Tons of event viewer errors, warnings and criticals!


  1. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 64-Bit
       #1

    Tons of event viewer errors, warnings and criticals!


    Hey guys I'm new to Windows 10 and Event viewer and I am unable to understand what it is saying, this used to happen to my Windows 8.1 and I thought that after upgrading to 10 this might stop but here it is again! Please take a look at the pictures attached for better closure. I would appreciate all input and thanks for your time!
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  2. Posts : 471
    Windows 10 Pro
       #2

    Have you actually got troubles with the pc? If not don't you worry about so called critical errors listed in the event viewer. What MS understands as critical error should not be confused with what common sense would understand under that term, the MS definition of a critical error is much broader. Generally if there is no actual problem with the pc it's not worth bothering since I have not seen a single Windows pc that does not show a critical error here and there in the event viewer. The event viewer is a nice tool to troubleshoot but only for that. Checking it without actually having troubles with that specific pc is like running to a doctor and make him conduct countless test only because you might someday get some sort of cancer. If the pc is doing fine don't spoil that positive experience by looking for troubles where there are none. :)
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  3. Posts : 2
    Windows 10 64-Bit
    Thread Starter
       #3

    altae said:
    Have you actually got troubles with the pc? If not don't you worry about so called critical errors listed in the event viewer. What MS understands as critical error should not be confused with what common sense would understand under that term, the MS definition of a critical error is much broader. Generally if there is no actual problem with the pc it's not worth bothering since I have not seen a single Windows pc that does not show a critical error here and there in the event viewer. The event viewer is a nice tool to troubleshoot but only for that. Checking it without actually having troubles with that specific pc is like running to a doctor and make him conduct countless test only because you might someday get some sort of cancer. If the pc is doing fine don't spoil that positive experience by looking for troubles where there are none. :)
    It does freeze for a second or 2 once in a while or take longer to open a file or folder which bothers me a lot because I bought a new PC to have an optimal one. I bought a new hard drive a month ago because the old one was damaged and was slowing my system immensely I didn't re-install windows I used a software to copy the windows from the old HD to the new one, do you think
    that something might have gone wrong with the moving of the OS? and do you think a complete proper re-installation of the OS would fix this? Thanks a lot!
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  4. Posts : 471
    Windows 10 Pro
       #4

    In that case make sure that you know the exact date and time when the freezes occur. As soon as you know the exact time and date you can check the event viewer for entries that more or less match that time. Generally only errors are interesting. The event viewer comes with several possiblities to filter and or sort the entries so it is easier to read. For example you can generate a custom view which is filtered so it only shows todays events and only critical and other errors. Just play around with it a bit.
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