In my new Lap top (Inspiron 1720 with Vista Home premium), the message "WMI provider host has stopped working" appears systematically after booting (and this happens since I got the new computer). If I reboot it may appear again or not, it looks as a random behaviour. After the message, the computer looks working normally (I am using only office and internet), but it is slower to access my home network.
Which is the function of WMI and is it possible to avoid this stop working?
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I have exactly the same problem on my XPS1330 with Windows Vista Home Premium. I have submitted a request for getting the hotfix from the link provided below. I am not sure whether that particular hotfix is applicable to my laptop. Previously, I did not succeed with the following hotfix :
When I tried my luck with the above hotfix, I got a message saying that it was not applicable for my pc.
I would appreciate any help in identifying the right hotfix for my laptop - XPS 1330 with win vista.
The message that I get at the final stage of startup is :
WMI provider host has stopped functioning and must abort (this is a translation from swedish).
I give below the full details from the events viewer :
Namn på felmodul: StackHash_c9d6
Modulens version: 6.0.6000.16386
Tidsstämpel för felmodul: 4549bdc9
Ytterligare information 1: c9d6
Ytterligare information 2: 32601128990215e13ed2ff5bda997d6d
Ytterligare information 3: 6f23
Ytterligare information 4: d9c2eb8314b44b949633d22e1f04595b
Extra information om problemet
I hope that these details suffice to identify the problem.
No, I am using only Norton, the version included by Dell bundled with the computer
Thanks for the suggestion, but I repeat that the computer came from Dell with Norton installed (with 18 months of included subscription) and not McAfee. And Norton is still running and I didn' change anything
Shall I follow equivalent steps, provided that something equivalent exists with Norton?
Waiting for your comments
giampaolo I think you should do what i suggested before, and tell me the result
ravi.118 try it too and hit me with result
and No responsibility for dell, cos we are still tring to solve
and dell opend this community to help us, so plz, dell had nothing with it
Good luck every 1
Please confirm that doing the same with Norton instead with Mcafee is riskless
Sorry giampaolo, But Who am I to confirm that!!
ravi.118, I think you should try the other option....