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Location Services-Sensor issue

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#1 sportsfan1


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Posted 30 September 2016 - 03:42 AM

Hi all, Less than a week ago I reset my laptop back to factory. Everything is fine, However...
For the last few days there ive been getting an error message in Event viewer that is bugging me. I have had a couple of instances of Event ID 7011-a timeout 30000 milliseconds while waiting for a transaction response from the SensrSvc service.
I haven't seen Sensor showing up in my Device Manager either (I have been checking since noticing the error message in Event Viewer).
Has anybody seen this before. Ive had it happening before a couple of years ago but for the life of me I cant remember how I solved it. I don't know if I just reset the Sensor service somehow?

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#2 dc3


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Posted 30 September 2016 - 09:30 AM

The Event Viewer will always have warnings and error showing.  Enough so that unscrupulous people will try to convince you that your computer is infected or needs repairs and charge you a outrageous price for doing essentially nothing.


Unless you are having problems I would just ignore the error.


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