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Errors in Event Viewer

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Since the latest beta update the following is appearing in Event Viewer:

 

Failed to parse element: Requirements
Id=87b35109-b1d7-4cdf-9cbb-84c1d946d22b, DisplayName=CV Surveys Win32, Provider=Amplify Signals and Insights Team, StoreType=SdxRdx, StoreId=(null)
P1: Apps for Office
P2: 16.0.15511.20000
P3: 0x8004323E
P4: New Document

 

Not too sure what is triggering this error, or which Office app is reporting it. 

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@PurSpyk 

 

I'm have that identical error on the July 2022 build of Windows 11.

 

I have a 32-bit version of Office installed (because I need that version for a specific custom Access database).  Any chance you're running 32-bit Office?

 

I also have iDrive automated backup software installed.  Launching a backup with that software seems to kill my Ethernet connection until I reboot.  Not sure if that's related.

 

Do either of those two variables overlap with your situation?

Hi

No I use the 64bit version and don't use idrive

I also have this problem. Seems random in its occurrence.

I am finding the same error (and have a known Fast Flux DNS threat in my environment).

Exploit Protection is killing a number of Office processes flagged for credentail stealing. I am not sure if they are related.

same error here. on an insider build of windows 11 but not using the office "coming soon". wondering if that might address it.

otherwise assuming its something that must be lived with until the fall update.

Latest beta build, 26 July 2022, still same error. How do we report issues that get noticed? Feeback hub is pointless, these forums are only users, feedback via Office seems to go unnoticed as well.
Same error for me:


Failed to parse element: Requirements
Id=87b35109-b1d7-4cdf-9cbb-84c1d946d22b, DisplayName=CV Surveys Win32, Provider=Amplify Signals and Insights Team, StoreType=SdxRdx, StoreId=(null)
P1: Apps for Office
P2: 16.0.15427.20182
P3: 0x8004323E
P4: New Document
Latest version of Office, new Windows Updates, still same error reported. How do we get this fixed, feedback does not seem to be taken seriously
This happened in April and was eventually fixed....no it returns
New office updates, Windows updates, still the error is logged each time an office program is opened. Sent feedback to Microsoft, but nothing gets done

@PurSpyk I get the same error. Windows 10. No beta of anything.

New Office updates, new Windows updates, still the same crashes reported. Sent feedback, never get a response.
Same here too. I used the Feedback-Hub and after a while I remark the restart of Windows File Explorer and checked directly my Event Viewer.

At the same time the following error occurred in same second:

Faulting application name: Explorer.EXE, version: 10.0.19041.2006, time stamp: 0x3e04d5ee
Faulting module name: Windows.UI.Core.TextInput.dll, version: 10.0.19041.1806, time stamp: 0x7b0331de
Exception code: 0xc0000005
Fault offset: 0x000000000007b065
Faulting process id: 0x1b00
Faulting application start time: 0x01d8cc2820ab7720
Faulting application path: C:\WINDOWS\Explorer.EXE
Faulting module path: C:\Windows\System32\Windows.UI.Core.TextInput.dll
Report Id: 94e23526-8364-42d7-9f3c-76b27f812ff3
Faulting package full name:
Faulting package-relative application ID: