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"Known folders" errors in event viewer (0x80070002) RRS feed

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  • https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windows/en-US/047bdb94-9958-4e8e-a112-4555e1ee3ad4/quotknown-foldersquot-errors-in-event-viewer

    ..seems like it's a known issue. Is there any solution to this apart from creating the missing folders manually?

    Procmon + event viewer logs of a few different warnings I've gotten: https://imgur.com/a/2LYOU1w

    Thought SearchIndexer.exe was reponsible for those warnings but apparently not.

    Any help is appreciated, thanks! :)


    • Edited by oui00 Tuesday, January 7, 2020 9:04 AM presentation
    Tuesday, January 7, 2020 9:04 AM

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  • Hi

    Due to my research, here is a way that substitute System32 with SysWOW64. More specific details you could refer to the following link:

    Need Help Fixing: ( Error 0x80070002 occurred while verifying known folder ) Warnings.

    https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/all/need-help-fixing-error-0x80070002-occurred-while/69da3d0e-c8ec-4f74-81ec-e233bb54dfc5

    Hope can help you. Have a nice day!

    Best Regards

    Kiki


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    Wednesday, January 8, 2020 5:55 AM
  • TMBMSRV.exe: so does this also happen when you uninstall the 3rd party Antivirus (TrendMicro)?
    and the other entry is also due to some service, possibly other 3rd party software.
    You could try to find what is running in svchost with process id 1536
    Wednesday, January 8, 2020 6:22 AM
  • Hello Kiki,

    Thanks for your answer. Are you talking about junctionning System32? Because if that's the case I'd still have to create some folder in SySWOW64, right?

    Thanks again!

    As for TMBMSRV.exe I will look more into it, that's a great idea!


    • Edited by oui00 Wednesday, January 8, 2020 9:27 AM
    Wednesday, January 8, 2020 9:23 AM
  • Hi,

    You could put the KNOWN FOLDERS into the SysWOW64 rooting directory, you can read Bradmph's answer carefully in the link above.

    Just for your reference.

    Have a nice day^_^

    Kiki


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    Wednesday, January 8, 2020 9:34 AM