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What is wermgr.exe?

Part of Windows Problem Reporting by Microsoft

What is it?

The error reporting feature enables users to notify Microsoft of application faults, kernel faults, unresponsive applications, and other application specific problems. Microsoft can use the error reporting feature to provide customers with troubleshooting information, solutions, or updates for their specific problems.
Description of wermgr.exe from Microsoft
Windows provides crash, non-response, and kernel fault error reporting by default without requiring changes to your application. The report will include minidump and heap dump information if required. Applications instead use the WER API to send application-specific problem reports to Microsoft. Because Windows automatically reports unhandled exceptions, application should not handle fatal exceptions. If the faulting or not-responding process is interactive, WER displays a user interface informing the user of the problem. An application is considered unresponsive if it does not respond to Windows messages for five seconds while the user is trying to interact with the application. The error reporting system sends all data to Microsoft through the Internet.
(wermgr.exe is a system file that is installed with Windows)
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How does wermgr.exe run?

Process - wermgr.exe is an instance of a running program. This 32-bit program executes with the privileges as the currently logged in user account. wermgr.exe is executed by the process svchost.exe (Host Process for Windows Services by Microsoft).

How does wermgr.exe start?

Scheduled task - wermgr.exe is launched automatically by registering itself into the Windows Task Scheduler under the task name '\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Error Reporting\QueueReporting'. Task Scheduler provides the ability to schedule the launch of programs or scripts at pre-defined times or after specified time intervals or even with event-based triggers.
Scheduled tasks startup - wermgr.exe is launched automatically when a user logs into Windows by registering itself into the Windows Task Scheduler under the task name '\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Error Reporting\QueueReporting'. With Scheduled Tasks, any script, program, or document can be configured to run when a user logs into the PC. These tasks start every time that Windows is booted and runs in the background.

Community

What is the community is seeing?What is the community is doing?
About 0.1% of all Boost users have the wermgr.exe process running.Of the 0.1% of wermgr.exe users, 83.0% have disabled it.
How stable is Windows Problem Reporting?
Based on crash data discovered by Boost, stability is a measure of how sound this particular process and the average percent of times it crashes.
     wermgr.exe0.03%
Typical program1.26%
How resource intensive is wermgr.exe?
Comparison based on the average resource utilization across all programs.
0.00142% CPU14206.9%
Average CPU utilization across all programs is 0.00001%.
          3.49 MB RAM16.2%
Average private memory utilization across all programs is 21.53 MB.
 40 /min1.8%
Average I/O read and write operations for all programs is 2,253 per minute.
46 GDI objects30.7%
Average number of GUI GDI and USER objects for all programs is 150.
Typical file (disk image) location:
C:\Windows\System32\wermgr.exe

Are there other versions of Windows Problem Reporting?

What else is related?

Windows Problem Reporting Stability

wermgr.exe crashes or has encountered a critical error 0.8900% of the time.
1.  
Error: WERCWEvent (WERCWEvent)
Occurred: over 6 months ago
2.  
Error: WERCWEvent (WERCWEvent)
Occurred: over 6 months ago
3.  
Error: WERCWEvent (WERCWEvent)
Occurred: over 6 months ago

What Windows OS versions does this run on?

Windows Vista (TM) Home Premium (6.0.6000.0)
Windows Vista (TM) Ultimate (6.0.6000.0)
Windows Vista Ultimate (6.0.6000.0)

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File details

File name: wermgr.exe
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation (verified)
Name: Windows Problem Reporting
Description: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System
Version: 6.0.6000.16386 (vista_rtm.061101-2205)
Product version: 6.0.6000.16386
Size: 60.5 KB
Original file name: WerMgr
Windows file protection: Yes

Digital certificate

Certificate authority: Microsoft Corporation
Expiration date: 7/9/2013

Resource utilization

CPU utilization averages
Total CPU: 0.0015039479%
Privileged CPU: 0.0000832556%
User CPU: 0.00142069223259%
Privileged CPU time: 109.38 ms
Privileged CPU time /min: 0 ms
CPU cycle count: 1,578,916,131
CPU cycle count /min: 723,578
Memory utilization averages
Committed memory: 61.45 MB
Peak committed memory: 62.02 MB
Paged memory: 3.49 MB
Peak paged memory: 3.53 MB
Paged system memory: 114.35 KB
Non-paged system memory: 4.98 KB
Working set memory: 6 MB
Peak working set memory: 7.8 MB
Min working set memory: 5.95 MB
Private memory: 3.49 MB
Page faults: 2,106
Page faults /min: 1
Process I/O averages
Total read operations: 3
Read operations /min: 1
Total read transfer: 16.13 KB
Read transfer /min: 8 Bytes
Total write operations: 1
Write operations /min: 1
Total write transfer: 116 Bytes
Write transfer /min: 0 Bytes
Total other operations: 699
Other operations /min: 1
Total other transfer: 6.83 KB
Other Transfer /min: 3 Bytes
GUI Object Averages
GDI objects: 46
USER objects: 29
Resources
Handle count average: 137
Thread count average: 4
Thread resource averages
wer.dll

Process details

Runs as (owner): User
Integrety level: High
Windows platform: 32-bit
Parent Process
Process Command
"C:\Windows\system32\wermgr.exe" "-queuereporting_svc" "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\WER\ReportQueue\Report128d8c3a"

Scheduled task details

Name: QueueReporting
Command: \Microsoft\Windows\Windows Error Reporting\QueueReporting

Scheduled tasks startup details

Name: \Microsoft\Windows\Windows Error Reporting\QueueReporting

Image hashes

MD5: 2c8d466741833d6ca430da2b07bcb16a
SHA-1: fadaed3719b612f4f03ca719b36a5a2937fcb705
SHA-256: 55b6216cab9d24ee3d05ec359ee16d608edc106bf720693d6cb4e0b6457d8351

PE image details

Subsystem: Windows GUI
Langauge*: Microsoft Visual C++
File entropy: 5.97408
File packed: No
Import Table
advapi32.dll
kernel32.dll
msvcrt.dll
ntdll.dll
ole32.dll
shell32.dll
user32.dll
version.dll
wer.dll
wevtapi.dll
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