Error occurs on event viewer after logging in.

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Hi,

When I try to log into my computer; I found this error on my event viewer regularly. All latest drivers and software from HP Support are installed in my computer.
 
Please help me to solve this.
 
Thanks a lot.

Event 4

Event 4, CaslWmi

2011/12/01 17:07:15.231|00000404|Warning    |[CaslWmi]A::A{hpCasl.enReturnCode(object&)}|Error e_BIOS_INVALID_COMMAND_TYPE from BIOS WMI call Command/30h while getting EDID Data

Log Name: HP Software Framework

Source: CaslWmi Logged: 1/12/2011 8:26:22 PM

Event ID: 4 Task Category: None

Level: Warning Keywords:Classic

User: N/A Computer: PT-Laptop

OpCode:

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Event 5, CaslWmi

2011/12/01 17:07:15.402|00000404|Error      |[CaslWmi]CommandFolio::A{hpCasl.enReturnCode(int&)}|Error 0xe_BIOS_INVALID_COMMAND_TYPE from BIOS WMI call Read/2Eh while getting Folio state

Log Name: HP Software Framework

Source: CaslWmi Logged: 1/12/2011 8:26:22 PM

Event ID: 5 Task Category: None

Level: Error Keywords:Classic

User: N/A Computer: PT-Laptop

OpCode:

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Answered By 0 points N/A #94238

Error occurs on event viewer after logging in.

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This file is needed to be called by most of HP’s software. You will receive an error if this file does not respond.

It is recommended to download the latest updated version of BIOS Firmware or HP Software Framework.

Please use this link:

An alternate suggestion is replacing the corrupted file:

For Windows Vista and Windows 7:

  1. Click on Start button
  2. In the search box, type “cmd”. At the top of the start menu, right-click on the result and select “Run as Administrator”
  3. In the command line, key-in sfc/scannow and you will notice that windows system file checker will try to replace the corrupt or problematic system files that are causing the issue. Use “exit” to close the command line when the windows system file checker is finished. Then, you can restart your notebook.
Answered By 0 points N/A #94240

Error occurs on event viewer after logging in.

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Hello,

It seems like it is HP bug, 

ok you can do the following:

First try to uninstall the HP drivers that you have installed, then restart the PC, if the message did not appear then reinstall the HP-Software Framework from here:

Otherwise you have to do a restore point.

Regards.

Answered By 0 points N/A #94241

Error occurs on event viewer after logging in.

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Leslie,

CaslWmi is a kind of Dynamic-link Library which is used during the execution of a particular operation on HP. In this case it is on HP Calender.

The error you mentioned occurs, when the operation that we are performing needs to call a method/function which is incorporated in the Dynamic Library CaslWmi.

Please check that the latest updated version of HP Software Framework/BIOS firmware is being used.

The same can be checked from here

If the error persists after using the latest Framework, the last option would be to check for corrupted configuration file.

Open the command prompt, using Administrator user

Go to a command prompt, click on START à Run à type cmd in Administrator Login

Type sfc /scannow in the command line prompt

This will allow Windows system file checker to process for the corrupt file and replace the same when it is found.

Then Restart the system to see the change.

Thanks

Answered By 562865 points N/A #94242

Error occurs on event viewer after logging in.

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If this is the first time you noticed the error in the Event Viewer of your Windows, try restarting your computer then check it again. Some of the errors which can be found in the Event Viewer can be considered normal.

Because this is usually generated by the operating system when the application is launched and while it is running in the system. The log messages generated in the Event Viewer can sometimes be helpful in detecting the source of the problem regarding an application.

If you are not noticing any abnormalities in the behavior of a particular application then you have nothing to worry about. If you are still in doubt that something is in trouble in your system, you may try checking your computer for any possible errors.

Use a disk utility application to check the system. For a much thorough diagnostics on the system, use a disk utility application like Norton SystemWorks, or PC Tools Performance Toolkit.

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #94243

Error occurs on event viewer after logging in.

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At first, you have to identify your notebook by posting the product name or number from the bottom of the HP Support Assistant screen. You have to post the installed operating system and version. 
 
 
Now you have to uninstall the HP software framework and then reinstall it. Sometimes, the framework software is having issues analysis BIOS in sequence, when Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) calls for it.
 
If you are unsuccessful to solve it then try it with Windows Vista and Windows 7:
 
Go to START menu, then type cmd. Now click on start menu and click on “Run as Administrator”. Then type sfc or scannow in the command line. Windows system file checker will replace and corrupt or other harmful system files. When, Windows system file checker complete checking then type exit to close. Then restart your notebook.
 
If you again failed to solve problem then, Select Windows update and install the .Net framework. In case of the HP support software to operate properly Microsoft.NET Framework 3.5 with Service Pack 1 or update are required to install.
 
Hope you will successful to solve that problem.
 
Thanks.
Answered By 0 points N/A #94244

Error occurs on event viewer after logging in.

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Hello,

Sorry to hear the problem experienced at your end.

Could you please answer the questions below for more clarification: 

  1. When does the error message occur? ( Eg: During Power on, Pre Boot or Post Boot)
  2. Has this error occurred in the past?
  3. Have you made any recent hardware/software changes on your PC?
  4. If possible, can you send the EVENT VIEWER logs from your PC for further diagnoses?

Once I have answers to the above questions I should be able to guide you further.

Thanks.

Answered By 0 points N/A #94246

Error occurs on event viewer after logging in.

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Hi,

The way I see it like a program outside window well either it a malware or a virus or a software error it's better to uninstall the program in the windows uninstall menu of windows that you're using or try to scan it with a anti virus software or better if  you don't know the use of this software remove it 

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