Windows 10: How to fix this event viewer warning ?

Discus and support How to fix this event viewer warning ? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; For the past couple of weeks I've been getting the following warning in the event log. Certificate for local system with Thumbprint 7f 0f dc b9 50 ca... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by DooGie, Jan 4, 2019.

  1. DooGie Win User

    How to fix this event viewer warning ?


    For the past couple of weeks I've been getting the following warning in the event log.

    Certificate for local system with Thumbprint 7f 0f dc b9 50 ca 47 af ce e7 ba 72 e0 c7 24 da c4 10 ac f8 is about to expire or already expired.

    I've had a good look around the web but so far haven't been able to find out what actual certificate this warning is referring to.
    Any ideas anyone ?

    :)
     
    DooGie, Jan 4, 2019
    #1
  2. Grahame l Win User

    Event Viewer problems

    I have a critical warning on my event viewer relating to Kernel-Power, also a list of other errors. How do I remove these threats? I am running Windows 10.
     
    Grahame l, Jan 4, 2019
    #2
  3. Event Viewer has over 1000 errors and warnings

    That sure sounds like a scam call.

    You do know that

    a) neither Microsoft nor any of their partners will make unsolicited calls

    and

    b) that it's normal that the event viewer has lots of errors and warning...

    don't you?

    I hope you didn't allow anyone access to your computer.

    With regard to b) suggestion to read:


    With regard to a) suggestion to read/watch:


    Fake Tech Support Scams – video from the MS Digital Crimes Unit

     
    Jsssssssss, Jan 4, 2019
    #3
  4. How to fix this event viewer warning ?

    ESENT Event ID 508,510 and 533 warnings in Event Viewer

    Hello Summez,

    We appreciate the time and effort you have put in to resolve the issue.

    If the ESENT Event Ids have stopped logging in Event Viewer, we might be looking at a positive picture here. Also, certain Windows components were fixed after running SFC and DISM tools.

    However, if you still see any issues, I suggest you to check if the same issue occur when logged in through a different Local Administrator user account.



    Follow the steps mentioned below:

    • Assuming that you are already logged on to your user account in Windows 10, click the Start button.
    • From the Start menu, click your name from the top of the left pane.
    • From the displayed options click Sign out.
    • From the login screen, click to the different user account you want to switch to.


    However, if you do not have a separate user account, I suggest you to create another Local administrator user account by referring to the Microsoft article here: Set
    up accounts
    .

    Write to us again, in case you need further assistance on the issue.

    Thank You.
     
    Sayan_Ghosh, Jan 4, 2019
    #4
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