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Previously known as Dr. Watson, the ersvc.dll module is now known as the Windows Error Reporting (WER) library that was introduced with Windows XP. It runs as a Windows service that provides post-error debug information to the developer when the application crashes or stops responding on a user’s desktop.

By using the Internet, the ersvc.dll DLL sends the memory dump to Microsoft where it is analyzed and a solution is sent back to the user, if available, using the Windows Error Reporting Responses. If the service itself crashes, an error reports that the original crashed process cannot be sent.

Error reports received through the ersvc.dll application are sorted into a virtual bucket, which is categorizations of all instances of specific error associated with a particular version of a driver, application, Windows feature, or other component. In order to protect companies from impersonation and to ensure that the error reports go to a representative from the right company, the Winqual website, which is used to view system specific errors, requires your company to have a valid VeriSign Class 3 Digital ID, also called a Software Publisher’s Digital ID for Authenticode. If no company error reports are viewed, users of your products might not have submitted error reports to Microsoft.

The ersvc.dll module captures the kernel-mode (operating system) and the user-mode (application) crashes as well as the information on the drivers and applications running at the time of the crash. When the end-user sends an error report to Microsoft, the ersvc.dll file collects technical information about the crash.

The data collected is used for quality control purposes only and not for tracking individual users or installations for any marketing purposes. If there is available information that will help the end user solve the problem, Windows displays a message to the user with a link to that information.

The data collected by the ersvc.dll module are instrumental in fixing problems seen in the operating system and applications. However, personally identifiable information could be contained in the memory and application data compiled in the minidumps that the ersvc.dll file compiles and sends back to Microsoft. Microsoft made privacy assurances that in case personal data is sent, it won’t be used to identify users.

Ersvc.dll is created by:
Microsoft Corporation
Microsoft Support Site

Known file path:
C:\ WINDOWS\ system32\ ersvc.dll

What is a DLL?

Your operating system comes pre-installed with Microsoft DLL’s and most third party programs also install DLL’s.

DLL (Dynamic Link Library) is Microsoft’s implementation of the shared library concept. Meaning there’s a DLL library on your computer and each DLL can be shared among different Microsoft and third party programs. This shared library method helps your computer run faster by having fewer operations running at the same time.

When a DLL is missing or corrupt it may show an error message and programs may fail or crash.

Because DLL’s are shared, one missing or corrupt DLL may affect multiple programs on your computer.


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