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Warning.EventLogSys, Ésystem veting
All the activity of Windows apps and systems are recorded in a particular log book. This is the event observer that allows system administrators to check how well their station is operating.
You can check the application errors, system crashes, the failure of dynamic resources and device drivers.
Everything is listed as an event tutorial, more commonly known as "Event ID"
These are precisely events that ZHPDiag strives to list both in terms of application and the system. The research is only about errors (Errors) and alerts (Warnings).
Identical events are grouped on a single line that specifies their frequency. If the frequency is high, The administrator must make a decision and help out quickly.
ZHPDiag can specify a method that can fix errors and alerts. This is done through a " Suggestion that appears at the end of the event.
When there is an alert on an app, ZHPDiag's balance sheet interface displays a detection called " Warning.EventLogSys« .
System.Warning: disk (12)
Date: 07/25/2020 09:59:13 AM
Description: Disc identifiers %2 are identical to those of at least one other drive in the system.
System.Warning: Microsoft-Windows-DNS-Client (18)
Date: 07/25/2020 09:32:56 AM
Description: The resolution of the name %1 expired when none of the configured DNS servers responded.
System.Warning: Microsoft-Windows-Time-Service (11)
Date: 07/23/2020 07:52:49 AM
Description: NtpClient could not set a usable manual counterpart as a time source due to a DNS resolution error on '%3'.
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