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Event viewer XP

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by bgd73, Mar 16, 2008.

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    I have been trying to lighten my windows the way windows likes to be lightened. That is a funny oxymoron to anyone who abandoned this hog of an OS I know.
    I want to stop my event vewer logs from recording "server performance data". I do not run the server for the infamously retarded results it leads to since 1998.
    How do I tell the ever intelligent timer sucking event viewer setup what to monitor? I despise the retarded treatment by this event viewer. I am aware i turned my pc on. I am aware of alot of things the viewer makes so redundant I could punch my monitor in frustration.
    and for the last time..it DOES mess up my graphics encodings.
    I shut the whole thing off and I nearly hang waiting for my password screen. Turn it back on, the little hog is all content to monitor me like a kindergartner. I want to shut it off. Any advice for what configures the monitors would be great. I did have a program that allowed me to shut off and turn on what gets monitored...and can't remember what program did it.
    the problem is the real time aspect of it. I know it is there. I can't stand it. it is there at all times sucking away...
     
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