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Warning in Event Viewer (XP Home)

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by JohnO28356, Feb 16, 2003.

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  1. JohnO28356

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    Have been gettin a warning triangle recently in Event Viewer, but no noticeable problem with the computer. It references Event ID 57. The explanation is: The system failed to flush data to the transaction log. I sure don't know what this means, or what effect it it could have. Will somebody help me out? Closest I can come to an answer is my buddies little grandson--he doesn't flush either. Thanks for an explanation. BTW, is there a listing anywhere for these Event ID NR's? Thanks.
     
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    Well, good question. There will always be errors that happen all the time that you are unaware of in the event viewer. If its not noticable, I wouldnt worry about it. I get errors all the time about various abstract things that I have no idea what its talking about. I've learned just to ignore it as it seems to have absolutely no affect on anything at all as far as the operation of my computer goes. Hope this helps to set you at ease. :)



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    Well, thanks for the responses. I can't say that the reference made any more sense than the error I'm getting, so I think I will just forget about it. It jumped out at me because I never get any errors or warnings. Oh well, this install is almost a week old, so I guess it's to be expected, huh. Thanks again.
     
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