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#1 Mcwierdo

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Posted 30 March 2009 - 03:49 AM

I start up my computer and everything is normal until it's been on for a few hours. Then this pops up:

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It's in Danish and basically says that:

"sink to receive asynchronous callbacks for wmi client application has stopped working. There was a problem which makes this app not work correctly so windows shut it down and will tell you when there is a solution."

So it's the basic error message that we all know so well. So then I click the button and everything returns to normal! It just seems like nothing is wrong, but since I got that message something must be wrong!

Do any of you know what this is? Help is muchly appreciated!

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Posted 31 March 2009 - 05:16 AM

No one can help me? :huh:

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Posted 31 March 2009 - 06:10 AM

Do you use any McAfee security software?

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Posted 31 March 2009 - 08:02 AM

A web search reveals a lot of issues with Firefox, Adobe, and network connections programs. The most common being a problem with Internet Security apps not allowing Firefox to check the web. Some success is reported when telling the firewall to trust all instances of Firefox.exe.

That being said, I'd suggest checking the Event Viewer...Windows logs...Application log file for errors around the time that this message occurred. If there's nothing significant there, then check the System log file.
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Posted 31 March 2009 - 05:00 PM

Do you use any McAfee security software?


No, I use Bitdefender Total Security 2009.


A web search reveals a lot of issues with Firefox, Adobe, and network connections programs. The most common being a problem with Internet Security apps not allowing Firefox to check the web. Some success is reported when telling the firewall to trust all instances of Firefox.exe.

That being said, I'd suggest checking the Event Viewer...Windows logs...Application log file for errors around the time that this message occurred. If there's nothing significant there, then check the System log file.


All programs that require an internet connection are on full trust with Bitdefender, so that can't be the problem. I'm going to check the logs as you said. I'll report back later. Thank you very much for your help!


I forgot to ask the first time: What exactly is "sink to receive asynchronous callbacks for wmi client application"?




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