.
    Can you move Forza APEX back from your C: to your D: drive? Could you please try this as I have an issue, as mentioned earlier in this thread, that prevents me from doing this (error 0x80070005). So far no-one has confirmed they can do this post-v1607 upgrade so I no idea if this a bug with this build or something specific to my machine. If one other person can confirm that they have the same issue then it means we can try to resolve this issue together.

    I did NOT have this issue in Windows v1511; it only happens when upgrading to v1607. I have done this five times now with the same result. I have not tried a clean install, only because I have so much software installed that this would only be a last resort. Even then I'd rather live with this issue and just buy a larger SSD to install Windows and all the Store games on because they update and install fine on C:.
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  2. Posts : 10
    Win 10 x64 Preview 14385

    rboris said:
    i have exactly the same COM server error.
    So do I and the EFS error also after clean install to a new SSD(C:) and using old WD Black Cav 1tb HDD for storage(D:). I have been reading thru this but haven't spotted a fix or a reason why it happens. I also did install the Forza game to D: instead of C:. I see that someone said there is a guide to fixing the COM server errors but can't find it can someone please point me in the right direction? And any help with the EFS error would greatly appreciated! Finally are these errors a serious issue or not causing any noticeable effects for most? Thanks Again!
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  3. Posts : 47
    Windows 10

    Zardoc said:
    I Steve,

    A few answers.

    One if you have CCleaner and ms search is enabled in cleanup, uncheck the the box.
    Two go to control panel/search and reset (admin mode) search. Yo can also choose what to search.

    Third, if you have an SSD disable superfetch and search. in services. The ssd can compensate the speed.
    could you please be more specific in how to fix the issue, if you dont mind. "go to control panel/search and reset (admin mode) search" i dont understand
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  4. Posts : 22
    Windows 10 64 Pro

    fdegrove said:
    Yes, that's normal.

    The DCOM errors are also typical and occur on every install I've seen so far.
    They're easy to fix if you follow the guidelines described in this thread.

    I assume you meant to include a link to another thread, as there are no instructions for fixing DCOM errors in this one.
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  5. Posts : 2,832
    Windows 10 Pro X64


    Oops, sorry about that.

    Here's a link:

    Windows 10 Event ID 10010 and 10016 Errors With DistributedCOM

    If anyone needs further help just let me know.

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  6. Posts : 22
    Windows 10 64 Pro

    Thanks, fdegrove
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