How to Fix 0x0000000C MAXIMUM_WAIT_OBJECTS_EXCEEDED



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The error is caused by a defective or damaged driver. This code is primarily used by Windows and other vendors of Windows companion software and drivers. This error code is often used to identify the error caused by the manufacturer. The technical description and numeric error number are included in the error code 0x0000000C.MAXIMUM_WAIT_OBJECTS_EXCEEDED. The instruction where it was loaded at the time of the error is the address of the memory locations of the additional hexadecimal code.

If Windows system files are corrupted or damaged, the 0x0000000C.MAXIMUM_WAIT_OBJECTS_EXCEEDED error occurs. There are many reasons why you may find these errors on your computer, such as unacceptable removal of applications and hardware, incomplete installation, incomplete uninstallation. Damaged files in the Windows system may be damaged by the above activations.

Configure the remote desktop session host to listen on another network adapter with less than 64 IP addresses.

  • Open the Remote Desktop Session Host Configuration MMC.
  • Right-click the RDP-Tcp connection object and select Properties
  • Select the Network Adapter tab under RDP-Tcp Properties.
  • Select a network adapter with less than 64 assigned IP addresses


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Disable Incoming Connections from Remote Desktop

  • Open the System Properties applet of the control panel (SystemPropertiesRemote.exe)
  • Select “Do not allow connections to this computer”.

Running a scan of the system file

  • BSOD errors can be caused by damaged system files, which the system file scanner can repair.
  • In Windows 10, right-click the Start button and select Run.
  • Type cmd in the Open from Run and press Ctrl + Shift + Enter.
  • Type this command in the command prompt window :
  • DISM.exe /Online /Clean up image /Restore health.
  • Press Enter.
  • Then start the SFC scan by typing sfc /scannow and pressing Enter.
  • Wait until the SFC scanner has completed its work. Restart Windows if the scan repairs the files.

Disable Unnecessary Programs in the Windows Start Menu

The software that causes “MAXIMUM_WAIT_OBJECTS_EXCEEDED” (0x0000000C) can be written to the Windows startup list so that the error occurs immediately after the system is started without any user activity. You can use Task Manager to delete programs at startup.

  • Load the computer in secure mode.
  • Right-click the taskbar, and then click Task Manager.
  • Go to the Startup tab.
  • To remove a program from the startup list, select it and disable it by clicking Disable in the lower right corner of the window.

RollBack Driver

  • First press the key combination “Win-Logo + R” to open the Run dialog box. Enter “devmgmt.msc” here and click OK to continue.
  • Once the Device Manager is displayed, expand the device whose driver you wish to reset. Right-click the driver and click Properties.
  • In the Properties dialog box, switch to the Driver tab. Click the “Roll Back Driver” button. Click Yes to the confirmation prompt.
  • If you are unable to reset the driver, or if you still get the error MAXIMUM OBJECTS PENDING EXCEEDED, try disabling that particular driver.

Conclusion

The blue screen itself is not bad, but it does indicate that your PC is struggling with fatal system errors.

The above corrections will probably correct the MAXIMUM_WAIT_OBJECTS_EXCEEDED error. The resolutions provided by Microsoft’s Stop Troubleshooter may also be useful for correcting 0x0000000C.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/2869679/0x0000000c-maximum-wait-objects-exceeded-stop-error-on-a-windows-serve



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