I am going to suggest you run some kind of a memory check on your computer.
I am thinking there is something wrong there. Or one of the voltages on your mainboard. Do you overclock your computer at all?
The reason why I am asking this is because of the number of really strange errors that don't seem to have any kind of a common denominator. The problems are coming from all different parts of EG that aren't related in a manner that would cause these errors. Maybe you have some HDD corruption or possibly window system files are corrupted.
MCE Remote Vista plugin
WindowsError: [Error 1072] The specified service has been marked for deletion.
this one from eg.document. this one doesn't even know what went wrong.
wxError1: Can't create window of class wxWindowNR (error 0: unknown error 0)
this one from Task Monitor
WindowsError: [Error 8] Not enough storage is available to process this command: 'CreateToolhelp32Snapshot'
this one from the Main GUI control of EG
PyAssertionError: C++ assertion "image.IsOk()" failed at ..\..\src\msw\bitmap.cpp(922) in wxBitmap::CreateFromImage(): invalid image
this one is from eg.Scheduler.
error: can't start new thread
run these few tests for me.
first check you HDD for any errors. use the builtin windows checker. don't fix any bad sectors as that portion could take forever. when that is done report the results from it. then run this from the command line. this could take a really long time to run. so you may want to do it before you go to sleep. run CMD with admin privileges. then key in this command
this is going to test all of the windows OS files for any problems. and if there are any issues it will make an attempt to repair them. it may or may not be able to. running this will consume a pretty good sized chunk of resources. so close all running programs..
once that is done you will want to key this into that same command window. running this command is going to parse the output log files from the scan and save that information to a file named sfcdetails.txt on your desktop. zip up that file and attach it to a PM to me. I need to look at it to see what it has found and what it was able to fix and not fix.
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findstr /c:"[SR]" %windir%\logs\cbs\cbs.log > %USERPROFILE%\Desktop\sfcdetails.txt
I am going to ask some really dumb questions. don't get mad at me. sometimes things get forgotten or overlooked.
Have you rebooted the computer?
Have you done a power cycle of the computer? (shutdown, unplug for 30 seconds, power it back up)
Have you tried disabling one plugin at a time?
Have you tried running EG with a blank config tree?
I am not sure what you are changing or doing to your tree that keeps on causing the plugin manager to restart. but it happens right after some program gets run from EG. I have seen this 7 times and this appears before and after some of the errors. Not sure what it is.
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20:20:24: 1 MainThread: creating named pipe
20:20:24: 1 MainThread: calling ConnectNamedPipe
20:20:24: 1 MainThread: starting subprocess
20:20:24: 1 MainThread: waiting for subprocess to connect
20:20:24: 1 MainThread: got connect event
20:20:24: 1 MainThread: sending startup message
20:20:24: 0 MainThread: PluginManager.ScanAllPlugins :0.132135220365641