Event Viewer Errors after Anniversary Update

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  1. Posts : 6
    Windows 10
       #1

    Event Viewer Errors after Anniversary Update


    I updated my Windows 10 with the Anniversary update and now I see these couple of errors appear in the Event Viewer that had never appeared before the update.

    Event ID 4401
    Source: EFS
    Message: 7.488: EFS service failed to provision a user for EDP. Error code: 0x80070005.

    and

    Event ID 24
    Source: WMI
    Message: Event provider VmmsWmiEventProvider attempted to register query "SELECT * FROM __InstanceOperationEvent WHERE TargetInstance ISA "Msvm_ContainerSystem"" whose target class "Msvm_ContainerSystem" in //./root/virtualization/v2 namespace does not exist. The query will be ignored.

    These two errors will appear in Event Viewer right after I log into Windows after a boot.

    My system is running fine otherwise so far, its just seeing these errors in event viewer show up now is nagging me.

    Googling these doesn't really turn up anything useful, so I was hoping anybody here could provide help.
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  2. Steve C's Avatar
    Posts : 6,276
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
       #2

    I don't have those but have a new Error 3104 (see below). What's that due to?
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  3. Zardoc's Avatar
    Posts : 364
    Windows 10 Enterprise
       #3

    Steve C said:
    I don't have those but have a new Error 3104 (see below). What's that due to?
    Attachment 94023
    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.
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  4. Daz1967's Avatar
    Posts : 89
    Windows 10 Pro v1903 Build 18362
       #4

    newparadigm said:
    I updated my Windows 10 with the Anniversary update and now I see these couple of errors appear in the Event Viewer that had never appeared before the update.

    Event ID 4401
    Source: EFS
    Message: 7.488: EFS service failed to provision a user for EDP. Error code: 0x80070005.

    and

    Event ID 24
    Source: WMI
    Message: Event provider VmmsWmiEventProvider attempted to register query "SELECT * FROM __InstanceOperationEvent WHERE TargetInstance ISA "Msvm_ContainerSystem"" whose target class "Msvm_ContainerSystem" in //./root/virtualization/v2 namespace does not exist. The query will be ignored.

    These two errors will appear in Event Viewer right after I log into Windows after a boot.

    My system is running fine otherwise so far, its just seeing these errors in event viewer show up now is nagging me.

    Googling these doesn't really turn up anything useful, so I was hoping anybody here could provide help.
    I'm not sure about the second error but I also have the first one as well.

    I also have been suffering from an issue moving or installing Store apps and games to any other drive than C:. I also get error 0x80070005 (access denied, I believe). My thread on the issue is here: Solved Windows Store error 0x80070005 when using a different location to C: - Windows 10 Forums

    The galling thing is that this issue does not happen in Windows v1511 but seems to be triggered by upgrading to v1607. I have restored v1511 five times after encountering this issue in v1607 Builds 14385, 14388, 14390 and 14393 during the Insider Preview phase. I installed the Anniversary update via the official Windows Update after restoring v1511.

    Could you humour me and try to move a Windows Store app to another drive (if you can) or try setting the Storage location for apps to another drive and downloading a new app please? On my system, Windows Store acts as if it cannot write to any other drive than C: yet I can still move apps/games from H: to C: (but obviously not back from C: to H. I've had to move some stuff to C: in order to update them otherwise they fail with error 0x80070005.

    I'm wondering if this EFS issue and the Store permissions issue are somehow related but until someone else confirms they have the issue then I've got no way to prove (or disprove it) as I only own one PC.
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  5. swarfega's Avatar
    Posts : 7,084
    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit
       #5

    Heres mine!

    Event Viewer Errors after Anniversary Update-evenviewer2016.png

    As you can see theres quite a lot. sfc /scannow reports no corruption so I'm not sure what the cause is. This is a clean install of 14393. Previous install was like this as well.
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  6. lafargeotte's Avatar
    Posts : 199
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
       #6

    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.
    I had this 'EFS service failed to provision a user for EDP. Error code: 0x80070005' after updating. Found your solution. I did one and three. Error has disappeared.
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  7. Posts : 6
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #7

    lafargeotte said:
    I had this 'EFS service failed to provision a user for EDP. Error code: 0x80070005' after updating. Found your solution. I did one and three. Error has disappeared.
    Thanks, I'll try these steps as well later and report back. I do have CCleaner on my machine so maybe it is this issue.
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  8. Posts : 6
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #8

    Daz1967 said:
    I'm not sure about the second error but I also have the first one as well.

    I also have been suffering from an issue moving or installing Store apps and games to any other drive than C:. I also get error 0x80070005 (access denied, I believe). My thread on the issue is here: Solved Windows Store error 0x80070005 when using a different location to C: - Windows 10 Forums

    The galling thing is that this issue does not happen in Windows v1511 but seems to be triggered by upgrading to v1607. I have restored v1511 five times after encountering this issue in v1607 Builds 14385, 14388, 14390 and 14393 during the Insider Preview phase. I installed the Anniversary update via the official Windows Update after restoring v1511.

    Could you humour me and try to move a Windows Store app to another drive (if you can) or try setting the Storage location for apps to another drive and downloading a new app please? On my system, Windows Store acts as if it cannot write to any other drive than C: yet I can still move apps/games from H: to C: (but obviously not back from C: to H. I've had to move some stuff to C: in order to update them otherwise they fail with error 0x80070005.

    I'm wondering if this EFS issue and the Store permissions issue are somehow related but until someone else confirms they have the issue then I've got no way to prove (or disprove it) as I only own one PC.
    I actually do have my Windows Store Apps set to a different download location than the default on a different drive than C. I will try moving it back later and see if this error keeps appearing.
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  9. lafargeotte's Avatar
    Posts : 199
    64-bit Windows 10 Pro
       #9

    lafargeotte said:
    I had this 'EFS service failed to provision a user for EDP. Error code: 0x80070005' after updating. Found your solution. I did one and three. Error has disappeared.
    Spoke to soon. On my most recent boot the error has returned.

    Can you please expand on option2 - I don't seem to have search in control panel!
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  10. Posts : 2,763
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #10

    Hi,

    swarfega said:
    Heres mine!

    Event Viewer Errors after Anniversary Update-evenviewer2016.png

    As you can see theres quite a lot. sfc /scannow reports no corruption so I'm not sure what the cause is. This is a clean install of 14393. Previous install was like this as well.

    Wow, that's an impressive list you got yourself there.

    Can you clear the list and restart a couple of times to see if they keep on coming back ?

    The DCOM errors we can fix, the Kernel Pnp errors quite likely too.

    I don't even dare to show you a screenshot of mine. It's too clean.

    Cheers,
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