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I have a client with Windows 7 on a domain. He says that many times the computer is very slow. I looked in the log files. In the System  log every second I get two alternating messages

Event 7036  Source - service control manager
The Windows Error Reporting Service service entered the running state.

Event 7036  Source - service control manager
The Windows Error Reporting Service service entered the stopped state.

About every 5th or 6th event is
Event 7036  Source - service control manager
The Software Protection service entered the stopped state.

This is followed by
The Software Protection service entered the start state.

In the applicaiton log I have
Event id 1003 source security-SPP
The Software Protection service has completed licensing status check.

Any idea what program is causing this?


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In case anyone else has this problem, I clieared it by uninstalling Dell security software
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