Microsoft Product: Windows Vista 64Bit System; Version: 6.0.6000.16386; Event ID: 10110


  • This is what I get from the Event list.

    Critical 7/20/2010 11:53:15 AM DriverFrameworks-UserMode 10110 User-mode Driver problems.


    Log Name:      System

    Source:        Microsoft-Windows-DriverFrameworks-UserMode

    Date:          7/20/2010 11:53:15 AM

    Event ID:      10110

    Task Category: User-mode Driver problems.

    Level:         Critical


    User:          SYSTEM

    Computer:      KennethPeter-PC


    A problem has occurred with one or more user-mode drivers and the hosting process has been terminated.  This may temporarily interrupt your ability to access the devices.

    Event Xml:

    <Event xmlns="">


        <Provider Name="Microsoft-Windows-DriverFrameworks-UserMode" Guid="{2e35aaeb-857f-4beb-a418-2e6c0e54d988}" />







        <TimeCreated SystemTime="2010-07-20T15:53:15.388Z" />


        <Correlation />

        <Execution ProcessID="1188" ThreadID="1556" />



        <Security UserID="S-1-5-18" />



        <UMDFHostProblem lifetime="{E405D188-15D7-4C7F-9E6F-F7D3643DEC55}" xmlns:auto-ns2="" xmlns="">

          <Problem code="8" detectedBy="2">



          <Operation code="259">








    I don't understand this so I hope someone can help me with this....  

    Tuesday, July 20, 2010 4:54 PM

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  • I've got exactly the same critical event listed in my event viewer.  Don't know what to do about it.  I have noticed that auto-detect functions and auto-run functions don't seem to be working any longer (plugging something in to my powered usb outlets doesn't prompt my computer to open what was plugged in and even discs put into my CD don't automatically run anymore... Don't know when this started or if it is related to the critical events issue, but that is what prompted me to look in the events log.
    Saturday, January 14, 2012 9:05 PM
  • Ling at your title; Microsoft Product: Windows Vista 64Bit System; Version: 6.0.6000.16386; Event ID: 10110; it appears you are still running Vista RTM.  Is there a reason you are not running SP2 or at least SP1?  Your problem may just go away after you are fully updated.  Unfortunatly, unlike other Microsoft service packs, SP2 for Vista is not cumulative; you must have SP1 installed first.



    Once you have that and all updates and if you are still experiencing the problem, it will be easier for someone here to help you troubleshoot your issue.

    Monday, January 23, 2012 8:23 PM