svchost.exe 0x00db5759

I get this error when i load in to windows usually at the welcome screen before i login sometimes just after the desktop populates. I have cleaned the machine thoroughly and found nothing. im not sure what this is caused by google finds next to nothing on it and the evenlogs are very vague. any ideas? this is a dell optiplex 360.
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ShareefHuddleConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Yes it very well could be. You can put service in disabled and see if msg goes away.
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johnb6767Commented:
Start>run>EventVwr.MSC

System log, look for any errors reported by the Service Control Manager. Might give some insight.....
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johnb6767Commented:
Autoruns
http://live.sysinternals.com/autoruns.exe

Post a .arn log file if you like, so we can see whats set to run at startup.....
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DEVLitehouseCommented:
Without more information about the error I couldn't tell you what your exact error is. But here's a tip that seems to have helped many users that had this, and similar errors on startup.

http://www.ehow.com/how_4480978_fix-application-error-windows-xp.html
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smartsystemsincAuthor Commented:
I have attached a text version aswell as the .arn from autoruns.exe afew look suspect but here they are.
AutoRuns.txt
AutoRuns.arn
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smartsystemsincAuthor Commented:
i have done the repair install whiched fixed all errors but this one.
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ShareefHuddleCommented:
svchost is normally started by system services. run msconfig -> services tab -> hide all microsoft services checked -> disable all. Restart and see if that changes anything.
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smartsystemsincAuthor Commented:
ok i have done as shareefhuddle has recommended no change the error still pops up.
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smartsystemsincAuthor Commented:
ok i noticed while examining the eventlogs that in the system logs i found a an error stating the that windows image aquisition WMI service hung at startup could this be the cause?
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smartsystemsincAuthor Commented:
BINGO!! that was it now my next question is that service nessicary. or rather will it be needed for use of some feature in the future?
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smartsystemsincAuthor Commented:
or can i rebuild/reinstall that service easily?
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smartsystemsincAuthor Commented:
Turns out that there is a key in the reg. hkeylocalmachine/system/currentcontrolset/services/tsisvc i changed the start value to 2 and presto the wmi service works. thank you for your help as always
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