Windows 10: Numerous "Administrative Events" Errors after upgrade

Discus and support Numerous "Administrative Events" Errors after upgrade in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; I finished upgrading to Windows 10 today. I looked at various features for a while. Then I Looked at the Event Viewer--Administrative Events. The... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by oneputtnine, Nov 20, 2015.

  1. Numerous "Administrative Events" Errors after upgrade


    I finished upgrading to Windows 10 today. I looked at various features for a while. Then I Looked at the Event Viewer--Administrative Events. The following errors were logged:
    Event ID = 513, 24583, 8229, 1, 3041, 17207, 3041, 17204, 131, 69, 131, 1002, 5973, 69, 10016 plus others. Most of the errors were logged multiple times. I tried the "Event Log Online Help" provided by Microsoft web page but they were of no help. Most of these errors were present on Windows 7 Pro from which I upgraded so they are not unique to Windows 10. I was hoping they would go away with the upgrade. Anyone have any idea what is happening here and how to fix them? at least some of them?

    :)
     
    oneputtnine, Nov 20, 2015
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    PLEASE UPGRADE NOKIA X2 TO " SYMBIAN OS " EDITION ...
     
    Battōsai, Nov 20, 2015
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    Numerous "Administrative Events" Errors after upgrade

    You would have to analyse them individually but your best bet is to ignore them unless you have a problem.

    You could search the forum. For your first one just typing 513 in the forum search gives this MACRIUM REFLECT - Event ID: 513 Source: - Windows 10 Forums as the top hit along with a fix.

    Like you say, most are not new (this one isn't - I had it on 8 and perhaps 7 I can't remember) but mostly event logs help analyzing a problem. If you are analyzing the event log for its own sake you may find the only error is that things are written there incorrectly or with the wrong severity.
     
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