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Check For Boot Errors And Track Shutdown Times
Click Start Menu and search for the word ‘Event’ and then click the Event Viewer, which should be the first option that appears at the top. The feature you are now accessing lets you see almost every event that has occurred in the past on your PC.
The screen that appears is confusing at first, especially since many of the options will not have been populated. But once you get used to how it works, you will be able to navigate it with ease. Go to the left-hand panel.
In the left panel, navigate to ‘Applications and Services Logs’, then Microsoft --> Windows ---> Diagnostics-Performance and expand it to bring up Operational. Double-click this and the main window will populate immediately.
Click on Filter Current Log on the right and input ‘100’ in place of ‘All Event IDs’. 100 is used to show boot events, 200 for shutdown events and 300 for events during standby. The results you get can highlight potential problems.
Click any event and you’ll see a timing in the bottom screen, which is shown in milliseconds. For example, if you see 331220ms, this would need to be divided by 1,000 to see the time in seconds. In this case, it’s a long 331 seconds.
If a boot-up or shutdown event appears to be too long, view more info about the event by clicking Details in the bottom box. You may also see an icon warning next to an event at the top to alert you to a possible problem.
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