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Filter manager causes problems with event under windows 7

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Old 13-01-2010
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Hi. I have a desktop system installed with Windows 7 as the operating system that is been installed in it. The problem is with the filter manager that is been used. It do not respond properly well under the system and makes a lot of restart of the system while in process during event. Please help me out. Thank you.

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Re: Filter manager causes problems with event under windows 7

You need to update the BIOS for your motherboard in order to work well with the process. It is that the system is not able to cope well as the Bios needs to be flashed with the latest update. You can do it from the Bios setting and make the things to work accordingly and flash the BIOS memory. Then Embed the latest update in it. This shall help you to make the filter manager to respond normally
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Re: Filter manager causes problems with event under windows 7

As your system gets restarted automatically it can be resolved by following the steps as follows:

* Go to the My computer and right click on it.
* Go to the properties option and open it up.
* Now select the advanced system settings and then under that choose settings.
* Choose Startup and recovery.
* Uncheck the automatically restart option.
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Re: Filter manager causes problems with event under windows 7

Run a clean boot in order to make the things to work better. It can be done by the steps mentioned as below:

1) Go to the start button and click on it.
2) Now type Msconfig on the run command by opening it.
3) On the general tab option choose the selective startup.
4) Hide all Microsoft services.
5) Disable them all.
6) Restart the system.
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Re: Filter manager causes problems with event under windows 7

The event can be log can be stabilized. All you need to do is to Go to the start menu option and then type eventvwr in the search box of the start menu bar. Hit enter. Now save the file by right clicking on the application tool and save it as in the popup window. Now to choose the desktop icon input the application in the file name and then save it. Now do the same by right clicking on the system and save it as sys. Locate the log files on desktop.
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Re: Filter manager causes problems with event under windows 7

Clean boot is the remedy for the thing that could make the things to work for you well. After it has been done then just make the thing to work. Check out if it works fine for you then. After it has been done then check out for the thing if it persists. Also then try to execute it under safe mode. This should make the make the thing to function well for you then.
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