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Go to the Start Menu, then to Settings, then to the Control Panel. Go to Administrative Tools. Click on Error Log.

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i see nothing called error log in administrative tools. if its not shown, is there something i can do to enable it so i can get all the error reports?

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Go to the Start Menu, then to Settings, then to the Control Panel. Go to Administrative Tools. Click on Error Log. then open event viewer and i THINK this is what youre looking for mooseboy84

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OOOPPPSSS sorry mooseboy hope you read this in time dont click error log just event viewer

sorry CSCGAL if im wrong as im just a novice but im TRYING to help

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I am not certain if this works in XP, but my favorite tool in Windows 2000 is the compmgmt.msc tool. It will let you see all sorts of information -- logs, system information, and disks. It will also allow you to add/delete local users (assuming you have authority on the box to do so!).

Another good tool is the perfmon.msc for performance monitoring.

enjoy.

Christian

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You could also right mouse-click on 'My Computer' icon and go MANAGE
then select EVENTVIEWER. The following logs can be displayed (works in WinXP,Win2000):-

System
Application
Security

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