Circular Kernel Context Logger error: 0xC0000188

hi, i got this morning along with
readyboot under same error code...
as soon as i turned on my pc today morning i found a grey, inconsistent, strange display after 5 mins ,....then i had to reboot by using my power button.
i have been using my machine too heavily since 5 days... is it the cause of  the same.
please  help me,
regards,
Aditya (india)
 

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Hi Aditya,

 

Welcome to Microsoft Community Forums.

 

It seems that the display drivers are not working properly or the Maximum File Size of the Startup Event Trace Sessions is too small.

 

Here’s what you can try:

 

Method 1: I request you to check if the Superfetch service is enabled

 

a.     On the desktop, press Windows key + R to open the Run Dialog.

b.     Type services.msc in the Run Dialog, and then press Enter to open Services.

c.      Right-click the Superfetch service, and then click Properties.

d.     If the Startup type box is set to Disabled, change it to Automatic or Manual.

e.     Click OK to close the Properties window.

f.       Right-click the Superfetch service, and then click Start. The service should start without errors.

 

Method 2: Increase the maximum files size of the Startup Event Trace Sessions.

 

a.     On the desktop, press Windows key + R and type cmd to open the Command Prompt.

b.     On the left panel of the Performance Monitor window, expand Data Collector Sets.

c.      Click on Startup Event Trace Sessions.

d.     Open ReadyBoot Trace Session Property Sheet.

e.     Click on the Stop Condition tab and increase the Maximum Size to 40.

f.       Click on Apply and OK.

 

Further reference:

 

Error: "Session "ReadyBoot" stopped due to the following error: 0xC0000188" in Windows 7

 

Restart the computer and check if the issue is resolved. Please get back to us with the status of the issue.

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thank you manasa for taking pain in replying to my query.
i have changed the settings as per 'method 2', by the way, i have to tell you that the problem occurred only once, what might be the reason for such a thing??
and i dint get the solution for 'readyboot error' under the same error code mentioned as above in the link you posted up there.
hope to hear from u soon.
regards, 
aditya

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What was the point of opening command prompt on method 2? You didn't mention what to do in it, I ended up doing that in Performance Monitor but at the end just closed the Command Prompt.

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it hasn't fixed it by the way.

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Hi, Austrix_au , go to nearest service station of your laptop, and get it serviced.
I had been to dell service station and they told me, that it had a problem with bios... I got that fixed free of cost as it was under warranty period.

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It's a custom built gaming rig that I built. I haven't updated to the latest BIOS as it was mostly  for the devils canyon CPU 4790k, I'm using a i7 4770k CPU with a Asus Maximus VI Formula motherboard.

I didn't want to update the bios as it's working great, Ive updated the BIOS at least 3 to 4 times but the update logs were not that enticing and other have also chosen to stay on 1402 that are still using Haswell 4770K.

I have decided to try updating the BIOS now as it could have other fixes, though I doubt this will fix that error but I am hoping that a BCM42RLY error can get fixed. Although these errors show up in Event Viewer they don't effect the function of the PC at all.

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I just updated my BIOS to the latest 1505, didn't change anything in the error logs but it says it has stability improvements though my PC is very stable as it is so I'll see how it goes.

EDIT: I just got 2 new updated in Windows update, maybe this will help.

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Keep me informed once you are done with updating it.

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Sill the same, my PC isn't having any stability issues just these erroneous error messages in Event viewer. 

I'm still getting these mesages but so are a lot of others and they are saying just to ignore them.

I even re installed my Broadcom drivers as the "BCM42RLY" error is from that but it didn't help. Others also on the ASUS forums say just to ignore that one as well.

Everything is working perfectly for me so I guess not to worry about those messages. It's not like the error messages pop up or anything just logs in the Event Viewer.

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My monitor was not working. To turn computer off I have to turn off at pc box. I have been having this problem too. Ive done all of above and restarted it and still got black screen. Please help! So back to square 1. Put it in safe mode and keep looking 

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