Geforce Experience though...It needs to be fixed soon before repercussions begin to appear. It's not affecting anything accept an extra second or two at shutdown (for me) so I'm not going to waste too much time troubleshooting this. PCaddictionDec 15, 2014, 2:45 AM Just want to mention Razer Synapse was causing the delayed shut down for me. To me it looks like I'm having awfully lots of services on: Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.4 Scan saved at 23:56:21, on 5.4.2014 Platform: Windows 7 SP1 (WinNT 6.00.3505) MSIE: check over here
Rafael MestdagDec 16, 2014, 11:13 PM Anyone still having trouble after uninstalling GeForce Experience, have a look at this:http://forums.techguy.org/windows-7/1139220-cmd-exe-error-shutdown.html 1 /2 2 Next Last Ask a new question Read More Hard Sturmgewehr_44Dec 17, 2014, 1:26 AM patrickIT said: Do you have Geforce experience installed on your computer? What's going on?: So basically whenever I turn off the computer I get this little window that opens up called "cmd.exe - Application Error" and in the window it says "The I can only report that the error message no longer appears after uninstalling GeForce Experience. http://superuser.com/questions/852344/error-on-shutdown-cmd-exe-application-error-0xc0000142
Picking your advice spots on the internet can be as troublesome as the alleged trouble source you're seeking to fix. Does this have any weight to it, and will it go away eventually? Are they all OK?
Someone will hopefully fix that soonish. KB3014406 was likely installed the night of or the following day, and took KB302477's place, and uninstalled it, which is why I can't find it anywhere. But uninstalling and reinstalling that and other security software made no difference.I would be interested to know why the cmd.exe is trying to start when the operating system is trying to Cmd.exe Application Error Windows 10 Click to expand...
Oakley999Dec 15, 2014, 10:48 PM I'll wait till the next windows update that should hopefully be soon. Cmd.exe Application Error 0xc0000018 Yes, GeForce Experience most likely has to do with it too. Let's hope it isn't happening today. –akarnokd Dec 14 '14 at 13:12 I confirm that uninstalling Geforce Experience did the work for me. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-cmd-exe-error-at-shutdown.1123474/ Every time a program is deleted it sometimes will delete the .Cmd.exe Error On Pc Shutdown Vista file linked to both programs.
It all made sense once you pointed me in the right direction. Oawrapper Failed To Start Was it a result of the update(s), or something else? The native language of my computer is Finnish, so I've translated the terms for easier understanding. I am not too familiar with how to identify them.
Yes.It's a brutally long tale, but Geforce Experience is obviously causing compatibility problems with the series of updates released last week. https://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=163000.0 Is there oscillating charge in a hydrogen atom? Cmd.exe Application Error 0xc0000142 This is by default:C: \Windows\System32 (Windows Vista, XP and 78 and 10)You should also place Cmd.exe Error On Pc Shutdown Vista in C if you use a 64-bit version of Windows: Oawrapper.exe Shutdown It still is of concern to me because it appeared sporadically, and as I said, not very long ago.
Save something? http://trinitylabsupply.com/cmd-exe-application/cmd-error-at-shutdown.html I assume this same update is the reason for these errors, at least for myself. I have the same issue as caseycoughlin, namely c:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe runs on startup. I'm looking through my windows updates right now. Oawrapper.exe Error On Shutdown
I have an HP Mini laptop with Windows XP that when every time I start it, it runs c:\WINDOWS\system32\cmd.exe. And there was also no mention of a malware issue by the original poster which is the underlying cause in the link you provided earlier.By the way, you DID NOT reply Sturmgewehr_44Dec 14, 2014, 4:11 PM I've been getting the same. http://trinitylabsupply.com/cmd-exe-application/cmd-error-shutdown.html So far so good.
Error Code 0x8007045b michaelseang, Oct 14, 2016, in forum: Windows 7 Replies: 10 Views: 347 flavallee Oct 17, 2016 Solved Shortcuts disc full error Shortcutter, Oct 8, 2016, in forum: Windows Error 0xc0000142 Windows 10 It's just a program, it would be under Control Panel -> Uninstall . Proffitt Forum moderator / March 19, 2013 2:26 AM PDT In reply to: Additional help requested You said you can uncheck but never wrote you did.
And since they were all installed at the same time I can't go by dates. I noticed while geforce experience is running, and if you shut down, it takes alot of time. I am not too familiar with how to identify them. 0xc0000142 Fix I also have CCleaner, but I never use its registry editing feature.
If you want to know what version it is, right-click it and choose to Show Information and check the release date.You could also check if and what version of Silverlight you I assume it is related to that update. The above steps may be slightly different, but the basic process is mostly the same, according to the version of Windows you're using.II. have a peek at these guys It still is of concern to me because it appeared sporadically, and as I said, not very long ago.
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Command seems to work fine because I ran scannow without difficulty.I have tried uninstalling Norton and reinstalling ESET but that made no difference. I troubleshooted this issue by performing a clean startup by going into msconfig and disabling everything and then re-enabling programs one by one to see what the cause was.