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    perfmon /report?

    Hi! Don't think I have much wrong. Any comments would be appreciated. My 7510 HP printer is working great and no yellow marks in devise manager. I don't know of any programs failing or not starting!
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    If everything that you normally use works, just ignore it Gary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by satrow View Post
    If everything that you normally use works, just ignore it Gary.
    Thanks satrow. Good advise! I'm always trying for perfection but some how I don't think I'll ever get there; but I keep trying.I can't imagine what would not be working. It's a good feature and I can see how it could help in the future! W10 rocks!!
    Thanks for your reply.

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    You might also look at System Information.

    In a Run box or Command Prompt, enter msinfo32

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    Abnormally terminated services are not unusual, they usually restart automatically. If you have repeated failure of the service then it may be an issue.
    Have you looked to see if the service is still running?

    cheers, Paul

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    Hi Guys! Thanks to everyone that replied to my thread. This is just some thing I'm doing to further my knowledge of W10. satrow said if it ain't broke don't fix it and that's probably the best advise. I Googled Root\Mutifuction code and all I found was users blaming Norton. Now that's funny. We all know about Norton, don't we! If you are bored and have suggestions, they will be appreciated, but this is no big deal. I cleared my event viewer. See if I get any clues there. One warning was about HP drivers. My printer is working good ,so can ignore that one.
    http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...c9?db=5&auth=1
    Thanks for your replies!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul T View Post
    Abnormally terminated services are not unusual, they usually restart automatically. If you have repeated failure of the service then it may be an issue.
    Have you looked to see if the service is still running?

    cheers, Paul
    Hi Paul! Not sure which service is not running. The report doesn't show which service to check?? Only Printer and it runs fine!
    Thanks for your reply!

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    Checked my start ups. Have very few(5)! Has anyone used Malwarebytes StartUpLITE.
    Not sure if that has any thing to do with my issue.
    https://www.malwarebytes.org/startuplite/

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    To find out which service has an error you need to run Event Viewer and look at the System log.

    cheers, Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul T View Post
    To find out which service has an error you need to run Event Viewer and look at the System log.

    cheers, Paul
    Thanks Paul! I have cleared my event viewer log and I will watch it. I will check the System Log every day.

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