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scripted diagnostics native host has stopped working


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#1 Ettasy

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Posted 06 March 2014 - 10:13 PM

I am running Windows 8.1. The SDNH error keeps popping up and is really annoying. It doesn't seemed to be tied to anything and crashes randomly.

 

sfc /scannow came back with no problems. cmd was in administrator mode.

 

Here is a log for one of the events in Reliability Monitor.

 

Source
Scripted Diagnostics Native Host
 
Summary
Stopped working
 
Date
‎3/‎6/‎2014 8:31 PM
 
Status
Report sent
 
Description
Faulting Application Path: C:\Windows\System32\sdiagnhost.exe
 
Problem signature
Problem Event Name: APPCRASH
Application Name: sdiagnhost.exe
Application Version: 6.3.9600.16384
Application Timestamp: 5215f3f0
Fault Module Name: BfLLR.dll_unloaded
Fault Module Version: 6.0.0.35
Fault Module Timestamp: 4f3a92ae
Exception Code: c0000005
Exception Offset: 000000000000ad1b
OS Version: 6.3.9600.2.0.0.256.48
Locale ID: 1033
Additional Information 1: 2264
Additional Information 2: 2264db07e74365624c50317d7b856ae9
Additional Information 3: a088
Additional Information 4: a088c82732fde65a44cec56ae5120ade
 
Extra information about the problem
Bucket ID: fd46f6a54f8cfff1e44234fc4fa71ca4 (138814970)
 
Any ideas? Do you want the other two errors for today?
 
Nvidea settings seems to be having problems as well but I'm not sure if that's related in any way.


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Posted 08 March 2014 - 02:36 PM

***This is a diagnotic tool for Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8.  This will not repair your computer, but it may point to where the problem lies so that a repair can be made.***
 
Warning:  Disabling items in Services or Startup may leave your anitivius disabled until the process is ended.  For this reason I would suggest that you perform this process off line.
 
Step 1
 
(1)  Click on the Start orb, then type msconfig.exe in the Search programs and files box.  
 
(2)  When msconfig is seen in the pane above the search box and under Programs, right click on it, then click on Run as administrator.
 
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If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, you should enter the password or provide confirmation. 
 
Step 2
 
(1)  Click on the General tab.   
 
(2)  Click the Selective startup option. 
 
(3)  Remove the check mark in the Load startup items  check box. 
 
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Step 3
 
(1)  Click on the Services tab. 
 
(2)  Place a check mark in the Hide all Microsoft services check box, this will remove the Microsoft Services from the list but will still be running. 
 
(3)  Click Disable all, this will remove all of the check marks in the Services list, then click on Apply, then OK.  Click on Restart in the window that opens.
 
Caution:  I repeat, byy disabling the Services your antivirus will not be active, for this reason I suggest that this process not be run while online.
 
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If the problem does not reoccur after the reboot this means that there is a Service which is causing this proble, continue with the process of elemination to find the Service which is causing this in Option A.  If the problem does reoccur after the reboot go to Option B.
 
Option A
 
**The following is a process of elimination to find the Service or Startup item that is causing your problem**.  
 
*  If the problem does not reoccur after the restart go back to Services and place check marks in half of the boxes and restart the computer.  
 
*  If the problem still does not continue return to Services and remove the check marks that were added, then place check marks in the remaining half of the boxes and restart the computer.
 
If the problem resumes after a restart in one of these halves, you will procede with this process in the half where the problem occurs.  If this does not continue in either half you should repeat this process in Sartup
 
*  In the half of the Services that the problem is found, remove one check mark at a time and restart the computer to see if that  is the Service causing the problem.  Continue to do this with the Services untill the service causing this problem is  found.
 
Option B
 
Search Startup itmesIf the problem is not found in Services, remove all of the check marks, click on the Startup tab and repeat the search process there.
 
Caution:  If this is a laptop, make sure, you do NOT disable any keyboard, or touchpad entries.
 
If this problem is found post the Service or Startup item that is causing it. 

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