What is ‘Error Event id 7009’ in Windows 10?
If you are facing ‘Error Event id 7009’ in Windows Event Viewer when you start Windows 10 computer, then you are in right place for the solution. Here, you will be guided with easy methods/steps to resolve the issue. Let’s starts the discussion.
‘Event id 7009’ error in Windows 10: It is common Windows error occurs usually after Windows startup is complete. This error is appeared in Windows 10 Event Viewer App and states that ‘A timeout was reached (30000 milliseconds) while waiting for Lights-Out connect’ or ‘A timeout was reached (30000 milliseconds) while waiting for ServiceName service to connect’.
The possible reason behind this issue can be Windows Traps Endpoint Security Manager/ Windows Traps service is disabled or is set to ‘Not configured’ in your Windows computer. If this service is not configured to start automatically, then you might face ‘Error Event id 7009’ error on Windows Event Viewer. You can modify Traps service settings in order to fix the issue.
This issue can also be occurred due to some native Windows services that have tendency to stall their dependencies on low-end computers. You can modify its settings in order to fix the issue. Also, this Event id 7009 error is occurred if there is no enough time allocated for Windows Trace Session Manager to start in your Windows computer. You can re-configure the settings of Windows Trace Session Manager by using Registry Editor and increase its timeout range.
Another possible reason behind this error can be conflict with software update, driver installation or other third-party applications installed in your computer. It might possible your third-party antivirus or other software interfere the service startup and result in Windows Event Viewer error is appeared. In such case, you can restore your Windows 10 to restore point when everything was working well, using System Restore tool. Let’s go for the solution.
How to fix Error Event id 7009 in Windows 10?
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Method 2: Modify Traps Service in Windows 10
If you have Windows Traps Endpoint Security Manager installed in your device and facing ‘Event id 7009’ error while booting up Windows 10, then you should make sure Traps Service is configured to start automatically in your computer. If not, you can re-configure it in order to fix the issue.
Step 1: Press ‘Windows + R’ keys on keyboard, type ‘services.msc’ in the opened ‘Run’ dialog box and hit ‘OK’ button to open ‘Services’ window
Step 2: Find and double-click on ‘Traps Service’ to open its ‘Properties’
Step 3: In ‘Properties’ window, click on ‘General’ tab, select ‘Automatic’ option from ‘Startup Type’ dropdown and then hit ‘Ok’ button to save the changes
Step 4: Once done, restart your computer and open Windows Event Viewer App, and check if the error is resolved.
Method 3: Modify certain native Windows Services
If Traps Endpoint Security Manager is not installed in your computer, then you should make sure every native Windows services that is known to cause this issue is enabled in your computer and is configured to start at every Windows Startup. These native Windows Services are DCOM Server Process Launcher, RPC Endpoint Mapper, Remote Procedure Call (RPC), Security Accounts Manager and Server. You can re-configure these services one-by-one in ‘Services’ window in Windows 10.
Step 1: Open ‘Services’ window using above method
Step 2: Find and double-click on ‘DCOM Server Process Launcher’ service to open its ‘Properties’
Step 3: Under ‘General’ tab, select ‘Automatic’ option from ‘Startup Type’ dropdown and hit ‘Start’ button under ‘Service Status’ section, and then hit ‘Ok’ button to save the changes
Step 4: Repeat the same steps to configure RPC Endpoint Mapper, Remote Procedure Call (RPC), Security Accounts Manager and Server services to Automatic Startup Type
Step 5: Once done, restart your computer and check if the problem is resolved.
Method 4: Re-configure Windows Trace Session Manager using Registry Editor
Service Control Manager in Windows 10 is configured by default to wait for specific time (60 seconds) by ‘ServicesPipeTimeout’ entry in Registry Editor before logging Event 7009. However, this timeout value is not enough for Windows Trace Session Manager installed in your computer, to allow the Service Control Manager to start, and that’s why you are facing ‘Error Event id 7009’ on Windows Event Viewer when you start Windows 10. You can increase the timeout value of ‘ServicesPipeTimeout’ registry entry in order to fix the issue.
Step 1: Press ‘Windows + R’ keys on keyboard, type ‘regedit’ in the opened ‘Run’ dialog box and hit ‘OK’ button to open ‘Registry Editor’
Step 2: Now, navigate to following path in left pane
Step 3: Now in right pane, find and double-click on ‘ServicesPipeTimeout’ value to open its ‘Properties’
Step 4: In ‘Properties’ window, set the ‘Base’ to ‘Decimal’, type ‘600000’ under ‘Value Data’ field, and then hit ‘Ok’ button to save the changes
Step 5: If ServiesPipeTimeout entry doesn’t exist, you can create it. To do so, right-click on empty space in right pane, and select ‘New > DWORD (32-bit) Value’ and name the value to ‘ServicesPipeTimeout’ and hit ‘Enter’ key. Now, follow ‘step 3 to step 4’ to done modification
Step 6: Once done, restart your computer and check if the issue is resolved.
Method 5: Perform System Restore
If the issue is still persist, then you can try to resolve the issue by performing system restore in Windows 10. You can choose a restore point when everything was working well, in order to fix this issue.
Step 1: Type ‘System Restore’ in ‘Windows Search box’ and open it from results appear
Step 2: In ‘System Restore’ window, click on ‘Next’, select a restore point when everything was working well, and then click on ‘Next > Finish’ to start restoring process.
Step 3: Once finished, restart your computer and check if the error is resolved.
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