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How to fix eventvwr.exe errors

June 20, 2014

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Everything about eventvwr.exe?

Eventvwr.exe with description Event Viewer Snap-in Launcher is a process used to opening Windows Event Viewer. After enabled, this file will automatically call mmc.exe for the functions of eventvwr.msc file so as to start up the Event Viewer. It is usually located in %SystemRoot%\system32\ and the file size is 8.5K.

Event Viewer is usually in the Admin Tools. With Event Viewer, you can monitor events recorded in event logs to see what is happening there. Eventvwr.exe lets administrators and users check the event logs on a local or remote machine. The common types of a computer log are categorized into the Application, Security, and System. There are also other kinds of logs, depending on the computer's role and the applications installed.

After programs and components issue event log messages, you can view them in Event Viewer by the Windows Event Log service. Information contained inside these event log messages can help users diagnose problems with applications, services, and the operating system. You are not supposed to stop the Windows Event Log service. If you really do so, you may feel helpless in case of troubleshooting a serious system error.

Common signs of eventvwr.exe errors

  1. Unable to open eventvwr.exe-"MMC cannot open the file C:/windows/system32/eventvwr.msc: Windows update dated 8 August created glitches. Used System Restore to go back before update (5 AUG); results have been devastating: control panel no longer competent. When clicked, get a blink, then nothing. You cannot go back to recovery module and reverse recovery process, or move to earlier time. When directed, you try to look at event viewer, get message "MMC cannot open the file C:/windows/system32/eventvwr.msc". You open Windows>system32, and event viewer executable file and the msc file are both present.
  2. Eventvwr snap-in will not load. Unhandled Exception in Managed Code Snap-in FX :{c7b8fb07-bfe1-4c2e-9217-7a69a95bbac4} could not load file or assembly 'Task Scheduler, Version=6.2.0. Exception type: System. IO. File Not Found Exception.
  3. Eventvwr.exe no longer responds

What are causes of eventvwr.exe errors?

Eventvwr.exe error may occur when you are trying to access a log remotely and don't belong to the Administrators group, or have not been given the appropriate permission to be accessible to the remote computer.

It may be also because of a failure to start up the Remote Registry service when you are attempting to check the event log, therefore you cannot view the Description or Category fields in the property page for an event log.

How to fix eventvwr.exe errors?

Firstly you must be authorized as a member of the Administrators group on the local computer, be sure to have started the Remote Registry service on the remote computer. And then open Event Viewer by clicking the Start button > Control Panel > System and Security > Administrative Tools, and then double-clicking Event Viewer. Enter the password or provide confirmation if you're prompted for an administrator password or confirmation.

You may try to apply DLL TOOL to have a thorough check for the normality of your system files and reinstall any corrupted dll file found.

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