What is this Event ID 10 error?

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Phoenix, Oct 25, 2014.

  1. Phoenix

    Phoenix MDL Expert

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    I noticed in Event Viewer I have a lot of Event ID with this message:

    What is this and how to get rid of it?

    Would this have anything to do with the fact that my laptop is overclocked from 3.8 GHz. to 4 GHz.?
     
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  2. Phoenix

    Phoenix MDL Expert

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    Update, even without overclocking, and on another fresh Windows 7 Installation, that error is back, I don't know what else to do. I didn't even do any system tweaks.
     
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  3. EFA11

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    is your heatsink to the CPU full of dust? could possibly be overheating. Keep an eye on your temperatures.
     
  4. Phoenix

    Phoenix MDL Expert

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    temperatures average 75 to 85 and this laptop I am using is only 3 months old
     
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  5. zahnoo

    zahnoo MDL Senior Member

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    Temps in C or F?
     
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  6. Leslie_Coffelt

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    I don't understand the line "Processor ID: 0". Does it mean the CPU can't be identified? Any possibility the OP got stuck with a counterfeit CPU?
     
  7. Phoenix

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    Celsius :stupid:
     
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  8. Phoenix

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    Counterfeit CPU? No man this is a brand new Alienware 18 laptop that I bought.
     
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  9. EFA11

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    possibly reset your bios, it will reset more than what you can adjust. That might take care of your heat by resetting the fan and thermals. Either that or contact Alien ware and ask them about the thermal conditions. If those are the temps at idle, I would think a tad on the warm side personally. Although 100c is not out of the ordinary on some laptops at full load.