Windows 10: NT Kernal Logger errors in Event Log
NT Kernal Logger errors in Event Log
I'm getting the following error events when I boot my PC.
I'm using a Windows 10.0.10586, it was a fresh install on a new SSD on a Factory built PC that originally had Windows 7 on it. The fresh install is about 5 months old.
Session "NT Kernel Logger" stopped due to the following error: 0xC0000188
The maximum file size for session "NT Kernel Logger" has been reached. As a result, events might be lost (not logged) to file "C:\ProgramData\Intel\SUR\WILLAMETTE\IntelData\temp\2016_07_17__16_24_06_boot.etl". The maximum files size is currently set to 104857600 bytes.
I've tweaked some of the logging on request of other people on this forum due to another issue that I'm having and may simply have set something incorrectly. As these messages only started appearing recently.
I searched and saw where this could be related to restore, so I went and created a checkpoint on system restore and went back into event viewer and there was the same error at the same time I did the creating a checkpoint. Here's the error:
For the last month, my computer has been getting the Kernal power problems, and I thought I'd go open my computer to clean it out (I admit, was two months since I last did a full clean out) and I've unplugged and replugged all connectors and cables...
I keep seeing this error appear several times a day, even during idle, in my Event Viewer. I did a clean install of build 10586 less than a month ago. I'm not having any overt issues yet, but the error is disturbing.
EDIT: ARGH, sorry, meant to post this in General Discussion forum, I have no idea if it is a network issue.
I keep seeing this error appear several times a day, even during idle, in my Event Viewer. I did a clean install of...
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