If you’re using the Event Viewer in Windows 11/10, then maybe in recent times, you’ve come across an error code 0xC0000035 that points directly towards a Kernel Event Tracing Error. This is not a new error, of course, but for many, this is the first time they’ve come face-to-face with it.
What is error 0xC0000035?
The 0xC0000035 error code come back as ‘STATUS_OBJECT_NAME_COLLISION’. This error code has been linked with an identical domain security identifier (SID) being detected. Furthermore, because ‘the event logger is full’ with Session, the “Circular Kernel Context Logger” did not start successfully.
What is the cause behind error 0xC0000035 in Windows 11?
It occurs when some processes fail to start. They could be network-related or other processes. some examples are PerfDiag Logger, NetCfgTrace, Microsoft.Windows.Remediation, sensorframework, etc.
Fix Error Code 0xC0000035 in Event Viewer on Windows 11/10
Because there are several ways to trigger error 0xC0000035 on a Windows machine, this article will focus on explaining how to get the job done via several of these ways.
- Modify the Autologg registry key
- Disable or remove your third-party antivirus
- Update Intel or other Network drivers
- Run Network Reset
- Run DISM scan to repair system image
1] We suggest modifying the Autologg registry key
There are times when this error code doesn’t cause any form of problem at all. If you realize this is indeed the case, then the best step to take here is to prevent it from appearing in the first place.
Do this by opening the Run dialog box. Click on the Windows key + R, and from there, type Regedit and hit the Enter key. Right away the Registry Editor will appear
From within the editor, please navigate to the following:
Once you’re within the right section, the next step is to go to the right of the Registry Editor and be sure to double-click on the Enabled key.
Now, from within the Edit DWORD (32-bit) Value, change the Base to Hexadecimal, then edit the Value data from whatever it is now, to 0. Click OK to save the changes.
After you have completed that task, you will want to double-click on EnableProperly and then change the Base to Hexadecimal and set the Value data to 0. Finally, click OK to save the changes.
The next step, then, is to reboot your computer and then check to see if error 0xC0000035 still persists.
2] Disable or remove your third-party antivirus
In some cases, your third-party antivirus could be the reasoning behind the 0xC0000035 error within the Event Viewer. We believe you need to disable your anti-virus program, then restart your computer to end the error, hopefully.
If that doesn’t work, then chances are you may need to remove the utility altogether. To get the job done in Windows 11, you need to fire up the Settings app by clicking on the Windows key + I. From there, select Apps > Apps & Features, then scroll down until you see your anti-virus program on the list.
3] Update Intel or other Network drivers
OK, so there are a few ways you can update Intel or other network drivers on your Windows 11 computer.
To begin, open the Settings by pressing the Windows key + I. From there, select Windows Update from the bottom, then click on the Update button to have the operating system check for new updates.
Should any drivers be available, Windows 11 will download and install them automatically, or request your assistance. This all depends on your particular Windows Update settings.
4] Run Network Reset
Another means to get rid of error code 0xC0000035, is to reset your network. This is a simple task to accomplish. All you have to do here is read How to Reset Network Adapters using Network Reset feature in Windows 11.
5] Run DISM scan to repair system image
Repairing your system image is one of the best ways to solve error code 0xC0000035. To do this, you must run DISM (Deployment Imaging and Servicing Management) right away. To learn how to scan your computer system using DISM, we suggest reading Run DISM to repair Windows System Image and Windows Component Store in Windows 11/10.