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    Warning and Error event for Kernel

    So after updating per Susan's recent list and after chasing some other issues with the Event Viewer; this morning I got a warning and an error; both are for the Kernel. Looking at the past entries this has never been logged until today.

    Warning - Event ID 4 says that ReadyBoot file size has been reached basically
    Error - Event ID 3 says that ReadyBoot has stopped

    Is this a good fix that Davyc wrote?
    http://www.ocztechnologyforum.com/fo...p/t-61274.html

    I do use an SSD, just not a Vertex one.
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    ReadyBoot is supposed to be disabled automatically if an SSD is detected. What happens if you re-boot again?

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    The log shows it happening twice yesterday; once in the morning and then once in the later morning, but today nothing.

    Update:
    I did a sort by event ID and it appears that this just did not happen so my bad for not getting the details. This event ID with the same error has happened sporadically this year; but I looked at each entry and this started on 12-19-2012 on my system. So I checked my other systems and they too are sporadic, but do not start with the same date. Two started in Dec-2012, two on Nov-2012, one in May-2013 and one on Oct-2012

    Now Joe you are on to something about the SSD

    So I followed the link instructions and where that takes you and it shows that ReadyBoot is Enabled on all my systems except one; the one in RAID (physically has 2 SSD's in RAID) which this system only logged this event once in Oct-2012. No other entries since that date.

    That system has Crucial M4's, but all my other systems have single SSD's in them from various manufacturers; mine is Crucial M4. The laptop I just bought back in March also has the error starting in May of this year. But all say "Enabled"

    So is disabling this as easy as what the link states or is there a better way to disable ReadyBoot?
    Last edited by swatbat2142; 2013-09-14 at 08:32. Reason: Updated
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    The first thing I'd do is make sure that the BIOS is up-to-date on all the PCs and then that the firmarware on all the SSDs is up-to-date.

    Have you tried increasing the maximum size of the Readyboot log file - "C:\Windows\Prefetch\ReadyBoot\ReadyBoot.etl"? See Windows 7 - ReadyBOOT.

    Joe

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    Yes, BIOS's and firmwares on all SSD's are at their latest.

    But I did what the link said and since then the error has gone away; along with a few more. I had a crashing window while playing certain games. Played 8.3 hours without it ever happening. Never has done that so the fix so far has improved things for me.

    Thank you
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