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dpc latency high as hell

  1. #11


    idk what it is, got two of them today:S
    i get them in warning. i installed the chipset again and removed the sensor driver just to see

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  2. #12


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    I have no idea actually ,a bit to technical for me actually ,I know my way around a computer after it loads ,errors like your is when I head to Google search .
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  3. #13


    ive done so
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  4. #14


    Penn's Forest
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    Quote Originally Posted by froller2 View Post
    really? how can you get yourself to ignore them??
    i see something like The driver \Driver\WudfRd failed to load for the device SWD\SensorsAndLocationEnum\LPSensorSWDevice.
    and i get a panic attack
    How to avoid looking at the event logs.

    Spend two or three years working in computer operations reading application, system, user logs.

    After millions of pages (yes, you have to read them on fanned computer paper) and finding only 7 real fixable errors, you'll learn that the logs are a good tool, but you will put off reading them until you've tried everything else.... or you can get someone else to read them.

    They are logs, not alerts. There's one WMI 10 ERROR! that occurred every boot on Win7 SP1
    MS put out a fixit that said "Sorry... our fault... not an error... this will stop it"

    There are warnings - just warnings about system degradation - a situation that occurs on every machine. Windows takes note and then corrective action. But the event is written and it looks like "OMG system degradation... how do I fix it!" In most cases, there's nothing to do, in a few cases, you might have to change your system configuration so you don't have so many services or startups using resources. But ... in most cases Windows handles it.

    Reading logs and events is a skill - you have to learn what is important and what isn't. Until you develop the skill and confidence you're probably better off not ever looking there unless a technical person asks to see certain events.

    Win8 is great at maintenance - Vista started the trend and Win7 improved it (self healing, updating software and drivers). The thing is, with all of that, there are more logs written.

    You're not the only one who panics over the event logs. Lots of people do.

    Hope that helps a little bit.
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  5. #15


    Quote Originally Posted by Slartybart View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by froller2 View Post
    really? how can you get yourself to ignore them??
    i see something like The driver \Driver\WudfRd failed to load for the device SWD\SensorsAndLocationEnum\LPSensorSWDevice.
    and i get a panic attack
    How to avoid looking at the event logs.

    Spend two or three years working in computer operations reading application, system, user logs.

    After millions of pages (yes, you have to read them on fanned computer paper) and finding only 7 real fixable errors, you'll learn that the logs are a good tool, but you will put off reading them until you've tried everything else.... or you can get someone else to read them.

    They are logs, not alerts. There's one WMI 10 ERROR! that occurred every boot on Win7 SP1
    MS put out a fixit that said "Sorry... our fault... not an error... this will stop it"

    There are warnings - just warnings about system degradation - a situation that occurs on every machine. Windows takes note and then corrective action. But the event is written and it looks like "OMG system degradation... how do I fix it!" In most cases, there's nothing to do, in a few cases, you might have to change your system configuration so you don't have so many services or startups using resources. But ... in most cases Windows handles it.

    Reading logs and events is a skill - you have to learn what is important and what isn't. Until you develop the skill and confidence you're probably better off not ever looking there unless a technical person asks to see certain events.

    Win8 is great at maintenance - Vista started the trend and Win7 improved it (self healing, updating software and drivers). The thing is, with all of that, there are more logs written.

    You're not the only one who panics over the event logs. Lots of people do.

    Hope that helps a little bit.
    abit i guess...

    so erhm where do i read a million pages
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  6. #16


    Penn's Forest
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    any library?

    Oh ... you mean computer logs. I'm not sure anyone will let you read a million pages - unless they paid you to do that.
    Sounds like a good deal? No, it's more like punishment or torture.

    You just keep telling yourself, "Some day I'll own the place" and then you get another job.

    Bill
    .
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  7. #17


    Quote Originally Posted by Slartybart View Post
    any library?

    Oh ... you mean computer logs. I'm not sure anyone will let you read a million pages - unless they paid you to do that.
    Sounds like a good deal? No, it's more like punishment or torture.
    You just keep telling yourself, "Some day I'll own the place" and then you get another job.

    Bill
    .
    yea plus i'd have to remember it all
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  8. #18


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    all kinds of errors on my acer1 netbook, but I still sit here surfing the net ,listing to music via a soundblaster usb sound card ,so how important are all those errors
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    or recent one
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  10. #20


    i get the windows search one aswell, it actually bugged me so much that i ****ed around with regedit and changed things that shouldnt be changed, so i ended up reinstalling os
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