Question Event tracing fatal error

Try this?

If you can log in normally, good; else you will have to boot into Safe Mode, enter Advanced Startup options screen, or use the Installation Media to boot to be able to carry out these instructions.
1] Hard Reboot your PC
The first troubleshooting step you should take in resolving this EVENT TRACING FATAL ERROR BSOD error is to hard reboot your PC.
2] Run SFC and DISM scan
More often than not, Blue Screen of Death error may occur due to corrupt or missing system files on your computer. In this case, PC users can run System File Checker (SFC) and/or DISM (Deployment Image Servicing and Management) to scan the system for errors and fix them.
3] Run the Blue Screen Online Troubleshooter
This solution requires you to run the Blue Screen Online Troubleshooter from Microsoft. The wizard can help PC users fix stop errors automatically. If this didn’t work for you, you can try the next solution.
4] Update drivers
As it is the case with most BSOD errors, faulty or outdated drivers may be the culprit here. In this case, you can either update your drivers manually via the Device Manager, or you can get the driver updates on the Optional Updates section under Windows Update. You may also automatically update your drivers or you can download the latest version of the driver from the manufacturer’s website.
5] Disable Secure Boot and Driver Signature Enforcement
This solution requires you to disable Secure Boot and also disable Driver Signature Enforcement on your PC and see if the issue at hand is resolved. Otherwise, try the next solution.
6] Troubleshoot using WinDbg
If at this point the error is still unresolved, you can troubleshoot using WinDbg.