Windows Log Files: Find and Read Log Files

If something goes wrong in Windows, after a little or big update or after each BSOD, το πρόβλημα καταγράφεται στα log files του λειτουργικού σας. Τα αρχεία καταγραφής (log files) θα σας δείξουν τον κωδικό τος που δημιούργησε το σύστημά σας.

So if you're trying to figure out what's wrong and malfunctioning o log files can show you valuable information. When you know him anymore error code you can very simply run a search on search engine you use to discover possible solutions.

Below we will see how to find and read Windows error logs.

First of all, there are many different types of bugs in Windows. So the log files for each of these log files are sorted differently.

For example, if you are trying to install a new version of Windows 10 and the installation is not proceeding, you should look at the following path on your disk: (or via the command prompt during installation).


If you want to go back to an earlier version for Windows, (Windows 10 or Windows 7), the log will be located in the following path:

$ windows. ~ bt \ Sources \ Rollback

If you tried to install a plug and play device, such as a speaker or a wired headset, and you can't do it, the error log will go to the following path (use Run or directly File .)

% WINDIR% \ Inf \ Setupapi * .log

To see the memory errors, enter the following path in the RUN dialog box or in the File Explorer location bar.

% WINDIR% \ Memory.dmp

The error logs from the Sysprep command are located on the following path

% WINDIR% \ System32 \ Sysprep \ Panther

How can you read the logs

Error files are saved with the .log or .dmp file extension.

.Dmp files are memory dump files and can be read easily with a free Nirosoft tool called BlueScreenView. Alternatively, you can use it WinDbg.

.Log files can be opened with Notepad. But if you try to read it in Notepad you will have a lot of difficulty because of its size. You might want to turn off word wrapping. Each error is accompanied by a date, and an error code with the corresponding description.
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