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Lots of errors in event viewer

  1. #1


    Posts : 148
    Windows 8.1 Pro

    Lots of errors in event viewer


    Hi,

    Since installing Windows 8 Professional 64bit I have been experiencing lots of differnt erros / warnings in event viewer. I have been working with usasma in the BSOD Crashes and debugging section of the forum and it was suggested that I should post in the general forum section to see if others could help with the erros that I am experiencing. I have attached an admin log from event viewer which shows the majority of the erros. I currently have all the latest drivers and Windows updates installed. I have contacted Gigabyte for a newer BIOS and they provided me with the latest BETA Bios that they have but this still dates back to 2011.


    I have also installed the latest firmware available for my Corsair 120GB SSD.

    I would be grateful for suggestions on how I can go about resolving these erros.

    Many thanks,


    Lots of errors in event viewer Attached Files
    Last edited by wizkid; 16 Feb 2013 at 12:36.

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  2. #2


    What errors? There is a lot of data in the zip so what specific errors should we look for?
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  3. #3


    West Auckland
    Posts : 107
    Windows 8 Pro Pack x64


    It might be a bit easier for us to look at your events if you could do what I've shown in the following screenshot. Then we can import your events into our own event viewers which makes looking much easier than in a TXT file.
    Click image for larger version

    Based on the erros I saw in the TXT file, are you having RAID issues or something? There's a lot of storage related errors in there.
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  4. #4


    Posts : 148
    Windows 8.1 Pro


    Hi

    Thanks for your responses

    the errors I would to be investigated are:



    User Profile Service ID1530

    .NET Runtime ID1026

    DNS Client Events ID1014

    Service Control Manager ID7000

    Kernel Pnp ID219

    Kernel event tracing ID3

    Kernel event tracing admin ID4

    ESENT ID489

    Application error ID1000

    Application error ID1005
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  5. #5


    San Jose - California
    Posts : 2,847
    8.1x64PWMC Ubuntu14.04x64 MintMate17x64


    Your event logs (Application & System) contain logs between 11-28-2012 & 1-23-2013. A lot of those entries are old and mostly Information. It is hard to go thru the list and look at each and every event.

    Usasma is one of the best at doing BSOD analyze in this forum and he must have a reason to recommend you to post these in general forum.

    It is hard to look at these 2 month old logs and we don't know what you have been doing during these 2 months period. For example, earlier you have Flight Simulator installed and this app crashed quite a few times. Another application installed in D drive called D:\Dirt 3\dirt3.exe etc... and we don't know if you still have those installed in your machine.

    What I would suggest to you is to start from fresh by:


    1. Run->Cleanmgr and delete all the dump files.
    2. Download Alternative to standard event viewer of Windows, run it and from File->Clear Event Logs and clear all events
    3. Do not install/uninstall any applications except for Windows Updates.
    4. Keep using your PC as usual until BSOD happens again.

    Until BSOD happens, run MyEventViewer and take a look at Options and Logs where you can filter the Event Type, We probably interest in the Error/Warning Event Type report. You can produce a nicely layout report in text or in HTML format

    EDIT: What JohnOfE recommended also works or you could high lite the Application log and create a custom filter but I rather use MyEventViewer freeware. It produces better layout report.
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  6. #6


    Posts : 148
    Windows 8.1 Pro


    Quote Originally Posted by topgundcp View Post
    Your event logs (Application & System) contain logs between 11-28-2012 & 1-23-2013. A lot of those entries are old and mostly Information. It is hard to go thru the list and look at each and every event.

    Usasma is one of the best at doing BSOD analyze in this forum and he must have a reason to recommend you to post these in general forum.

    It is hard to look at these 2 month old logs and we don't know what you have been doing during these 2 months period. For example, earlier you have Flight Simulator installed and this app crashed quite a few times. Another application installed in D drive called D:\Dirt 3\dirt3.exe etc... and we don't know if you still have those installed in your machine.

    What I would suggest to you is to start from fresh by:


    1. Run->Cleanmgr and delete all the dump files.
    2. Download Alternative to standard event viewer of Windows, run it and from File->Clear Event Logs and clear all events
    3. Do not install/uninstall any applications except for Windows Updates.
    4. Keep using your PC as usual until BSOD happens again.

    Until BSOD happens, run MyEventViewer and take a look at Options and Logs where you can filter the Event Type, We probably interest in the Error/Warning Event Type report. You can produce a nicely layout report in text or in HTML format

    EDIT: What JohnOfE recommended also works or you could high lite the Application log and create a custom filter but I rather use MyEventViewer freeware. It produces better layout report.
    Hi,

    I have done as you suggest and cleared all the event logs so we can start afresh. I reinstalled Windows 8 Pro on Friday 25th 2012 and formatted the drive during the installation so I am not sure why event logs are still being logged back until 28 11 12?

    I am not experiencing BSOD's but instead lots of freezing on the system.

    Edit- I have also up loaded the Admin event logs as its in here where the majority of the errors are appearing.
    Lots of errors in event viewer Attached Files
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  7. #7


    San Jose - California
    Posts : 2,847
    8.1x64PWMC Ubuntu14.04x64 MintMate17x64


    Your event log in admin.zip contains all errors that were about Ready Boost and your SSD might not be compatible with this feature.
    However, there is an article from Microsoft Error: "Session "ReadyBoot" stopped due to the following error: 0xC0000188" in Windows 7 you might want to look at, it is for Windows 7 but would be the same for Windows 8, You had the same event ID and the same error code in the event log.

    If a service called "Superfetch" is running, disable it to see if the error is eliminated. I have Superfetch running in my system but I have different SSD brand. A lot of debate about Superfetch, some say you should disable it when using SSD, others say otherwise.
    Google about Superfetch if you are interest to find out more.
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  8. #8


    I am not experiencing BSOD's but instead lots of freezing on the system.

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    I'm having the feeling that your problem may be coming from the hardware.

    Have you checked all systems requirements to run Win 8 Pro ?

    Win 8 is a Giga Bit hog with all of the tiles and apps. The 64 bit takes twice the GB that the 32 bit does.

    64 bit will run 32 bit but 32 bit won't run 64 bit. I've found things that don't run until I upgrade.

    I bought a new HP 20 All in One desk top last month with factory installed Win 8 and I'm not having any of your problems !

    I fear too that if you did a clean re-install of Win 8 there won't be much left on your computer now.

    Windows has an evaluation program to ascertain if your system requirements are adequate. I ran it on an older HP Slimline desk top and not only did it flunk, it completely messed up my local area network.

    You may want to ascertain if more RAM will help.
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  9. #9


    Posts : 148
    Windows 8.1 Pro


    Hiya,

    Thanks for your response,

    I have disabled SuperFetch to see if this helps in stopping the error. I have also attached the latest errors that are showing in My Event Viewer in a TXT file.
    Lots of errors in event viewer Attached Files
    Last edited by wizkid; 16 Feb 2013 at 12:37.
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  10. #10


    San Jose - California
    Posts : 2,847
    8.1x64PWMC Ubuntu14.04x64 MintMate17x64


    Quote Originally Posted by wizkid View Post
    Hiya,

    Thanks for your response,

    I have disabled SuperFetch to see if this helps in stopping the error. I have also attached the latest errors that are showing in My Event Viewer in a TXT file.
    This text file did not show any more errors, just warning and it's OK. For example, if you look at the record Number 2279, you probable had a Sandisk Cruzer plugged in and Windows tries to open it and fails, that would point out there might be something is wrong with your Sandisk Cruzor. Warning is acceptable, Error is not.

    Please report back if the problem with readyboot is gone so we can help others with the same problem.

    BTW, The report is a lot cleaner to read. isn't it ?
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