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    Laptop freeze totally

    Hi Guys,

    Got the bosses laptop here. She says it seems to Freeze everyday around same time! I checked something in the Events, see attached.

    I'm running an sfc /scannow to check fiel integrity.

    Anyone got any ideas?
    Last edited by Cider; October 25th, 2010 at 01:25 PM.
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    Hi guys,

    The Sfc scan came but with corruptions but couldn't fix them.

    I have the log file it created but yeah 2 megs of text ... and dont really know what I am looking for ....
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    Greetz Cider..

    Curious could you please give more details about the laptop? ie OS, specs etc etc

    Also not sure but maybe give this url a look at>
    http://forums.techarena.in/vista-hel...tm#post3573871

    i typed the 0x80041003 code into google and this was 1 of the results that appeared.
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    Hey Buddy,

    Acer , running Vista Business 32 bit.

    Quite a decent laptop as its the boss ...

    Ill check out the link
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    Similar to what t34b4g5 said:

    from: Microsoft Developer Network

    Allowing Users Access to a Specific WMI Namespace
    You can allow or disallow users access to a specific WMI namespace by setting the "Remote Enable" permission in the WMI Control for a namespace. If a user tries to connect to a namespace they are not allowed access to, they will receive error 0x80041003. By default, this permission is enabled only for administrators. An administrator can enable remote access to specific WMI namespaces for a nonadministrator user.


    The following procedure sets remote enable permissions for a non-administrator user.

    To set remote enable permissions

    Connect to the remote computer using the WMI Control.
    For more information about the WMI Control, see Setting Namespace Security with the WMI Control.

    In the Security tab, select the namespace and click Security.
    Locate the appropriate account and check Remote Enable in the Permissions list.
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    Hi,

    I jsut gave everyone the permission 0_o and the problem has dissapeared.
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