Windows 7 Event ID 36888 Schannel errors

A Windows 7 computer has experienced 7 blue screens over the last 4 months.

This computer has also been sluggish, slow to respond, and sometimes gets stuck.

I have run the online Dell diagnostics which say that no hardware problems have been detected.

The only reoccurring error that I have found in the events logs is the  Event ID of 36888 which indicates that there are Schannel errors.

This error occurs around 8 times a minute in the System Event logs.

Is this error what is most likely causing the operating system problems?

What can be done to fix this error? I would like to be able to fix this issue without having to replace the computer and without having to reload the operating system if possible.
IT GuyNetwork EngineerAsked:
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MereteCommented:
Could be a problem with Internet Explorer and Outlook
In Group Policy Editor (run: gpedit.msc),open Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Distributed COM > Application Compatibility and enable "allow local activation security check exemptions"
close Group Policy Editor and reboot

take a look at Microsoft of this error as they provide different steps to configure internet explorer
Schannel Error 36888 - Microsoft
Did you install anything?
Update any drivers?
Often BSOD are wrong drivers for video card as well
I dont believe it is serious enough to replace your computer.

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Mal OsborneAlpha GeekCommented:
The 36888 errors relate to problems somewhere with an SSL connection, almost certainly unrelated to the BSODs.  Probably not worth chasing up.

When a Windows machine BSODs, it can either stop and display the BSOD screen with any errors, or just reboot. For diagnostic purposes, you probably want it to stop and let you see what happened, as well as creating a minidump.

Properties, advanced system settings, advanced, startup and recovery is where you can find these settings.

Once this happens, post back with the BSOD code, and keep the minidump.
nobusCommented:
post the dmp here, so i can have a look
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IT GuyNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
I'll post the dump as soon as I'm able to get it.
IT GuyNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
The memory.dmp file is 980 MB in size.

How can I reduce the size of this file so I can post it here?
nobusCommented:
best set the system to make minidumps then
you can upload big files to any of these :  http://www.computerworld.com/article/2505487/web-apps/web-apps-10-file-sharing-options-dropbox-google-drive-and-more.html
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