Log warning seconds after crash while playing a game windows hello for companies cause unknown .

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this crash happened while in a game fetching something .

also i wrote this in order of time stamp tho windows did not report it in the correct order.

anyone got a clue for a solution ?


1: critical! 14:24:54
The system has restarted without first shutting down correctly.
This error may have been caused by the system becoming unresponsive or freezing, or the power outage

2:Error! 14:24:57
The previous closure of the system at 12:05:47 on 13-5-2022 happened unexpectedly.

3:Error! 14:24:57 During transport, control events were lost. 0

4:Warning! 14:25:05 Windows Hello for Business provisioning does not start.
Device added by AAD (A ADJ or DJ++): Not Tested
User has logged in with AAD credentials: No
Windows Hello for Business policy is enabled: Not Tested
Post-login provisioning for Windows Hello for Business is enabled: Not Tested
Local computer meets Windows Hello for Business hardware requirements: Not Tested
User is not connected to the computer using Remote Desktop: Yes
User certificate for on-premises authentication policies is enabled: Not Tested
Computer is managed by none policies.
Cloud trust for on-premises authentication policies is enabled: Not Tested
User account has Cloud TGT : Not Tested
For more information, see: Microsoft link

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