Windows 10: Event ID 1 warning & Event ID 2 error

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  1.    22 Oct 2017 #11

    eddward said: View Post
    Well you can try to increase size of the file or disable logging for this.
    Click Start - write perfmon - enter - on the left tree click on Data Collector Sets - Startup Event Trace Sessions - find DefenderApiLogger. Right click and properties. On the Stop Condition tab you have Maximum size, so you can increase it.
    Or on the Trace Session tab you have checkbox Enabled to disable it.
    Thanks! @eddward
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  2.    25 Oct 2017 #12

    Found a solution which doesn't require disabling logging.
    ● Start PerfmonData Collector SetsStartup Event Trace Session → right click Defender API Logger → Properties
    ● In the Trace Session tab change Stream Mode to File and Real Time
    ● Select the File tab → under Log Mode tick Circular
    Finally click ok.
    This solved the issue for me.
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  3.    25 Oct 2017 #13

    PacTr said: View Post
    Found a solution which doesn't require disabling logging.
    ● Start PerfmonData Collector SetsStartup Event Trace Session → right click Defender API Logger → Properties
    ● In the Trace Session tab change Stream Mode to File and Real Time
    ● Select the File tab → under Log Mode tick Circular
    Finally click ok.
    This solved the issue for me.
    I'll try your solution Thanks!
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  4.    08 Nov 2017 #14

    PacTr said: View Post
    Found a solution which doesn't require disabling logging.
    ● Start PerfmonData Collector SetsStartup Event Trace Session → right click Defender API Logger → Properties
    ● In the Trace Session tab change Stream Mode to File and Real Time
    ● Select the File tab → under Log Mode tick Circular
    Finally click ok.
    This solved the issue for me.
    I reverted back to default settings a week ago and haven't gotten any ID 1 warnings.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  5.    19 Nov 2017 #15

    p83 said: View Post
    I reverted back to default settings a week ago and haven't gotten any ID 1 warnings.
    How did you reverted to default settings in perfmon? i dont find the option when i look at the properties of defenderapilogger

    also did the solution by PacTr work?
    thanks!
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  6.    19 Nov 2017 #16

    p83 said: View Post
    I'll try your solution Thanks!
    Well...did it work or not?
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 
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