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Windows 7: Event viewer

20 May 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (6.1, Build 7600)
Event viewer

Hi guys new to this forum, just had a question I have been looking at my event viewer recently & warnings have popped up like the one below:

Notice it shows a link to a website that my network supposedly tries to load but this is what confuses me because I havent visited such a website, ever. Does anyone have any insight as to what may be happening here?

Thanks, Chris.

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20 May 2010   #2


The original web pages tells about windows tips and tricks. but when googled, gave me options like it is a web hosting company too. May be, some site you tried to access is hosted by them and your DNS server was not able to resolve its name.
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20 May 2010   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit (6.1, Build 7600)

"Name resolution for the name - timed out after none of the configured DNS servers responded."

That was another one, but I have no history at all with this website, & no reason to even visit it. Thanks for the response

EDIT: Not sure if I can post links to a website so heres a screenshot instead:

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20 May 2010   #4


When posting a reply, you can Go Advanced and attach the screenshots. This way, it is not needed to host to a third party website.

When you access a website, not only that website is loaded or accessed.

Like, you open Google and search for a keyword. The results page has many ads in it, which is not from google server. So, your computer talks to the website who has hosted their ads. When it doesnt connect, the error shows up like tht.
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20 May 2010   #5

Dual boot XP Pro SP3x86 and Win7 Pro x64

Regardless of the status of the event (OK, warning, danger) right-click the event and select PROPERTIES. Read the blurb in the dialog box and then click the blue-highlighted link; a blank Windows HELP AND SUPPORT window will open. Wait, a few seconds or minute or so depending on your connection speed, and the window will populate with data about the event.

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