Error: WMI, host networking


B

boson boss

I have the latest XP SP2 and all updates, same with Visual Studio, no
remote debugging or sql server, just c++.

Since some months ago I'm getting regular delayed booting for about 20
seconds during login period or just after that. Also whole system is
getting stuck often in relation to the WMI and wmiprvse.exe and
compiling MOFs.

Logs are like this:




(Tue Jun 12 15:45:20 2007.6691703) : Failed to log an event: 5DE
(Tue Jun 12 15:45:20 2007.6691703) : Dropping event destined for event
consumer NTEventLogEventConsumer="SCM Event Log Consumer" in
namespace //./root/subscription
(Tue Jun 12 15:45:20 2007.6691703) : Dropping event destined for event
consumer NTEventLogEventConsumer="SCM Event Log Consumer" in
namespace //./root/subscription
(Tue Jun 12 15:45:20 2007.6691703) : Failed to deliver an event to
event consumer NTEventLogEventConsumer="SCM Event Log Consumer" with
error code 0x80041001. Dropping event.





Login Warning - provider with that name already existed,
overridden with latest provider login (root
\cimv2:Win32_ComputerSystemWindowsProductActivationSetting) 06/12/2007
14:14:15.453 thread:2232 [d:\xpsprtm\admin\wmi\wbem\sdk\framedyn
\wbemglue.cpp.2252]
Login Warning - provider with that name already existed,
overridden with latest provider login (root
\cimv2:Win32_ComputerSystemWindowsProductActivationSetting) 06/12/2007
15:42:53.609 thread:260 [d:\xpsprtm\admin\wmi\wbem\sdk\framedyn
\wbemglue.cpp.2252]




(Tue Jun 12 13:55:42 2007.114406) : ConnectViaDCOM, CoCreateInstanceEx
resulted in hr = 0x80010002
(Tue Jun 12 15:45:24 2007.6696218) : NTLMLogin resulted in hr =
0x8004100e




(Fri Jun 08 23:55:32 2007.1697875) : Impersonation failed - Access
denied
(Sat Jun 09 14:04:05 2007.350015) : WDM call returned error: 4200





These go around in circles. Only the MOF compilation logs are "okay"

(Tue Jun 12 15:49:23 2007.6935125) : Parsing MOF file: C2ICrENU.mfl
(Tue Jun 12 15:49:23 2007.6935171) : Finished compiling
file:C2ICrENU.mfl




What I know is that it is related to something like networking - maybe
some of the services, firewall, terminal services... something like
that.


Any advice?

Thanks.
 
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