Propellerhead tip – Analysing error messages

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Propellerhead tip of the day


If your Windows XP PC has started misbehaving it can be
difficult to know where to start looking. One of the first places the experts
go to is the log files maintained by Windows, which record unusual or abnormal
activity and error messages. The logs can be opened in the Event Viewer and
quite often the information stored there can help you to identify the source of
the trouble. It’s worth a look in any case as you may spot a potential problem
that until now Windows has managed to fix on its own. The easiest way to open
the Event Viewer is to type ‘eventvwr.msc’ (without the quotes) in Run on the
Start menu; double click the Applications and System logs and look out for any
red ‘X’ Error entries. Don’t forget there’s hundreds of great Tips and Tweaks for
you to try over on the BootLog website at www.rickmaybury.com 

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