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Windows 7: No logs populating event viewer in diagnostic area

19 Apr 2012   #1

Windows 7 Pro x64
 
 
No logs populating event viewer in diagnostic area

Hey guys this is my first post

I'm trying to optimize my boot time and I see there is a log area used to see the boot time. So I created a custom view in event viewer filtering: Application and services logs --> microsoft --> windows --> diagnostics - performance --> operational. I used the event ID 100 which I believe is the ID for recording boot performance.

When I first looked in there I did have logs from 2/9/12 however I deleted them and now when I restart they no longer populate my custom view nor the normal view in eventviewer. So we know they were working at some point.

Just to clear things up I do have an altered slim down version of win 7 installed however it seems like the logs have worked before. Also I did a a lot of SSD optimizing so there is a chance I turned off certain logging however I backtracked my steps and I did not find where I would have disabled these logs.

Any help would be great! Thanks a ton guys!


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