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I have a BSOD dump:
1: kd> !dumptype
I can also see that wersvc is disabled:
1: kd> !reg q \REGISTRY\MACHINE\System\ControlSet001\services\WERSVC … [ValueType] [ValueName] [ValueData] REG_SZ DisplayName Windows Error Reporting Service REG_DWORD ErrorControl 0 REG_EXPAND_SZ ImagePath %SystemRoot%\System32\svchost.exe -k WerSvcGroup REG_DWORD Start 4
And I can also see following werfault process in dump. So my query is that it is possible that even after Windows Error Reporting Service being disabled , Werfault could be invoked by some other process.
SessionId: 1 Cid: 1c74 Peb: 005d1000 ParentCid: 1bf4
DirBase: 4cdca002 ObjectTable: ffffb50a70747600 HandleCount:
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