The EVENT_TRACING_FATAL_ERROR bug check has a value of 0x0000011D. This bug check indicates that the Event Tracing subsystem has encountered an unexpected fatal error.


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In a kernel debugger, use the !analyze -v command to perform the initial bug check analysis. Parameter 1 will list the subtype of the bugcheck.

0x01 : Unable to initialize security.

0x02 : Unable to initialize processor.

0x03 : Kernel mode registration corruption.

0x04 : Invalid handle in unregistration.

0x05 : Data overrun in EventWrite call.

0x06 : Event has been lost.

0x07 : Trace buffer corruption.

0x08 : Unable to allocate cache-aware rundown protection for ETW LoggerContext. Parameter 2 will contain the Logger Id.

0x09 : The reference count of ETW GuidEntry is illegal for the current state of the object. Parameter 2 will contain a pointer to ETW_GUID_ENTRY.

See also

Crash dump analysis using the Windows debuggers (WinDbg)

Analyzing a Kernel-Mode Dump File with WinDbg