Way to resolve Winlogon ESE-application error

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Could you please help me resolve the following error? “Winlogon ESE-application error. The instruction at 0x759723ee referenced memory at 0x00000000. The memory could not be read”. 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #105986

Way to resolve Winlogon ESE-application error

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Hi earlena,

 

When you receive the winlogon.exe application error it could be due to a variety of reasons. The most common are hardware issues:
1. One of the first things to do is to determine if you are having this issue all the time or just part of the time. If it even happens in safe mode then you have a bigger issue. This should allow you to get into your system and accomplish the rest of the steps to prevent other issues.

In software issue:
2. One you are in your system I would run a scandisk to detect any possible bad sectors on your hard drive and once that is complete run defrag to ensure all files are moved to a safe portion of the disk and that each file is continuous. Both of this will ensure you do not have any other files in what may be a bad sector of your hard drive.

In order to fix the winlogon.exe application error you will want to ensure a registry cleaner is part of the process. This is because it checks to ensure all files are in the correct location for the registries pointers, preventing future issues in case there is a problem. 

thanks.hope this help to you.

Answered By 566010 points N/A #105987

Way to resolve Winlogon ESE-application error

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Whenever you see an error on your computer that says the memory could not be read and specifying a particular memory location, it has something to do with your physical memory. I sometimes see this on my computer whenever I am in a hurry to shut down my computer and there are still pending operations left on the other programs I used that are still running and I haven’t actually exit the program yet.

In my case, it is always a temporary error. It is temporary, in the sense that when you restart your system the error is gone. This kind of error doesn’t happen always. It’s like a random error. It can happen now and then disappear. It can repeat maybe after 1, 2, or 3 months.

No one knows. I guess it depends on how you use your computer. If you have a small physical RAM installed on your computer, try adding more RAM. You can also check the startup programs on your computer. If you have many programs that starts with Windows, try minimizing them and remove the ones that are not important or you don’t literally use.

In your case, simply try restarting your computer and see if the error is still there. In normal cases, the error disappears after a system restart.

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