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is there something i need to worry about

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    Windows 8 Pro x64 With Media Center/Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x86 >>Dual Boot<<

    is there something i need to worry about


    Hi in Event Viewer lots of Errors & Warnings showing.these are in Windows 7..plz tell me is there something i need to worry about ? i ran event viewer cleaner 4-5 times that is Win7 Viewer in windows seven forums.but after some time event viewer again fill with errors & warnings.My Event Viewer log >>
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    You should really post this in the Windows 7 forum here General Discussion - Windows 7 Help Forums rather than a Windows 8 forum. Just a suggestion, up to you.
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    Ok but i thought people here may help..but i need to register on windows 7 forum ?
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    You don't have to, just a suggestion. Makes sense to me to post to a forum that is dedicated to the OS.

    Most of the folks here still run Win 7 or moved to Win 8 from Win 7 so you'll probably get good ideas here too.
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    All I see is a bunch of warnings that are irrelevant. You seem to have a SSD because the boot and shutdown times (events 100 and 200) are short. There is no real problems and nothing to worry about.
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    Haha thanks whs i don't have a ssd,i have hdd as u can see in my signature below.anyway thanks for reply +1 Edit-are u sure there is no problem ? I have very liitle errors & warnings because i ran win7viewer many times
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    At list on your file I do not see anything unusual. It is unfortunate that MS flags events like Boot or Shutdown as 'Warning'. Those are just statistics of various events.

    And your HDD boots really fast - especially with Windows 7 which is slower than Windows 8.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whs View Post
    At list on your file I do not see anything unusual. It is unfortunate that MS flags events like Boot or Shutdown as 'Warning'. Those are just statistics of various events.

    And your HDD boots really fast - especially with Windows 7 which is slower than Windows 8.
    No,i get better performance on windows 7 than windows 8
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    Windows 8 Pro x64 With Media Center/Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x86 >>Dual Boot<<


    sir 1 more question i can't turn off my wireless adapter in windows 7 hotkeys Fn+F2 it only turn off bluetooth but not wireless.
    it says wireless lan off though
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    Germany/Florida
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    Vista and Win7


    Why would you want to turn off your wireless adaptor? You can probably turn it off in the tasktray > Safely remove hardware.

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