Got referred here by Noknojon in the Anti-Virus, Firewall forum. There's 22 posts there, so instead of rehashing those posts here, probably best to go there and read it.
Original topic can be found here: http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/forums/t/487702/i-have-set-mse-updates-for-manual-install-but-it-auto-installs-anyway/
Mod Edit: Added link to original topic above. ~bloopie
But the thread topic is what I initially believed was without warning shutting my computer down. Causing a loss of whatever work I had done on my word processor. Not a good thing when you have time deadlines to finish work.
So that's why I'm here, trying to figure out what is causing the announced shutdowns.
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As stated in my other thread I got a Error 1075 when I ran a Realibility & Performance Monitor Check. Saying Windows could not start the NetMsq Listener Adapter on Local Computer. The dependency service does not exist or has been marked for deletion.
I don't know if this is related to the announced shutdowns or not? But thought posting it couldn't hurt.
I have that report on my desktop if needed. Noknojon gave me a link to a MS 1075 Error thread. Which seemed to have a fix that other posters said worked for them by deleting a registry key that applies to the 1075 error. But I wasn't sure how to save that specific registry key before deleting? Export that specific key-save-then delete? Any suggestions here appreciated.
I have run full Malewarebytes scans showing no issues. I was running a full MSE scan yesterday, which ran for a couple of hours and I got the bue screen shutdown during the MSE scan. So no clue whats going on and why I'm here.
So thanks ahead of time, any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks, sumguy.
Edited by bloopie, 14 April 2013 - 02:24 PM.
Removed DDS logs