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How to remove errors from computer?

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How do you remove administrative event errors from windows 7 computer?

Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Computer
Expert:  Viet - Computer Tech replied 5 years ago.

Viet - Computer Tech:

Thanks for using JustAnswer.com.

Viet - Computer Tech:

Please click on Start and type Event Viewer and press Enter.

Viet - Computer Tech:

Then open expand the following:
Applications and Services Logs -> Microsoft -> Windows -> Kernal-EventTracking -> Admin, then right-click on Admin and click on Clear log.

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

I do not see start or event viewer

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

I see Kernal, event tracing, no tracking

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

I still don't see admin

Viet - Computer Tech:

Did you open/expand Kernal-EventTracking?

Viet - Computer Tech:

See on the left column of the image below:

Full Size Image

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

Kernal-eventtracing

Viet - Computer Tech:

Click on the image

Viet - Computer Tech:

Yes, double-click on Kernal-eventtracing, and then you will see Admin under it.

Viet - Computer Tech:

Did you see it?

Viet - Computer Tech:

If there is still any issue, please see

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/25480-event-viewer-one-click-clear.html?ltr=E

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- : I still have the errors

Viet - Computer Tech:

Double-click on Kernal-eventtracing, and then you will see Admin under it. Then right-click on Admin and click on Clear log and confirm.

Viet - Computer Tech:

And/or you can open Windows Logs in Event Viewer and right-click on each items under it and click on Clear log. And if it will clear the administrative event errors.

Viet - Computer Tech:

If there is still any issue, please see

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/25480-event-viewer-one-click-clear.html?ltr=E

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

I did that, I still have the errors

Viet - Computer Tech:

Did it clear, but the errors come back?

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

I still have the errors

Viet - Computer Tech:

Can you try another suggestion at:

http://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/25480-event-viewer-one-click-clear.html?ltr=E?

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

I tried the windows7 software already

Viet - Computer Tech:

What happens when you Clear the log, did it say successful?

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

No, the errors are still there

Viet - Computer Tech:

What did it say when you click on Clear log?

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

It cleared the log, but when I went back to administrative events, the errors were still there

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

Ok, guide me through it again

Viet - Computer Tech:

What if you open Windows Logs in Event Viewer and right-click on each item under it and click on Clear log. And then check if it will clear the administrative event errors?

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

Under windows log, they are gone, but they are still under administrative event folder

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

Should I restart the computer?

Viet - Computer Tech:

OK, you can restart.

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

Ok, restarting

JACUSTOMER-4apkepzh- :

I still have the errors

Expert:  Magic C. replied 5 years ago.

Thanks for asking your question on JustAnswer!

Are you trying to delete old ones, or trying to prevent new ones from showing up?

Also, what exactly are the administrative event errors that you are seeing? It should give you the source of those errors in the Source column.

Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Relist: Inaccurate answer.
I still got the crash dump on my computer

Expert:  Molinari replied 5 years ago.
Are you getting blue screens?
Customer: replied 5 years ago.

Yes, getting blue screens and a crash dump

Expert:  Molinari replied 5 years ago.

Ok, download and run this so you can narrow it down to a few causes, go to the bottom where it says

"Download the Blue Screen View with full install/uninstall support "

http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html

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