Doesn't starting Windows in 'Safe Mode' work on machines these days? Top Best Answer 3 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... It is not safe or sensible practice. MarcMalik replied Sep 8, 2011 Thanks a lot for the explanation/clarification Michael! this contact form
It is stopping & starting.Click to expand... Re: Unexpected Shutdown Of Guest - Legacy API Shutdown mittim12 Jun 15, 2011 8:29 AM (in response to GordonRankine) Is it possible that someone shutdown the guest through vCenter? Also, the type of operation is recorded: restart when a user or an application initiates a system restart, shutdown when the system is sent a shutdown request or power off when Show 6 replies 1.
Shutdown Event Tracker logs events that are similar to this one in the system event log". It's even in the EULA. I've had my computer on for 2 days straight and it hasn't turned off on me yet. I checked the event log and saw this:The process wininit.exe (127.0.0.1) has initiated the shutdown of computer
Two still had it installed, which scanned at 12AM on Sunday, and shut the servers down. If not I'd bet you're fighting a flaky PS. Start with the ones with red exclamation marks in the Administrative Events section Also it's worth running bluescreenview to see if there have been any error dumps created which might tell Windows Shutdown Event Id Its a bit disconcerting because it came up in my name but i made no such request.
No one has offered any possible explanations. Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Covered by US Patent. Users of shutdown.exe command can also specify a text to be recorded as comment.
To make this even more scary, the servers are located in two separate locations, 500 miles apart. Event Id 1074 Reason Code 0x800000ff Michael Meyers-Jouan replied Mar 16, 2011 John, I was quite surprised (given that this thread has been running for five years) by your comment that no one has offered any possible While they are all on UPSs, only a few are wired to communicate with the UPS. Log in Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma.
The Microsoft Office group is no longer active. All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices Event Id 1074 Legacy Api Shutdown glennalperinJun 19, 2014, 7:05 AM aVast is not the only software product experiencing this problem. Event Id 1074 Nt Authority System x 85 EventID.Net - Process: Lsass.exe - See ME897648, ME911185 and ME915335 for three hotfixes applicable to Microsoft Windows Server 2003.
So in my experience I would have to say the cause was avast (at least at some point after its DeepScreen feature has been utilized). weblink That will help him towards yet another Achievement. Cheers for the link. For this problem it should be especially easy since all the log entries will sudden stop at the time it went off. Event 1074 User32 Shutdown
Notquiteretired, Jan 27, 2015 #23 Fergieman Member Location: Northumberland Yes I did and it said something about Teamviewer shutting it down. The odd thing it's a restart that's been initiated and not a shutdown... The process c\program files (x85)teamviewer\TeamViewer_desktop.exe(User-PC) has initiated the restart of User-PC on behalf of user NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM for the following reason : Legacy API shutdown It hasn't shutdown since 21st Jan navigate here I'm specifically warning against that.
Isn't modern software wonderful? Event Id 1074 Reason Code 0x500ff The reason for this is because all other workstations are running W7 HP and can not join the domain. Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving...
I am sitting next to it now and the fan is running. It's even in the EULA. Michael S. his comment is here Fergieman, Jan 29, 2015 #32 Notquiteretired Member Location: West Lothian What time of day was it?
I'd start there... #2 drjones, Jan 9, 2014 drjones Expand Collapse Active Member Likes Received: 22 Also, you must ensure the UPS attached is a Smart UPS with PFC - gareth replied Sep 12, 2006 hi there, i have been experiencing this issue for the past couple of weeks. I had already configured all my users so all connected workstations didn't even notice the change. When I got back to the computer around 1:30pm 3/18, I found it was shutdown at 9:38am with the same exact event log entry you posted.
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The teamviewer one looks like remote support doing something. Did anyone ever figure this one out? For example: Vista Application Error 1001. Log In E-mail or User ID Password Keep me signed in Recover Password Create an Account Blogs Discussions CHOOSE A TOPIC Business Get the answer Moo ScreeMar 18, 2014, 8:13 PM I think it was caused by avast itself.
I'll be on site on Monday to do some hardware testing but until then I want to see if there is anything I can check remotely to try and determine the