Last post by fixer - January 27, 2022, 01:40:15 PM
Hello, droncula. And welcome to our forum. Uploading the crash-dump and sending me link in PM might help find cause of crash. But it won't necessary help find the policy responsible. If I were debugging the issue, I'd try to apply only half of policies until I find the one responsible. P.S. Looks like some critical process dies, but by bugcheck code it's impossible to say why.
Last post by droncula - January 25, 2022, 11:44:42 PM
I have a rather strange issue with Rehips 2.5. I can install Rehips fine and it is working correct. But the system crashrf with a reboot or shutdown. The system also rebooted when I try to stop or stop/restart the Rehips service.
In the eventlog there is an entry with eventid 1001: The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. The bugcheck was: 0x000000ef (..). A dump was saved in: C:\Windows\MEMORY.DMP. Report Id: <ID>.
I traced the issue back to some local group policies. I am working with a set of policies to harden my machines. On a clean VM Rehips is working fine. When I load the local group policies with LGPO and restart the VM, the issue is back. For the moment I am not able to find which policy setting or combo is causing the issue.
Last post by fixer - January 18, 2022, 06:37:49 PM
Thank you for the log. Readings are quite puzzling. It complains about Demo and kills over-limited processes, and it makes sense. And yet after 45 seconds at 1/17/2022 14:24:48 new isolated processes start OK and I don't see that any isolated processes died, so they still should be over the limit, but they keep working. Need to think about that.
Does it always complain about Demo? Or sometimes it allows many processes to work?
1.There was a problem with my computer I disabled the Rehips software to find out what software it was causing 2.The problem still persisted I noticed that the services of the rehips software were not disabled, I deleted them 3.Again, the problem of my computer continued, I tried to remove the rehips software, because I deleted the services, the removal did not work properly.
This is how everything happened
I realized that my computer's problem is not from rehips software but that's not what I'm reporting to you
Your Unistall software needs to check for Rehips services and install them if they are not. I guess it doesn't do that so it had trouble uninstalling the program. Because services were disabled at that time