Event Error

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by Quezacotl, Jan 24, 2003.

  1. Quezacotl

    Quezacotl Guest

    Hello all!

    I have a problem... I found my boot up to be quite slow, normally the load bar doesn't reach the end before I'm on my way into XP, however now it is taking 5, 6, 7 time before I continue loading.

    So I thought I'd check to see what I have starting up with XP... nothing ... which is good seeings how it's an almost fresh install

    So I thought why not check the Event Viewer.... lol well ... I have about 40 or 50 errors, occuring within seconds of each other all with the same heading and text it says

    source nv

    GR SW Notify Error on 0001 d3d05601 00000099 00000248 01000140 00000002

    well .. I was wondering if anyone knows how to fix this up?

    Thanks a bunch!

    - Quezacotl
  2. oDin

    oDin xp m0nk3y

    vancouver, bc
    go here and click 'search events'. its up at the top. enter in the stuff it asks you for and it will give you some info on the error message.

    after you have fixed the error :D. go here and set the serivces to whatever he says.

    next, while the services window is open. click 'startup type' untill 'manual' and 'disabled' are at the top of the list. now, click start >> run type 'msconfig' click the 'services' tab.

    make sure that every service that is set to 'manual' or 'disabled' does not have a check mark in the box next to it.

    this will speed up your boot.
  3. Quezacotl

    Quezacotl Guest


    Thanks for the reply!

    My services are already set to how he has them :D I found that site before

    But that other one eventid.net is new ... i hope to fix my problem THANKS!

    - Quezacotl
  4. Quezacotl

    Quezacotl Guest


    It didn't have my error :(

    however google shed some light I ran into a discussion about this


    they believe that it is aused by nVidia drivers, specifically video...

    I'm gonna try to change my drivers, see what that produces ...

    wish me luck

    - Quezacotl
  5. Quezacotl

    Quezacotl Guest

    yup yup yup ...

    nVidia drivers it was

    I uninstalled my nForce mb drivers, then video, reinstalled respectively and sure enough not one nv error ...

    handy site that eventid .... thanks !

    - Quezacotl