I have posted at but no help and haven't heard from Oculus support yet. Contacted Symantec, but they are not very helpful. I have been suffering from random restarts. The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. Tcp Listener Adapter service depends on the Net.
I suspect this issue is related to the frequent unexpected restarts that i mentioned earlier. Did this issue happen with the original battery that shipped with your T480? Be civil or your post may be removed. Otherwise, this machine will function as the authoritative time source in the domain hierarchy. Try underclocking in ~500mhz and see if your problems go away. A check of the event logs shows that the same thing happens every time. It happens that sometime when I get back to my desk, I notice a restart on my machine while it was running normally when I left it earlier. Done via the Edit Group Policy in Control Panel.
It could be a driver, malware, a virus, file corruption, a certain program running in the background, etc. I think I've dimmed it down to being one of three things. The kernel power manager has initiated a shutdown transition. The event was rumored to be happening about a month ago, and now the day is finally here. Do not see a correlation with any program I am running.
So here's how it goes down. The following user encountered this error. In fact reading the article I came to the conclusion that if I was in the audience that would be what I was thinking. This PowerCfg step though is adding anywhere from 5 to 8 minutes to the boot time. Playing around I've noticed that when I use an extension cable it turns it into 2. Otherwise, this machine will function as the authoritative time source in the domain hierarchy.
To get my hands on another 24Wh battery I would need to return this one as defectuous and wait for a replacement. The following information is part of the event: xe. In my work i have 4 computers whit the error. I checked my event logs and here who is disabling it. However, it is literally random. This error could be caused if the system stopped responding, crashed, or lost power unexpectedly.
Any help would be appreciated. Hope someone could help me. Could they be interfering with the files?. There is no machine above this machine in the domain hierarchy to use as a time source. A user has lost their 3270 session due to a non-recoverable protocol error caused by the 3270 emulator being used.
It hasn't happened again but I didn't try for a longer period of time. Try underclocking in ~500mhz and see if your problems go away. Two of their machines having the same problem sounds more like their fault then Windows 8. No temps reach 70c but what's happening is like it shutdown itself then restart. The computer has rebooted from a bugcheck. I have tried to analyze the dump file but I am not good a deciphering all of that information.
The last boot's success status was true. After it does, Windows will start the device again. You can install or repair the component on the local computer. When I see my event logs, I cant even understand what it meant. Microsoft does not guarantee the accuracy of this information. Have not installed new hw in over a year.
Hello, I hope someone would be able to help me. If it remains unstable, or becomes more unstable, that suggests the motherboard or power supply is having trouble, and increasing the power draw makes it worse. When did the problem start? How can I make it stop? Your reply is most important for us to ensure we assist you accordingly. If it's recent, you might be able to get around it with a System Restore. This typically occurs about 1-2 hours after a fresh startup after a shutdown overnight.
I normally keep my system mostly running and sometimes put it in the hibernate mode. If the event originated on another computer, the display information had to be saved with the event. Try underclocking in ~500mhz and see if your problems go away. In the last report the user told us that the error ocurred when close the screen. Whenever I'm doing something, my computer randomly restart without any notification and I don't know why.