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 Does a defrag show up on the event viewer?

Answer When a defragmentation routine is run on a hard drive in Windows, it does not appear in the event viewer. However, in Windows XP and later, the "EventCreate" command can be used to create a custom ... Read More »
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How do I access the XP event viewer?

Opening the Event Viewer Utility Using the Default Start MenuClick the "Start" button. Select "Control Panel." Click the "Performance and Maintenance" link. Click the "Administrative Tools" link. D... Read More »
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How do I remove entry in Event Viewer?

Remove Entry Through the RegistryLaunch the Windows Registry Editor utility by clicking on "Start," "Run" and typing "REGEDIT.EXE" in the dialog box. Access the next directory: "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE"... Read More »
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How to Copy Event Viewer Logs?

The Event Log Service stores important events that occur on your computer, such as when a program crashes or when you boot up. Windows creates separate logs to track application, system, security a... Read More »
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Where is Windows 7 event viewer?

You can open the Windows 7 event viewer by clicking on the "start" menu and then clicking on the following menu options: "control panel" and "administrative tools;" then double-click on the "event ... Read More »
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