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Re: HP Software Framework Error Event 4 and 5

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Hi Sami,

 

Think you grabbed the wrong end of the stick , no the SSD was not the reason for the Errors disappearing it was the rebuild of the OS " WITHOUT " any of the HPPA software , I'd had the SSD ready for a few months just hadn't had time to do a full rebuild , and as I was trying the build I thought I might as well build it onto the SSD .

 

HPPA was the ONLY HP Software that was different / not loaded on the rebuild , ALL extra programs were added again from the same source as before .

 

This isn't the same for everyone , some have issues with other HP OEM Bitz , but however the similarity IS errors from HPSF , and Event Logs for Casl  etc. Seems to me that HP has some issues they don't want to fix ,and I bet they go back deep , to Chipset or BIOS .

 

I am annoyed that we will probably never know what causes these errors , until someone susses out how to modify

the BIOS on these newer RSA signed BIOS 's  like the 8740w .

 

Dave.

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Message 122 of 136 (3,690 Views)

Re: HP Software Framework Error Event 4 and 5

Hi All,

 

Just updating and as expected , the response from HP HELP was another puff of wind , all promises

but never followed through. Not even a lame phone call telling me they will look into it ,

and at least explain to me where the problem on my machine is.

 

I would love to know if its a software or a firmware issue ?

 

Dave.

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Message 123 of 136 (3,561 Views)

Re: HP Software Framework Error Event 4 and 5

I have the same problem, HP seems to be turning thier backs on the subject. 

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Message 124 of 136 (2,824 Views)

Re: HP Software Framework Error Event 4 and 5

Evey day at startup 2 errors.

 

The package that reprtedly "solves" this, is not appropriate for my model.

 

Probaly programmer wants to report either "05" or a binary 05.

As you seem to handle ID's as numbers, it is likely the binary 05.

Programmer put binary 5 into a-byte of a 16-bit integer whereas the other-byte is wrongly initialized, as "0"

(can't tell left or right byte, don't know or you are little or big endian).

Or a cast went wrong, or a function was not / not correctly prototyped - which you should see through a warning, don't you look at warnings during compile time?

Anyway, such a thing should be a matter of a few hours to fix.

Shall I do it for you?

 

- <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
- <System>
<Provider Name="hpCasl" />
<EventID Qualifiers="0">5</EventID>
<Level>2</Level>
<Task>0</Task>
<Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2014-12-28T08:48:28.000000000Z" />
<EventRecordID>670</EventRecordID>
<Channel>HP Software Framework</Channel>
<Computer>yeah</Computer>
<Security />
</System>
- <EventData>
<Data>2014-12-28 09:48:28.019|00000DE0|Error |[hpcasl]Command::Get{hpCasl.enReturnCode(string,object&)}|An exception occurred De opgegeven conversie is ongeldig.</Data>
</EventData>
</Event>

 

- <Event xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event">
- <System>
<Provider Name="hpCasl" />
<EventID Qualifiers="0">5</EventID>
<Level>2</Level>
<Task>0</Task>
<Keywords>0x80000000000000</Keywords>
<TimeCreated SystemTime="2014-12-28T08:48:30.000000000Z" />
<EventRecordID>671</EventRecordID>
<Channel>HP Software Framework</Channel>
<Computer>yeah</Computer>
<Security />
</System>
- <EventData>
<Data>2014-12-28 09:48:29.938|0000100C|Error |[hpcasl]Command::Get{hpCasl.enReturnCode(string,object&)}|An exception occurred De opgegeven conversie is ongeldig.</Data>
</EventData>
</Event>

 

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Message 125 of 136 (2,148 Views)

Re: HP Software Framework Error Event 4 and 5

Hi,

 

I had same problem, errors in eventlog & the HPPA not detecting battery. Solved it by simple 15min fix, give it a try:

1. Uninstall HP power assistant, HP hotkeys & HP software framework from the standard windows list of installed software "appwiz.cpl"

2. Reboot

3. Delete (or move)  the following folders in %Program Files(x86)%\Hewlett-Packard:

Shared

HP Hotkey Support

HP Software Framework

 

NOTE:

Exact location of the specified folders depends on your OS (mine is Win 7 64bit), in 32bit it would be %Program Files%

 

4. Reinstall HP software framework, HP Hotkeys & HPPA.

 

For me after this, no errors in eventlog and HPPA sees the battery again. The culprit is, that even after uninstalling the software framework, the shared libraries are not deleted. My quess is, that when reinstalling the framework, the installer script doesn't rewrite the libraries allready present, e.g. if not file exists "nameofHPlibfile.dll" then copy end if. This then leads to something one could describe as a little HP dll hell.

 

Hope it helps, good luck.

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Message 126 of 136 (2,124 Views)

Re: HP Software Framework Error Event 4 and 5

@ msvojsik

 

Good to know it worked for you , but we did suggest this half way down page 3 of this thread , a year or 2 ago now Smiley Happy

 

dave.

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Message 127 of 136 (1,604 Views)

Re: HP Software Framework Error Event 4 and 5

Thanks for the info, but it didn't work for me, I've given up on this problem with HP as they (till this day) still turn their backs on the issue. I've simply disable the HP Support Assistant.

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Message 128 of 136 (985 Views)

Re: HP Software Framework Error Event 4 and 5

We also have the same Problem with an ProBook 6550b.

The Eventlog shows HpCasl Event-ID 5 caused by the HP Software Framework.

The latest Framework (4.5.12.1) is installed (I've not found a newer one).

How can we fix this Problem?

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Message 129 of 136 (967 Views)

Re: HP Software Framework Error Event 4 and 5

I have Software Framework 4.6.13.1 and Support Solutions Framework 12.4.18.7. Still the error. Every day at startup first an info message that hpqwmiex starts and a second later two times the conversion error hpCasl 5. Perhaps a process wants to tell us that there is a severe security issue? We don't know, still waiting for HP to fix  its software. I have these errors for a few years now. The good news is that is does not happen on my latest hardware, probably because this is no HP anymore  Smiley Happy

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Message 130 of 136 (950 Views)

Re: HP Software Framework Error Event 4 and 5

Just uninstall all the HP add-ons. The computer will work fine without them. Check for driver updates on the support website occasionaly and install any manually.

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