Windows 10: Event Viewer - Clear All Event Logs in Windows
Nope..... same result in Safe Mode too!
Thanks Brink, For years I used to do this manually and it always was a chore. This made my day!!
It's basically saying that it cannot clear the "Application and Services Logs\Microsoft\RMS\MSIPC\Debug" log in Event Viewer while it's in use.
Personally, it's nothing to worry about though.
You're most welcome AnEdge. I'm glad it could help.
I would like to save each log's contents before delete. Possible?
It may have even been here somewhere I started on this thread back in the Windows 7 Forums I think .
Most seem to be the same commands and most do clean them all but I would love to have a copy of the contents before it is gone forever if possible.
You can select a "Windows Log" in the left pane, then select "Save all events as" in the right pane to save them.
You are always right on the money !
I cannot believe i read every post looking for that option to be added to all those that dumped them all.
On systems that have been in use by others that I have to reload from scratch for a new employee, i want to save everything from the previous users history that I can but would rather the next user started out with zero entries.
Helps me know later if it is the machine or "human" when the errors show up
You're most welcome.
may i know where does w10 store all the event logs ?
is there a folder?
i found this fix SharePoint Administration: The Open Procedure for service "BITS" in DLL "C:\Windows\System32\bitsperf.dll" failed
maybe could be usefull for someone
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The event logs are stored in the folder below.
I continue to get this event in the Event Log under Audit Failure. I never had in Windows 8.1 and it started after upgrading to 10.
Does anyone have a clue about it?
Security ID: SYSTEM
managed to install windows 10 and everything seems to be working great. I looked in event viewer and I'm getting loads of errors, the same over and over.
one is that keeps coming up is kernel-power event id 137
How can I construct a .bat file to clear entries in the event viewer. Thanks
I just clean installed my windows, and have not made any changes as to what would cause these errors.... but in event viewer, since install on the 29th, i have 800 errors and warnings. ive noticed on my other PC that i just installed 10 on...
I'm getting certain repeating errors in Event Viewer when I reboot my new Win Pro 64-bit (after yesterday's upgrade from Win 8.1 Pro 64-bit). Please see the details and post your thoughts here: