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event id for system shut down in 8.1

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    Windows 8 Pro

    event id for system shut down in 8.1


    Does anybody know event id to look for to determine when the system was shut down? I know it's 6006 in Windows 7 that specifies when event log stoped, I don't know if it's the same for Windows 8.1, since I can't see any ID 6006 in my Event viewer.

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  2. #2


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    Windows 8.0 x64


    I am not familiar with the IDs but according to this page 6005 is for start and 6009 if for finish. Unless they have a typo?

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event id for system shut down in 8.1
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