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Windows 7: Event 3 on boot: NT Kernel Log full, error 0xC000000D

13 Jul 2017   #31

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit sp1

I can't offer any help on an appropriate logging mode as I have never experienced this problem, but as it seems to working well I would just leave it as it is & not get too concerned about it.

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 Event 3 on boot: NT Kernel Log full, error 0xC000000D

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