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Win7 event log error & warnings


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Get event log error ID 100 and warnings 200,201,202,203

What,if anything, should I do about this?

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Bob
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The main question is:
Do you have any problems with your computer?
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A little slow but nothing major so far. Just did not know what to make of the exclamation point on the shut down button- e.g.,does it mean future disaster may occur.

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If you don't have any computer problem, don't travel to event viewer unless you want to end up in psychiatric ward :)
Seriously, no reason to go there.

I've never seen exclamation point on shut down button. Any screenshot?
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Can't get shot with snip tool after I click on Start.
Located on left side of Shut down button. Assume it simply indicates warnings in event viewer.

Thanks again for your kind concern.

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I'm not sure, what to tell you since I've never seen/heard of one like that.
Does it say anything, if you hover over it?
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The exclamation point is now gone after installing Microsoft Office. Apparently related to Windows update repeatedly failing to update a security patch for powerpoint, which was not installed on my computer at that time. The patch then installed successfully.
Also installed Firefox which probably had no effect.
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Aha...good :)
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