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Event ID: 1002 Source: Application Hang
|Source: Application Hang|
The program <program name> version <version number> stopped interacting with Windows and was closed. To see if more information about the problem is available, check the problem history in the Problem Reports and Solutions control panel. Process ID: <process ID> Start Time: <time> Termination Time: <time>.
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Program Wow-64.exe version 184.108.40.20692 - From a support forum: " I upgraded my Nvidia drivers to GeForce 320.18 (released 23 May 2013) and the error is gone."
Program: iTunes.exe - We got this message when trying to synchronize the iPhone with iTunes while the Bonjour service was disabled. iTunes hang and we had to use Task Manager to kill the process. After starting the Bonjour service, the synch worked fine. A corresponding event id 1001 from Windows Error Reporting was also recorded (about iTunes crashing).
Program: iexplore.exe version 7.0.6001.18000 - From a support forum: "On Windows Vista, this problem was caused by an Internet Explorer add-on from driveragent.com. Once I disabled it, the problem was gone."
Program: Explorer.EXE version 6.0.6001.18164 - According to one user, this was caused by RoboForm, a password manager software. The culprit was detected using Trend Micro HijackThis debugging logger (see EV100058).
Program: PhotoScreensaver.scr version 6.1.7600.16385 - From a Microsoft support engineer: "This can happen if you have videos in the folder you are using for the Pictures screensaver. Remove any videos from the folder to see if that solves the problem."
Program: MediaShout 3.exe version 220.127.116.117 - Caused by a removal of some of the files used by MediaShout.
Program: explorer.exe version 6.1.7100.0 - On Windows 7, it was caused by the AVG antivirus software (once disabled, the problems were gone).
I was experience this event 1002 with an application. If I started the application immediately after startup, it was ok, but if I tried to start the application after some time (after running IE or something using .NET) then the application would not start. Immediately after I disabled the .NET optimization service, my application started fine.
This problem is related to issues with Server Message Block (SMB) 2.0 when SMB 2.0 is running on a Windows Vista-based computer. See ME935370 for details.
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