Windows 10: Hiding an event viewer log provider without a GUID: BTHUSB

Discus and support Hiding an event viewer log provider without a GUID: BTHUSB in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; I'm getting annoying id 28 bluetooth warnings about lack of LE support, but my dongle works fine. It's not an error per se, just a nuisance. I... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by oh microsoft, Dec 25, 2018.

  1. Hiding an event viewer log provider without a GUID: BTHUSB


    I'm getting annoying id 28 bluetooth warnings about lack of LE support, but my dongle works fine. It's not an error per se, just a nuisance. I already've managed to hide the infamous otherwise un-killable Windows Hello warning in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\WMI\Autologger but can't figure out how to do it when the log provider has no GUID! Any ideas?

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    oh microsoft, Dec 25, 2018
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  2. Hiding an event viewer log provider without a GUID: BTHUSB


    So I'm getting these annoying id 28 bluetooth warnings about lack of LE support, but I don't care about LE and my dongle works just fine! It's not an error per se, just a nuisance. I already've managed to hide the infamous unkillable Windows Hello warning in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\WMI\Autologger but can't figure out how to do it when the log provider had no GUID! Any ideas?

    Hiding an event viewer log provider without a GUID: BTHUSB [​IMG]
     
    oh microsoft, Dec 25, 2018
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  3. Jose Est Win User
    Hide specific Event Viewer error

    Hi,

    Somehow, we changed the User Interface of Windows 10. We set Windows 10 not to hide a specific error in the Event Log. This is done in order to prevent incorrect logging of important errors.

    For now, kindly disregard the normal errors which appears in the Event Viewer.

    Also, if you have a suggestion regarding the log on the Event Viewer, we encourage sending it to the Feedback hub. To do so, kindly follow these steps:

    1. On a Windows 10 device, search for “Feedback Hub” in Cortana search, then launch the app.

    2. Navigate to Feedback in the left menu, then press + Add new feedback.

    3. Select the Problem, and share any details you think are relevant, and choose an appropriate category and subcategory.

    4. Important: If possible, reproduce the problem(s) after clicking Begin monitoring (or Start capture) near the end of the form; Stop monitoring when you’re done.

    5. Once you’ve completed the form and monitoring, click Submit.

    6. Click Continue using Feedback Hub.

    7. Click My feedback at the top, then find the item you submitted (it may take a while to appear).

    8. Open the item you submitted, then click Share.

    9. Click Copy link, then paste the link here in your response (it will look like <https://aka.ms/ link>)

    If you have more concerns, feel free to post.

    Regards.
     
    Jose Est, Dec 25, 2018
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  4. Hiding an event viewer log provider without a GUID: BTHUSB

    Help to get Event ID 15 - ACPI to stop logging in Event Viewer


    Not sure if this is the right section, if not please move to the correct one.

    Under the details tab in Event Viewer when a logged event has a GUID that shows up in the registry under HKEYLM > System > CurrentControlSet>Control>WM>Autologger>EventLog-XX I know how to disable the event from logging, but Event ID 15 - ACPI does not have a GUID.

    Does any one know how I can get this to stop logging? From what I have seen on the web only a fix to the motherboard BIOS would fix it and I doubt that this is high on Asus' list of BIOS fixes for the R6E. Everything I have read on the web says that this is meaningless and in the General tab it basically says to ignore it so I would like to get this to stop logging in Event Viewer.


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    idahosurge, Dec 25, 2018
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