Have error in event viewer schannel, event id 36888 the following fatal alert was generated 10. the internal error state is 10

I am having lovely major problems with this computer.

I have an error in the event view schannel

event id 36888

under the comments it saids

the following fatal alert was generated 10. the internal error state is 10

does anyone have an idea what it would be - i search for it an it all had to do with torrents - This computer wouldn't know what on is

*original title - could some one please tell me what an schannel is*

 

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Hi,   

 

Welcome to Microsoft Windows 7 Answers Forum! 

 

 In order to know more about the issue could you tell us whether,

 

a)      Do you receive any exact error message about S-channel?

b)      From when are you facing this issue?

Note: SChannel means secure channel.

Now try to download the updates on to your computer and install that on your computer to do that you need to follow the link provided below.

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=21086a04-402a-4940-8358-7fa63508102b&displaylang=en

Also note that an important Microsoft Security Bulletin MS09-007 has been sent  regarding Vulnerability in SChannel, to know more about this visit the below provided link.

http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/Bulletin/ms09-007.mspx

As a workaround you may perform an online scan on your computer and check for the issue.

Now visit the below provided link to perform an online scan on your computer.

 

http://onecare.live.com/site/en-us/default.htm

 

Thanks and Regards:

Suresh Kumar - Microsoft Support.

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Help

I am also having the same problem with Windows 7 and wondered if anyone could explain this (preferably in english).

I looked at the steps listed above, however ....

1. http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?familyid=21086a04-402a-4940-8358-7fa63508102b&displaylang=en

says its a Security update for Vista (I think i mentioned i was running Windows 7)

 

2. http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/Bulletin/ms09-007.mspx 

this link doesn't work but if you copy and paste it, it takes you to a page with NO updates available for Windows 7.   (I think i mentioned i was running Windows 7)

 

3. http://onecare.live.com/site/en-us/default.htm 

As a workaround you may perform an online scan on your computer and check for the issue.

You can't perform an online scan with Windows 7 you have to install the software instead.  (I think i mentioned i was running Windows 7)

 

So ....

does anyone have any help with this error for people running Windows 7.   (I think i mentioned i was running Windows 7)

 

 

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Even worse, this was marked as "answered" by the moderator who is apparently certified in multiple Microsoft technologies. Pitty he can't read and realise this hasn't actually been answered yet.

Why do Microsoft employ such muppets? Fail.

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Please disregard at least one of the Yes helpful Votes, I mistakenly clicked it while looking for the **** NO option.

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I am having this error with Windows 2008 R2 server which also runs off of the Windows 7 Kernal.  Has anyone actually found an answer for this?

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Hi JarrodScott,

Due to the age of the thread and to avoid confusion, I would recommend starting your own question at the link below so that the community can best focus on your specific issue.  Since your issue is in regards to Windows Server, I would recommend the following link:

http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/category/windowsserver

 

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Debbie - I don't know about JarrodScott or how he feels about it, but if you'll look THERE ARE PLENTY of other posts about this problem on the web.   We don't need another one - we need Microsoft to FIX THE PROBLEM or EXPLAIN WHY the error message keeps appearing on our systems and what WE can do.

It's NOT just a windowsserver problem -- It's happening on Windows 7 systems as well - I thought that's what this forum was for.

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Debbie - I don't know about JarrodScott or how he feels about it, but if you'll look THERE ARE PLENTY of other posts about this problem on the web.   We don't need another one - we need Microsoft to FIX THE PROBLEM or EXPLAIN WHY the error message keeps appearing on our systems and what WE can do.

It's NOT just a windowsserver problem -- It's happening on Windows 7 systems as well - I thought that's what this forum was for.



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I have the same issue on a widows 7 machine.  Errror occurs a couple of times a day:

The following fatal alert was generated: 10. The internal error state is 10.

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Schannel has to do with certificates.. This I know since I am having this problem as a result of a broken internal certificate server... I have not fixed it, but I am glomming on here in case someone posts something helpful (Unlike post #2)

So if you have found an answer, please let me know!

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