However, some users have stated that they receive the message kernel net ‘messages suppressed’ on Windows 10.
> Whenever I start my PC, the “kernel net ‘messages suppressed'” appear. > What should I do?
This error usually appears after you upgrade Windows 10 to a new version.
- Error messages suppressed from net kernel are a result of corrupt files or drivers.
- The net messages suppressed error can be repaired by scanning your system for viruses.
- Disabling the antivirus software might also be a solution.
- Make sure to check your drivers using the Device Manager.
PC problems? Solve them in minutes.
1. Run SFC and DISM scans
- Open Command prompt as administrator.
- Copy and paste the following command (without the quotes) and hit Enter: DISM /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth
- After DISM scan is finished, enter the following command and hit Enter: sfc /scannow
2. Run the verifier
- 3. Check /etc/netconfig/ifcfg-eth1
- Check if the network can ping google.com
- Check if the network can ping google.com (in case you didn’t have enp0s3)
3. Create a new user account
- 4. Sign in to the new account
- 5. Attempt to run the game
- 6. If the error persists, uninstall the game
- 2. Open the Task Manager
- 3. Find the “Win32K.sys” (or “Kernel-Base-System”) process
- 4. Use the “End Process” button
- 5. If the error persists, delete the “Kernel-Base-System” (or “Win32K.sys”) file
- 6. Restart your computer
4. Change SFC scan
- 5. Update the network adapter
- 6. Restart your computer
- 7. Open Command prompt
- 8. In Command prompt type the following commands and press Enter after each: DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /RestoreHealth SFC /Scannow
5. Change Power Plan
- Press Windows Key + S and enter power plan. Select Power & sleep settings from the list of results.
- When the Power Options window opens, select the Change plan settings from the left pane.
- Open the Change advanced power settings from the right pane.
- Go to the AC settings section and click Change advanced power settings button.
- Locate the Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power option, and set it to Turn on this device to save power.
6. Check registry
- Open Registry Editor. To do that, use the Windows key + R shortcut, type regedit and hit Enter.
- Navigate to the following key:
- Right-click on the Netlogon key and choose Permissions.
- Choose Edit under Owner.
- Select the Users option.
- Click on Add.
- Now, input the username of the account that has administrative privileges.
- Click OK to save changes.
- Close Registry Editor and try launching the Windows Update again.
7. Update your drivers
- 8. Press Win + I to open Settings, and go to Update & Security.
- Click Windows Update on the left pane, and you should see a Check for updates button on the right pane. Click it and check for updates.